Muttonchops and Robots: An Isaac Asimov Primer

Column by Daniel Hope August 12, 2013
Isaac Asimov is so much more than a set of incredible muttonchops. He's one of the greatest science fiction writers ever. Here's why you should give him a try.

Tigers and Telepaths: An Alfred Bester Primer

Column by Rajan Khanna
Get to know the works of Alfred Bester, an often overlooked but influential sci-fi writer.

Iron Giants: A Big Robot Top 10

Column by Rajan Khanna July 19, 2013
With the release of Pacific Rim this month, we take a look at 10 of the best giant robots of cinema, television and literature.
Orson Scott Card Ender's Boycott

Orson Scott Card Defends Against Ender's Game Boycott

News by Nathan Scalia July 11, 2013
Orson Scott Card has released a statement responding to a boycott campaign of the "Ender's Game" film.

The Sleeper Must Awaken: A Dune Primer

Column by Rajan Khanna June 28, 2013
Dune is one of the best novels ever written. Find out why.

Wasteland Gems: Fiction's Post-Apocalyptic Top 10

Column by Rajan Khanna June 18, 2013
Post-apocalyptic fiction is perhaps more popular today than it's even been. Here are ten of the best examples.

Behold The Unfilmable: Hyperion Cantos

Column by Erik Wecks May 22, 2013
The Hyperion Cantos is a fantastic work of Science Fiction, but it would be a disaster if it were made into a film.
Arthur C. Clarke Award all-male shortlist

All-Male Shortlist for Arthur C. Clarke Award Announced

News by Dean Fetzer
In another strange turn, the shortlist for this year's award, ”chosen by a panel comprised mostly of women,” is exclusively male.
Iain M. Banks Losing His Battle With Cancer

Iain M. Banks Losing His Battle With Cancer

News by Christopher Shultz April 4, 2013
With less than a year to live, the author plans to retire, spend time with family, and travel.
Seanan McGuire gets record five Hugo nominations

Hugo Awards Nominee Seanan McGuire Nominated a Record Five Times

News by Dean Fetzer April 1, 2013
After hearing she’d been nominated for science fiction’s most prestigious prize – 5 times – the author admitted she ‘cried a lot’.
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The End of the Reviewing Period for 'Teleport Us' is Nigh!

News by Jessica Taylor
The dealine for reviews is April 1st! Be sure to get in as many as possible before it's too late. Did I mention there are prizes involved?
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Teleport Us: Hitting The Halfway Point, Plus Announcing More Prizes For Readers and Writers!

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!
'The Man in the High Castle' for SyFy

Ridley Scott to Produce Philip K. Dick's 'The Man in the High Castle' for SyFy

News by Christopher Shultz February 14, 2013
The 'Blade Runner' director plans to bring us another Dick-adapted vision of the future, this time on the small screen.

The Magic of Christmas: An Advent Calendar of Fantasy Fiction

Column by Rajan Khanna December 5, 2012
Christmas has been the inspiration for many fantasy short stories. Here are 24, one for each day leading up to Christmas.
10 Questions With Jeff Noon

10 Questions With Channel SK1N Author Jeff Noon

Interview by Joshua Chaplinsky October 11, 2012
We go ten rounds with the prodigal son of sci-fi/speculative/cyber-punk, Jeff Noon.
'The Angel's Kiss' by Melody Malone now Available

Melody Malone's Detective Novel From 'Doctor Who' Now Available As An eBook

News by Rob Hart October 8, 2012
In 'The Angels Take Manhattan,' a major plot device for the episode is a book written by one of the characters--and that book (or at least, a version of it) is now available to purchase.
'Moby Dick In Space' Movie

'Moby Dick In Space' Movie Gets Some Much-Needed Support

News by Rob Hart October 3, 2012
Lynne Ramsay, director of 'We Need to Talk About Kevin', has procured funding for 'Mobius', a sci-fi take on Herman Melville's classic novel.
"Channel Sk1n" by Jeff Noon

Jeff Noon's First New Novel In 10 Years Has Already Been Available For Over A Month-- What The Hell?!?!

News by Joshua Chaplinsky September 21, 2012
'Channel Sk1n', Jeff Noon's first new novel in 10 years, is available now.

Indie Bookstore Spotlight: Dark Carnival, Berkeley, CA

Column by Jon Korn September 11, 2012
A look at Dark Carnival, Berkeley, CA's beloved "Bookstore of the Imagination."
2012 Hugo Award Winners Announced

2012 Hugo Award Winners Announced

News by Benoît Lelièvre September 5, 2012
This year's winners of the famed Hugo Award were announced this week at the 70th World Science Fiction convention.

Comics Crossover: Science Fiction Gets Inked Up

Column by Jon Korn
You got your Science Fiction in my comics! You got your comics in my Science Fiction! (Jon Korn explores the awesome results.)

Philip K. Dick: A Primer

Column by Jon Korn July 25, 2012
With a 'Total Recall' remake about to hit theaters - and more adaptations in the pipeline - it's time to learn more about the man behind the replicants.

A 'Bot Bestiary: The Robotic Tradition In Science Fiction

Column by Jon Korn July 13, 2012
Science Fiction abounds with robots, androids, cyborgs, and mechs of every stripe. Jon Korn breaks down some of his favorites.

The Prometheus Effect: Examining The Film's Literary Ancestry

Column by Jon Korn June 14, 2012
While arguments about Prometheus rage across the internet, Jon Korn looks at some of the science fiction classics that inspired it.