Kelly Cipera has been a bookworm from a very early age, discovering the fantasy genre in the 7th grade by reading The Smallest Dragonboy by Anne McCaffrey during an English class. After that it was too late; science fiction and fantasy became insatiable habits helped along by her father. Married to a rocket scientist, she now lives in Virginia and continues to read voraciously.
Get Well Gamers is an organization that furnishes children's hospitals with video game consoles and games. Having spent some time in the hospital as a youth, founder Ryan Sharpe experienced firsthand the benefits video games have in recuperation and, Read More
Sometimes you don't have to go as far as the science fiction section to find stories of alternate realities. Sometimes you just have to know where to look right here on Earth. Strange Telescopes takes the reader into Post-Soviet Russia, where some Read More
Diva might not be the brightest crayon in the box, but she sets out to be nice (much to her parents’ chagrin) and fair, even though she is a devil. I was able to talk to the creators of Evil Diva, Brinson Thieme, Joe Cashman, and Peter Menotti, about Read More
The first issue piqued my interest and the second issue kept me reading. This looks like it's going to be a great comic for folks who like action mixed with mythology with strong characters throughout. The Anchor is a must read. Read More
Now, I will be the first to admit that I am not usually a horror/suspense fan, but Audrey's Door definitely had some aspects about it I liked very much. However, I found the story overall a little lacking. Audrey's Door had potential, but it didn't deliver. Read More
Free Geek takes in used computers, computer parts, peripherals, and accessories for computers, trains people how to fix them up, and then sells them back to the community at rock-bottom prices so that people who may not have been able to afford a Read More
Having read quite a bit of books with a supernatural bent, this was a refreshing twist. In fact, I would say that "refreshing" is the perfect word to describe Soulless. It was absolutely enjoyable and the voice of the story is engaging and fun. Read More
Jack Dann's vision is one of the most intense and thought provoking reads I have had the pleasure of reading in a long time. In a time peppered with pop fiction and fads, this tale can stand the test of time. Even 25 years later, it doesn't feel dated Read More
Earlier we explored 10 Science Fiction Pulps that were significant to their genre, but fantasy needs its due as well. By exposing new audiences to the genre and new authors to the field, they are one of the many stepping stones the genre has had to take Read More
We start the second issue of Salem's Daughter with Anna Williams behind bars. This issue, in my opinion, could best be described as a setup issue. Not much forward momentum of the plot occurred, but it set up what could be some interesting interactions Read More
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