Column by Emmanuel Nataf
Da-da-dum, the International Booker Winner has been announced, and you haven't even read the shortlist. Don’t worry: this post is here to help.
Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
Happy Birthday to one of the most influential American woman writers.
Interview by Tyler Jones
Jeremy Robert Johnson talks writing habits and his weird new novel, 'The Loop.'
Column by Emmanuel Nataf May 26, 2020
Another drumroll, please — the Nebula Awards are almost upon us! Here's a breakdown of all the categories in a quick and easy cheat sheet.
Column by BH Shepherd March 31, 2020
A review of the Star Trek spinoff featuring Jean-Luc Picard.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
An overview of the work of Ursula K. Le Guin, which explored new frontiers and broke new ground in science fiction and fantasy.
Review by Christopher Shultz
Blake Crouch's latest novel is a perfectly balanced thriller that will both entertain you and bend your mind into a pretzel.
Column by BH Shepherd November 17, 2017
A comparative look at the two new shows trying to carry on the Star Trek legacy.
Column by Justin Hunter
You've heard of 'The Martian,' right? Read the book, seen the movie? Well, the novel was written by Andy Weir, and you should be more like him.
A Conversation with Nik Korpon on 'Blade Runner,' Audiobook Pronunciation, and His New Novel 'The Rebellion's Last Traitor'Interview by Rob Hart
In Nik Korpon's latest, memory is a commodity bought, sold, and experienced like a drug. He talks a bit about 'The Rebellion's Last Traitor,' the first in a series at Angry Robot Books.
Column by Peter Derk February 3, 2017
Why do we keep writing the same time travel stories, and how can we change?
Review by BH Shepherd
A concise review of "Last Year" by Robert Charles Wilson.
Column by Nathan Scalia April 6, 2016
The official LitReactor community update for April 2016.
Column by Rajan Khanna December 17, 2015
Rajan Khanna looks at storytelling lessons from 'Star Wars' Episodes 4-6.
Column by Christopher Shultz June 4, 2015
Alex Garland's directorial debut isn't just science fiction, it's also film noir. While this pairing isn't new, the femme fatale definitely is.
Column by Daniel Hope November 21, 2014
'Looking Backward' purports to tell the state of America in the year 2000. It's wildly inaccurate, but it's still worth a read.
Column by Daniel Hope November 11, 2014
A look at the origins and history of space opera, which is a subgenre of science fiction.
Column by Daniel Hope February 17, 2014
A list of the types of science fiction punk genres, starting at cyberpunk and working our way to absurdity.
Column by Ben Umstead August 2, 2013
10 Stories by Ray Bradbury that Would Make Great Movies. 'Nuff Said.
Column by BH Shepherd June 4, 2013
While it bears the brand of a franchise best known for being about exploring the unknown, the latest installment from Abrams is content to boldly go where many movies have gone before.
News by Christopher Shultz May 20, 2013
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
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
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
Celebrate this Groundhog Day the way Punxsutawney Phil intended: with a list of the best time loop books!
News by Rob Hart February 1, 2013
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...