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Blogs about Science fiction books

14 blogs about Science fiction books.

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

  2. Charlie's Diary
    “Being the blog of Charles Stross, author, and occasional guests.” 🇬🇧

    Crib Sheet: Quantum of Nightmares
    It's about a year since Quantum of Nightmares was published, and the third New Management novel (Season of Skulls) is less than two months out. So this seems like a good time to resume my …
    By Charlie Stross, 1,606 words

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

    Reassessing ARACHNE’S LEGACY
    Over the past month, I’ve been tooling along pretty well writing Arachne’s Legacy, the third book in my Arachne series — or so I thought. I’ve been focusing on just one of the book’s two …
    By christopherlbennett, 1,332 words

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

    10 Reasons How I’m Reevaluating My Interest in Science Fiction
    Reason 1 Ever since I had an operation last August I’ve noticed that my enthusiasm for science fiction is waning. Partly, that’s due to a loss of vitality after the operation and partly, I’m getting …
    By jameswharris, 1,485 words

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

    I haven’t been blogging much, and I hope to do more this year. There are one or two exciting publication announcements in the pipeline. In the meantime, here’s a recent interview with the incredibly productive …
    By Ken, 63 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, 63 words

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

    [March 20, 1968] Missed opportunities (April 1968 Fantasy and Science Fiction)
    by Gideon Marcus A week is a long time in politics The British Prime Minister Harold Wilson is fond of noting that a lot can change in just seven days. In American politics, the last …
    By GalacticJourney, 99 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.” 🇺🇸

    Kara Zor-El Unbound
    The second-most famousKryptonian, Kara Zor-Elfinally gets the attentionshe deserves in Woman of Tomorrow.(Image via in 1959 as a female version of the most popular character in comic books, the paradox of Supergirl as a …
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  9. Morphosis
    By Adam Roberts. 🇬🇧

    “The This” on 2023 BSFA Best Novel Shortlist
    I'm delighted to say that The This has been shortlisted for the 2023 BSFA Award for best novel. It's a great honour, especially considering the high calibre of the other shortlisted titles. The winner will …
    By Adam Roberts, 72 words

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

    Dynamic Science Fiction, June 1953: R Z Gallun, R E Banks and C M Kornbluth & D A Wollheim
    Bopping hither and tither at isfdb and the internet archive, one will often discover little gems. My latest uncovered treasure is the June 1953 issue of Robert W. Lowndes' Dynamic Science Fiction. The issue has …
    By MPorcius, 2,177 words

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

    Book Review: Far Out, Damon Knight (1961)
    Today I’ve reviewed the twenty-second and twenty-third story in my series on the science fictional media landscape of the future. In “Thing of Beauty” (1958) Damon Knight speculates on something very similar to AI art. …
    By Joachim Boaz, 3,596 words

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  12. SFSS
    “Science fiction short stories.”

    The Egg (2009) - Andy Weir
    So... What happens after death? You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, but fatal nonetheless. You left behind a wife and two children. It was …
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    “Science fiction. Fantasy. The universe. And related subjects.” 🇺🇸

    The Escapist Fantasy of Fandom: Esther Yi’s Y/N
    The premise of Esther Yi’s debut novel Y/N—a woman who plunges deep into parasocial devotion to a K-pop idol—is “blissfully stupid,” she professes. “Blissful” seems fair enough. After all, given the state of the world, …
    By Trisha Low, 1,681 words

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

    Support The Wertzone on Patreon
    STICKIED POSTAfter much debate (and some requests) I have signed up with crowdfunding service Patreon to better support future blogging efforts. You can find my Patreon page here and more information after the jump.What is …
    By Adam Whitehead, 391 words

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