Space Unicorn by Steven Rhodes It's a great time to be a science fiction fan, because with all the new sci-fi franchises being created and all our old favorites coming back better than ever we'll never run out of great stuff to watch...Show More Summary
Those calling it slavery fan fiction are ignoring the long, nuanced tradition of articles and films that wonder what would have happened if the South had won. The post In Defense of HBO’s Counterfactual ‘Confederate’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
If there’s any proof that fan fiction has power, it’s the mystifying success of the Fifty Shades of Grey series. Its two leads have been launched into stardom (at least, Dakota Johnson kind of has), the movie soundtracks have jumpedShow More Summary
The attorney representing a student who wants to bring white nationalist Richard Spencer to Michigan State University has a history of encouraging a race war, that includes writing stories and novels featuring ultra-violent clashes. According to the Daily Beast, attorney Kyle Bristow is...
Shane Abbess' The Osiris Child is an original story, but according to star Kellan Lutz, the film shows a deep love for classic science fiction properties that should get fans very excited.
Welcome to The Water Cooler, a weekly feature where the /Film staff is free to go off-topic and talk about everything except the movies and TV shows they normally write about. In this edition: Hoai-Tran delights in new information on...Show More Summary
When the planned series was announced, the backlash came quickly. Roxane Gay called it "slavery fan fiction," and many observers argued that, post-Charlottesville, as one put it, "we've already seen episode one of Confederate." Yet, as Gavriel D. Rosenfeld reminds us, there have already been several Civil War counterfactuals, and they're by no means all […]
If you're a writer and you know Women’s Fiction is for you, here are five tips for crafting a good story that any fan of women's fiction will enjoy. The post 5 Excellent Tips on Writing Women’s Fiction appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
It's been a wild week. For those of you who have not been keeping up with the never-ending saga of Handbook For Mortals, a book that scammed its way to the top of the New York Times YA Bestseller List,...
Half-Life's lead writer has published a work of "fan fiction" with details on how a group of heroes traveled to Antarctica to find a lost research vessel named the Hyperborea. It's totally not the plot of Half-Life 2, Episode 3. Nope. Nothing to see here. The post Half-Life’s Lead Writer Shares Details on How Episode III Would Have Ended appeared first on ExtremeTech.
"Enjoyable fan fiction"? The post Are you ready for … Kasich/Hickenlooper 2020? appeared first on Hot Air.
Stephen Burt writes about the history and allure of fan fiction, and reviews Francesca Coppa’s book “The Fanfiction Reader.”
What makes Elon Musk tick? What will the grid look like in 2030? This week, we (re)answer both of those questions. We're featuring a couple of our favorite podcast segments for your summer listening enjoyment. First up, a 2015 Energy...Show More Summary
In an age of alternative facts, “fan fiction” about celebrities (living and dead) has become more popular.
With the delays and teases that Brand New fans had to endure, the anticipation for this album was through the roof. That makes it even more remarkable that Science Fiction is an effortlessly enjoyable, intense listen. Continue readi...
Brand New just mailed out mysterious CDs to fans, and it might be their new album and might be called 'Science Fiction.' Continue reading…
Some science fiction (sf) fans have taken offense at my claim that non-fiction analysis of future tech scenarios can be more accurate than sf scenarios, whose authors have other priorities. So I may periodically critique recent sf stories with ems … Continue reading ?
Hundreds of Game of Thrones fanatics gather every week at Professor Thoms in New York to watch the show, exchange theories, and catch up on the fictional world of Westeros.
Some Star Wars fans were elated when George Lucas sold the company and fictional universe he had created to Disney back in 2012, mostly because of his close association with the prequel trilogy
If you’ve been writing up some steamy Game of Thrones and Star Wars crossover fan fiction, this video very well might be up your alley. One fan by the name of Omid G. decided to edit the amicable, yet badass contest of arms between Arya and Brienne from the episode The Spoils of War by adding ... More »