Archive of all blog posts tagged 'science fiction'

2018


A Bridge To The Quiet Planet (2018/12/09 08:00)
My good friend Steve Savage has his first novel out. Go grab it.

Slugging (And Slogging) On (2018/12/03 08:00)
Getting caught up, and some notes on criticism from days past.

Unknown Treasures (2018/08/03 08:00)
One of the things I always hated about myself was how I was, in theory, supposed to be this gigantic SF nerd, and as it turns out I really wasn't.

That Pile On The Nightstand (2018/06/11 05:00)
The overwhelming majority of what I'm genuinely curious about reading has been nonfiction. I hate that.

A Few Words From LeGuin (2018/01/24 06:00)
Parting words, unfortunately.

Player Zero (2018/01/05 08:00)
On why books need to be written to be books, not film pitches-to-be.

2017


The Monster Mash (2017/12/03 08:00)
"...you can a mash lot of orcs and unicorns and intergalactic wars together without actually imagining anything."

Emotional Rescue (2017/12/02 08:00)
The greatest stories make us emotional standard-bearers, not just emotional recipients.

Endtable Pile, Continued (2017/11/12 08:00)
More notes on getting caught up with the state of SF&F.

The Endtable Pile (2017/11/11 10:00)
Some of my SF reading list for 2018.

Kicking A Habit (2017/10/31 08:00)
A mission for the coming seasons: Read more current SF.

I've Seen Things You People Wouldn't Believe! (2017/10/06 07:00)
On 'Blade Runner 2049': All these moments in time must be kept, like tears from the rain.

Kid Stuff, Labels, And Vonnegut's Lament (2017/09/03 01:00)
It's a problem when you fall in love with the (SF) exception and not the (SF) rule.

Changing It Up (2017/08/05 07:00)
Take a book that's not SF. Imagine it as SF. What would it be like?

Lock, Stock, And Character Dept. (2017/06/07 08:00)
Stock "literary" characters can be just as one-dimensional as stock SF characters.

Non SF&F Writing For SF&F Authors (2017/05/19 10:00)

Politicaliterary Dept. (2017/02/06 08:00)
On politics in literature, spoken and unspoken (and a few other things).

Science Affliction Dept. (2017/01/24 08:00)
I call my work SF because I gotta call it something.

2016


Tick Tick Tock Dept. (2016/11/13 08:00)
On time travel and our urge to get away from it all.

Not The Smartest Guys In The Room Dept. (2016/02/10 10:00)
I don't think SF authors have an obligation to be scientific authorities, but I do think they have an obligation to be scientifically literate.

2015


Wake Up, Force! Dept. (2015/12/20 10:00)
It's 1977 all over again, sort of.

Treknology Dept. (2015/12/08 10:00)
Why 'Trek' continues to matter, or not matter.

Strange Days (2015/10/20 10:00)
Twenty years on, James Cameron's (and Kathryn Bigelow's) millennial cyberpunk masterwork still packs the kinds of wallops mainstream filmmaking has retreated from in near-panic

A Better Tomorrow Dept. (2015/09/14 09:00)
"We expect more change than actually happens in the future because we imagine our lives have changed more than they actually have."

Politaesthetics Dept. (2015/09/03 10:00)
Why "I don't care who wrote it, I only care if it's good" is disingenuous apoliticism.


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