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Book Review: ‘The Lodger’ by Louisa Treger


Out of a mundane life and an affair with upcoming author H.G. Wells, Dorothy Richardson makes her way to literary fame in the midst of the suffragette movement in this historical novel. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Graphic Classics: H.G. Wells,’ Edited by Tom Pomplun


A reissued version of Tom Pomplun's classic comics set offers two fresh adaptations of classic Wells works. Read More »

Time Change – We All Time Travel Whether We Want to Or Not

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Our worries about time are a pressing human need to control that which is out of bounds. Read More »

From Gilgamesh to the Moon and Beyond: The Enduring Geekdom of Science Fiction


Science fiction is metaphor for a troubled world and a medium to give expression to the apprehensions we all feel as we advance into the unknown. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘American Experience: War of the Worlds’


The PBS American Experience documentary about Orson Welles' famous War of the Worlds radio broadcast gives a fascinating analysis of how the 1938 Halloween prank managed to panic a large number of Americans. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Things to Come’ (The Criterion Collection)

The Space Gun featured in the climax of H.G. Wells' Things to Come (1936)

The new Criterion Blu-ray is probably the best we'll ever see this problematic science fiction epic. Read More »

Book Review: The Map of the Sky by Felix J. Palma

Did H.G. Wells really believe that Martians could invade England? Read More »

Book Review: The First Men in the Moon by H.G. Wells

Bedford meets Dr. Cavor, who developed an anti-gravity material, and together they go to the moon Read More »

Book Review: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells

Wells' classic story about an insane anti-hero, written before insane anti-heroes became popular. Read More »

Book Review: A Man of Parts by David Lodge

David Lodge gives us H.G. Wells in the flesh, and then some. Read More »