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Interview: Shaun Penney, Author of ‘The Death of Eve’

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'Everything I write comes from listening and writing music. Movie scores, industrial, symphonic metal, and just about anything that puts the image in my mind.' Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Elephantmen’ by Richard Starkings

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Classic science fiction in every sense of the word. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Her

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A truly great love story because of how real the situations and character reactions are. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Lock In’ by John Scalzi

Lock In by John Scalzi

Scalzi's new sci-fi novel is set in a near-future world that feels full of verisimilitude and yet full of interesting ideas and unique creations. Read More »

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

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

Magazine Review: ‘Ares’

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Ares Magazine brings together the best of Golden Age pulp storytelling, eye-catching art, and modern indie board games. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Eyes Behold Tomorrow’

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A story that takes us into the heart of the great frontier known as space. Read More »

Interview: Donna Galanti, Author of ‘A Hidden Element’

"Let go – of your ego that is. Accept constructive criticism and be open to improving your writing."

"To succeed you cannot think your writing is perfect or that first draft is perfect or that your story can’t change." Read More »

Movie Review: Luc Besson’s ‘Lucy’

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As Einstein so poignantly said, “Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity – and I’m not sure about the former.” And that just about sums up this movie. Read More »

North American Science Fiction Convention: Day 2

Jeff Sturgeon's "Ruins on Talos 3," a version of which I obtained.

3D printing, starship management, and the magic of science in Detroit. Read More »