Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: genetic engineering

Tag Archives: genetic engineering

Interview: H. Peter Alesso, Author of ‘Lieutenant Henry Gallant’

lieutenant henry gallant

"Getting the hero into trouble is as much the author’s job, as getting him out of it." Read More »

Interview with Deborah Rix, author of ‘External Forces’

External Forces 7

"I alienated some friends, ignored my family for long stretches of time, and sometimes forgot to take the kids to school. It’s the best thing I’ve ever done." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Adopted Son’ by Dominic Peloso


A new form of civil rights movement, involving possible alien invasion, where love and peace or racism and war are the possible outcome. Read More »

Book Review: Wither (The Chemical Garden Trilogy) by Lauren DeStefano

Wither explores an alternate world where the human species is endangered when a genetic engineering experiment goes wrong. Read More »

Interview with Christine Amsden, author of The Immortality Virus

At the age of 16, the author was diagnosed with Stargardt’s Disease, a condition that causes a loss of central vision. Read More »

Can GMO Food Be Organic?

A mother searches for the answer. Read More »

Book Review: Generosity: An Enhancement by Richard Powers

Award-winning novelist Richard Powers explores whether happiness is a matter of genetics and, if so, the potential ramifications. Read More »

Book Review: The Dragon Factory by Jonathan Maberry

Joe Ledger's DMS operatives face a Nazi ethnic cleansing plot. Read More »

Book Book Review: How to Defeat Your Own Clone by Kyle Kurpinski and Terry D. Johnson

Will you know how to defend yourself when your clone comes to get you? Read More »

The Danger of Genetically Engineered Food

"Building a better tomorrow..." with viruses, bacteria, and by mutating Mother Nature. Read More »