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Blogs about Science fiction books

16 blogs about Science fiction books.

  1. 70s Sci-Fi Art
    “Art. Sci-fi art. From the 70s.” By Adam Rowe. 🇺🇸

    Happy Sci-fi Dolphin Saturday! Here’s Cassie morphing into...
    Happy Sci-fi Dolphin Saturday! Here’s Cassie morphing into one for David B Mattingly’s 1996 cover to “Animorphs #4: The Message” by K. A. Applegate. Check out his site over here.
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  2. Charlie's Diary
    “Being the blog of Charles Stross, author, and occasional guests.” 🇬🇧

    Pushing it back
    (On vacation this month, hence lack of blogging ...) Apparently archaeologists have discovered the eearliest known wooden structure in Kalambo Falls, Zambia: two cut logs bearing tool marks that were shaped and joined to form …
    By Charlie Stross, 734 words

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  3. Christopher L. Bennett: Written Worlds
    “An author's journal.” 🇺🇸

    Thoughts on GAMERA -Rebirth- (spoilers)
    Gamera review index The second animated kaiju series currently on Netflix is GAMERA -Rebirth- (Gamera Ribāsu), the first released Gamera production since Gamera the Brave in 2006. It’s produced by ENGI, an animation subsidiary of …
    By christopherlbennett, 3,870 words

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  4. Classics of Science Fiction
    “Remembering the Best Short Science Fiction.” By James Wallace Harris.

    “The Short Life” by Francis Donovan
    Who was Francis Donovan? He has exactly one story listed in ISFDB, this one, “The Short Life.” That story first appeared in the October 1955 issue of Astounding Science Fiction. It was reprinted in three …
    By jameswharris, 373 words

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  5. The Early Days of a Better Nation
    “Ken MacLeod's comments.” 🇬🇧

    Cosmia Festival
    On Saturday I’ll be at the Cosmia Festival in Huddersfield. I have a talk about my recent and current books (4:45pm to 5:45pm), and from 7pm to 8:15pm I'll be talking about Iain M. Banks …
    By Ken, 66 words

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  6. Eliot Peper - Blog

    Writing is a tool for making new ideas
    Over in Every, I wrote about how writing is more than a method for capturing ideas, it’s a way of exploring them: By externalizing your thoughts, writing puts you into conversation with yourself. It’s always …
    By eliotpeper, 125 words

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  7. Galactic Journey
    “55 years ago: Science Fact and Fiction.” By Gideon Marcus, Janice L. Newman, et al. 🇺🇸

    [September 30, 1968] A spoonful of sugar… (October 1968 Analog)
    by Gideon Marcus Sputnik all over again? Last week, the Soviets produced their latest space spectacular, potentially leaving America in the dust again. Zond 5, launched September 14, was sent around the moon, returning safely …
    By Gideon Marcus, 96 words

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  8. Hugo Book Club Blog
    “Discussion of Hugo Award nominees for best novel, other science fiction novels, and analysis of the awards.” 🇺🇸

    A Conversation With Wole Talabi
    Success as a science fiction author didn’t come out of nowhere for Wole Talabi. The Nigerian-born author’s byline has been appearing regularly in publications such as Asimov’s Science Fiction, Apex Magazine, and the Magazine of …
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    “A science fiction and fantasy books reviews blog, with regular reviews of diverse novels.” By C.

    E. G. Condé, Sordidez
    E. G. Condé, Sordidez, Stelliform Press, 2023. Sordidez is a near-future novel, tangling the fate of three indigenous characters of Central America and the Caribbean, as they are confronted to climate catastrophes and colonisation. Vero …
    716 words

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  10. Morphosis
    By Adam Roberts. 🇬🇧

    Coming Soon
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    By Adam Roberts, 9 words

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  11. MPorcius Fiction Log
    “Brief and spoilertastic notes on fiction I have read.” 🇺🇸

    MPorcius returns to the airwaves!
    Munchie of the Munchie and The Bearman podcast invited me back to the show, and then contended manfully with technical issues and my penchant for interrupting and talking over people. Amid the chaos he managed …
    By MPorcius, 106 words

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  12. Science Fiction and Other Suspect Ruminations
    “Reviews of Vintage Science Fiction (1945-1985).” By Joachim Boaz.

    Updates: Recent Science Fiction Purchases No. CCCXXV (Walter Tevis, Katherine MacLean, Michael Frayn, and Jeffrey A. Carver)
    My rough start to the semester proves hard to dispel. I’ll get back to my regular programming soon–I promise. In the meantime, I’ve collected some goodies! Which books/covers/authors intrigue you? Which have you read? Disliked? …
    By Joachim Boaz, 716 words

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  13. SFSS
    “Science fiction short stories.”

    Old Rambling House (1958) - Frank Herbert
    Where we learn that cheating is behaving stupidly while believing oneself to be clever. On his last night on Earth, Ted Graham stepped out of a glass-walled telephone booth, ducked to avoid a swooping moth …
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    “Science fiction. Fantasy. The universe. And related subjects.” 🇺🇸

    The Wheel of Time Asks How to Save the World in “Daes Dae’mar”
    While last week’s episode of The Wheel of Time was my least favorite of the show so far, this week’s episode is in contention for favorite to date. Though a little bit hampered by the …
    By Sylas K Barrett, 4,170 words

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  15. Voyages Extraordinaires
    “Scientific Romances in a Bygone Age.”

    Toei's Puss 'n Boots
    Before Antonio Banderas put his accent on the character, perhaps the most internationally renowned version of Puss 'n Boots was the animated character from Toei studios. So popular was little Pero and the three films …
    By Cory Gross, 70 words

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  16. The Wertzone
    “SF&F In Print & On Screen.” By Adam Whitehead. 🇬🇧

    RIP Michael Gambon
    News has sadly broken of the death of Irish-British actor Michael Gambon at the age of 82. Gambon had a long and distinguished career, and is best-known for his work with Dennis Potter on The …
    By Adam Whitehead, 575 words

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