Column by Ryan Peverly March 20, 2014
'Tis the first day of Spring, but today also marks a "holiday" many are unaware of: Extraterrestrial Abduction Day. In celebration, let's examine the impact of little green men on fiction and culture.
News by Sean May
Harlan Ellison's controversial 1967 Star Trek teleplay, 'City on the Edge of Forever,' is getting the graphic novel treatment, this time uncensored.
Column by Rajan Khanna February 28, 2014
On the occasion of his 40th birthday, columnist Rajan Khanna looks at 40 novels that had a significant effect on him as a reader and writer.
Column by Rajan Khanna February 13, 2014
In honor of Valentine's Day we look at some queer relationships in science fiction and fantasy books.
Column by Daniel Hope February 7, 2014
A list of science fiction novels that also make good romance novels. Or maybe it's the other way around.
Column by Nathan Scalia January 15, 2014
Everything you need to know about aliens, the biological definition of life, and SCIENCE!
News by Nathan Scalia January 15, 2014
Gillian Anderson, famously known for her work on 'the X-Files', will be co-writing a science fiction series to be published under Simon451, a new imprint from Simon & Schuster.
Column by Rajan Khanna January 10, 2014
We look at some of the tired, old tropes of Science Fiction & Fantasy and what fresh, new takes could replace them.
News by Nathan Scalia January 6, 2014
In 1964, science fiction author Isaac Asimov made a few predictions about what the world would look like fifty years later. Did he get it right?
Column by Rajan Khanna January 6, 2014
A look at some of the best science fiction & fantasy moments of 2013.
News by Dean Fetzer
A team of science fiction fanatics have plans for a new museum in downtown D.C. in 2017, with a “preview” museum opening in 2015.
Column by Christopher Shultz December 10, 2013
For an offbeat, weird, macabre and twisted holiday, look no further than this list.
Column by Rajan Khanna November 26, 2013
Orson Scott Card isn't the only controversial figure in Science Figure and Fantasy. We take a look at a few more.
Column by Daniel Hope November 13, 2013
Books you'll find at the intersection of the literary and science fiction genres.
Column by Rajan Khanna November 7, 2013
In honor of the release of 'Thor: The Dark World,' we take a look at science fiction stories that draw on mythology for inspiration.
Column by Daniel Hope October 31, 2013
A critical look at the rumor that 'Ender's Game' is a ripoff of 'The Dueling Machine', and a discussion of what creativity and originality means.
Column by Rajan Khanna October 21, 2013
Horror is one of the most versatile genres—despite its ability to scare, it plays well with others. We look at some of these combinations.
Column by Rajan Khanna September 27, 2013
In honor of the ending of 'Breaking Bad,' a list of characters from science fiction and fantasy who started out as good guys but ended up as villains.
Column by Daniel Hope September 13, 2013
Guess the Plot: We guess the plot of a book based solely on what we can glean from the cover, then compare our guess with an actual summary of the book. In this case: 'The Last Starship from Earth.'
Column by Rajan Khanna September 6, 2013
Hollywood science fiction movies haven't exactly been great lately. We take a look at why that might be.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky September 3, 2013
A review, overview, and critical analysis of the speculative trilogy, all rolled up into one.
News by Dean Fetzer
With the annual announcement of the awards that are voted on by a selection of the public, the question arises as to whether it’s just a “beauty contest”.
Column by Rajan Khanna August 23, 2013
In the past 20 or so years, the Star Wars Expanded Universe—encompassing books, games, comics and more—has put out a bewildering number of releases. These are the ones to pay attention to.
Column by Rajan Khanna August 19, 2013
Ursula K. Le Guin's novel, "The Left Hand of Darkness," is not just a great science fiction novel, it is one of the first major works in the field to address issues of gender. We take a look why.