In this article, sci-fi authors remember the first genre books they read. Can you remember yours? I can't. http://t.co/SFLHG6ck5k
Just saw that a new website has been set up to promote L. Ron Hubbard book, Battlefield Earth. The news comes from a press release...
If science fiction had a Mount Rushmore, I'd nominate Heinlein, Asimov, Clarke and Bradbury. Who would you immortalize?
Tis the season for best-of-the-year lists. Here are The Telegraph’s choices for best #scifi and fantasy books for 2012. http://t.co/VSn2RkIY
Here’s how we imagined life on other planets, back in the day. (As illustrated by Frank R. Paul). http://t.co/YdjMOfi1
Sad to hear that Harry Harrison has passed away. I first read “Make Room, Make Room” after seeing Soylent Green as a teen. But I...
The final nominees for the 2016 Hugo Awards have been named, although not without controversy. https://t.co/jkRGeZeUDz
I didn't realize that Ancillary Justice is the first science fiction book to win the Hugo, Nebula and Clarke in the same year. I’m just...
This year's Hugo nominees are stirring up some controversy, which is nothing new, but it is even more than usual. http://t.co/AQtzL6wKXn
The number of Star Trek novels is staggering. This flow chart attempts to make sense of it with a reading order: http://t.co/N6A6J44Jg4