Halloween is just one day away, so it's only natural that this week I'm highlighting some of the best fandom-related Jack-O-Lanterns around. Did you carve a fandom-related pumpkin this year? Feel free to share in the comments! Read More
NaNoWriMo, which stands for National Novel Writing Month, is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year! Taking place during the month of November, the goal is to write a novel 50,000 words long (or 175 pages). Read More
In high school at one point I was given an option of several books on which to do a book report, and being the science fiction fan that I was even then, I of course picked Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles. Read More
Are we alone out there? If the universe is infinitely vast, we can't possibly be the only intelligent life out there. Can we? This has long been the question and a point of speculation for scientists and science fiction writers alike. Read More
Space opera within science fiction as a genre is really a lot like the red headed step child. It popularized science fiction in the 1920's and 1930's, but it is scorned by most die hard science fiction lovers. Read More
Howdy folks! This is the third installment of the exciting October releases. I had to break up what was going to be part 3 into a part 3 and 4 just because there are so many great books coming out! Read More
One cannot learn about Space Operas without hearing about E.E. "Doc" Smith and Lee Hawkins Garby's The Skylark of Space. This might not only be one of the earliest examples of the subgenre, but also one of the earliest examples of space travel to other Read More
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