Many fans of the iconic BBC science fiction program Doctor Who have Christopher Eccleston to thank for turning them into proper Whovians. Eccleston played the ninth incarnation of the Doctor during the first series of the show’s revival. Show More Summary
I know in the Venn diagram of “science fiction lovers” and “classic Greek and Roman literature,” there’s not exactly a ton of overlap. But for those like myself who are fans of both, or for those who enjoy taking a more scholarly examination of scifi, have I got a book for you. Read more...
The Hugo Awards are over, and the result was a dramatic rejection of the two “Puppies” campaigns to pack the ballot with a narrow selection of authors. But what does it all mean, and what happens now? Some of science fiction and fantasy’s leading lights have been offering their opinions. Read more...
Good news for the people of fictional Chester's Mill is bad news for fans of "Under the Dome."
By Alex Schmidt Published: September 01st, 2015
True Game of Thrones aficionados know that King's Landing, Winterfell and Astapor are actually locations in Croatia, Scotland and Morocco. The show uses locations all around the world to create its fictional landscape, and Northern Ireland has played a recurring role in the series. Show More Summary
Orange Is the New Black, The Fosters, Sense8, Pretty Little Liars, Glee, and more! The post Fan Fiction Friday: 15 Multi-Fandom Love Stories Featuring Queer Women of Color appeared first on Autostraddle.
Short version: To benefit Con or Bust, a charity which helps fans of color attend science fiction and fantasy conventions, I will make an audio version of John Scalzi Is Not A Very Popular Author And I Myself Am Quite Popular: How SJWs Always Lie About Our Comparative Popularity Levels, a parody of an actual book […]
Vampire Diaries fans at Comic-Con were given the ultimate fan fiction treat when the show's creative team shared a video of Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Kai (Chris Wood) re-creating the show's famous Delena rain kiss. And we got WoodShow More Summary
. . . and people who don’t know Blackford yet, but love exciting historical espionage fiction. One of the many amazing facts about the late Bill Buckley is that, with all the politics, journalism, music, socializing, and what have you, he found the time to become an accomplished writer of spy novels. Show More Summary
In the release notes for a recent update to Yahoo's Tumblr blogging app for the iPhone and iPad, the company did something a little...different. Where usually, the release notes include a list of changes to the app (or at least the frustratingly...Show More Summary
We talk to the editor of Solo about fan fiction, fantasy, and dismantling the teenage dream.
After a group of fans tried to guarantee a whiter, more male slate, the big Hugos instead went to "No Winner." The post Who Won Science Fiction’s Hugo Awards, and Why It Matters appeared first on WIRED.
Chinese sci-fi fans rejoice! Liu Cixin author of The Three-Body Problem just took home the most prestigious science fiction award in the world. Winning the Hugo Award for Best Novel, becoming the first Chinese author to do so. [ more › ]
Most of the critical discussion on Sonic Dreams Collection up until this point has been largely focused on it as an unexpectedly odd curio, and with good reason. An unusual mix of Sonic fan fiction crossed with Don't Hug Me I'm Scared,...Show More Summary
Sex and the City fans will recall that Samantha Jones knows her vibrators. Or, as the show's fictional Sharper Image employee calls them in that iconic 2002 episode, "neck massagers." Soon after Samantha extolled the virtues of the Magic Wand, the Hitachi Magic Wand skyrocketed in popularity. Show More Summary
I've seen a lot of great stuff in the past few years as I've trawled the World Wide Web for the best content. I've seen fan fiction, fan films, fan games - but as a calling card for an independe...
Whether it’s a collection of small tales from a single artist and a compilation of chaotic minds under a thematic bill, horror short fiction collections are no stranger to fright fans. However, few ever get into the territory as Grey Matter Press’ SAVAGE BEASTS, which derives its scary stories under the guiding light of macabre […]
We’ve spent five seasons exploring the land of Westeros with our favorite (and least favorite) characters on Game of Thrones, but what would it be like to actually visit George R.R. Martin’s fictional world? One fan got to find out when he was cast as an extra for the infamous Purple Wedding scene in season four. Show More Summary