News by Christopher Shultz May 20, 2013 (1) comments
Some new and familiar faces took home the SFWA's top honors over the weekend. Let's find out who.
Column by BH Shepherd May 16, 2013 (1) comments
Sure, everyone knows about Khan and his wrath, but who are the other all time greats of Star Trek villainy?
News by Jessica Taylor February 15, 2013 (2) comments
Have you gotten in on the excitement of our sci-fi writing challenge? Find out what you're missing, where to start, and why you want to do this!
Column by Meredith Borders February 1, 2013 (9) comments
Celebrate this Groundhog Day the way Punxsutawney Phil intended: with a list of the best time loop books!
News by Rob W. Hart February 1, 2013 (3) comments
Our sci-fi writing challenge is open to submissions! Get 'em in! Read some stuff! And meet some of the authors who've offered to read and critique the top-rated stories...
News by Rob W. Hart January 2, 2013 (85) comments
Our horror fiction challenge is in the bag. Time to switch genres... Announcing 'Teleport Us' - LitReactor's Second Writing Challenge! New rules. New genre. New prizes!
News by Kimberly Turner September 14, 2012 (2) comments
Harper Voyager, HarperCollins's sci-fi and fantasy imprint, will hold an open call for manuscripts to discover talented new authors from October 1-14. Are they looking for you?
Column by Jon Korn August 10, 2012 (3) comments
Does the remake of the adaptation live up to its source material? Like Philip K. Dick's stuff wasn't meta enough already... Start the LitReactor!
News by Kimberly Turner
A new Brooklyn-based bookstore is giving forgotten, out-of-print Sci-Fi books a second chance by tracking down their copyright holders and creating free or low-cost digital versions.
News by Rob W. Hart June 29, 2012 (15) comments
Kim Kardashian's younger sisters are teaming up to write a young adult science fiction novel set 200 years in the future. Wait, what?
Column by Rajan Khanna June 8, 2012 (7) comments
A personal tribute to Ray Bradbury.
Column by Jon Korn May 25, 2012 (5) comments
From superintelligent spaceships to existential spray cans, Sci-Fi is all about the gear. Jon Korn geeks out over his favorites.
Column by Jon Korn
Jon Korn explores some of the worst prognostication in the history of Science Fiction. Did a comic novel from 1972 accurately predict what the world of 2002 would look like? No, no it did not.
News by Kimberly Turner May 11, 2012 (6) comments
'From The Dust Returned' is the latest Ray Bradbury book to be picked up by Hollywood. Film adaptations of Bradbury's Martian Chronicles, Illustrated Man, and Dandelion Wine are already in the works.
Column by Jon Korn May 7, 2012 (12) comments
A new round of LitReactor's favorite game! Jon Korn challenges you to figure out the plot of an old science-fiction novel based solely on its crazy cover.
Column by Jon Korn April 27, 2012 (5) comments
Armageddon time! Just in time for 2012, Jon Korn chooses his favorite apocalypses from science fiction.
Column by Jon Korn April 12, 2012 (8) comments
There are good songs, there are great songs, and then there are songs that reference Kurt Vonnegut. Jon Korn explores science fiction influenced music.
Column by Jon Korn April 3, 2012 (7) comments
Jon Korn asks LitReactor readers to come up with their own plot for four science-fiction novels based soley on their crazy covers. Come for the monkeys, stay for the polyamory.
Column by Jon Korn March 20, 2012 (11) comments
As the new guy around the site, Jon Korn introduces himself via the favorite medium of everyone from David Letterman to Yahweh- science fiction.
Column by Jon Korn March 9, 2012 (4) comments
Can Edgar Rice Burroughs' hundred-year-old classic stand up to a new 3D adaptation from the director of WALL-E? Does a white-ape poop in the mantalia groves? Jon Korn has some answers.
News by Rob W. Hart
Sci-fi author Harry Turtledove agrees to spoil the outcome of his alternate history series to a fan who has terminal cancer and won't live to finish it.
News by Hanna Brooks Olsen January 30, 2012 (2) comments
In 1962, the world met Meg and Charles Wallace, learned to tesseract, and, in many cases, realized that they loved sci-fi. 'A Wrinkle In Time' is turning 50--and the internet is celebrating.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky December 2, 2011 (19) comments
Fantasy novelist Piers Anthony has written close to 150 books in his lifetime. As a whole, his body of work reveals a more than passing interest in child sexuality. Is he enlightened or just creepy?
News by Rob W. Hart November 23, 2011 (2) comments
Fantasy novelist Anne McCaffrey, who started writing as a protest against "absurd and unrealistic" portrayals of women in science-fiction, has died at the age of 85.