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Worldcon 2012, Part 2

The second of several long days at Chicon 7, the 70th World Science Fiction Convention. Read More »

Hugo Award Winners Announced

The world's most prestigious science fiction and fantasy award announces its winners at Worldcon. Read More »

Worldcon 2012, Part 1

An exhausted fan recounts a convention's first day. Read More »

Worldcon, Here I Come!

A Blogcritics writer plunges into five days of geekery and writes about it. Read More »

Book Review: Oscar Wilde and the Vatican Murders by Gyles Brandreth

The game is afoot for Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, on a case infused with secrets and secret passageways, ambitions and manipulations. Read More »

A First Look at Martin Firrell’s Metascifi

Martin Firrell releases a first look at his science fiction-based project and chats with Blogcritics about what to expect. Read More »

Interview: Amy Thomas, Author of The Detective and the Woman: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes

A chat with Baker Street Babe, Sherlockian, and author Amy Thomas. Read More »

Book Review: The Detective and the Woman: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes by Amy Thomas

A story of Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler, The Detective and the Woman winds believably through a beautiful setting interspersed with historical figures. Read More »

Book Review: London Unfurled by Matteo Pericoli

Gorgeously illustrated, London Unfurled is a work of art that both depicts and replicates the banks of London's Thames River. Read More »

TV Review: Great PerformancesFaust

A sublime staging of a sublime opera. Read More »