All tagged science fiction
Book 22 on My List is a must-read. I Am Legend is the compelling tale of Robert Neville, the last man alive after a vampire/zombie apocalypse.
My review of They’d Rather be Right, the second Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel.
Neil Gaiman’s beautiful words on books, stories, and speculative fiction are worth reading.
In Science Fiction: A Literary History, Roger Luckhurst discusses the rapid changes that helped kick off the genre we know today as science fiction. That cultural sentiment continues today.
My goal and purpose for The Sci-Fi Novel project: understanding the development of ideas and writing.
My interview with author Brian Bandell about his new book Silence the Living, his writing process, and more!
I had the opportunity to review Silence the Living, Brian Bandell’s latest sci-fi novel.
Last week I dove into Ray Bradbury’s thoughts on the art of writing science fiction. This week, I take a look at the thoughts of Ursula K. Le Guin.
In The Paris Review, sci-fi author Ray Bradbury discusses the art of writing science fiction.
The Martian Chronicles is a classic by Ray Bradbury that explores the colonization of Mars and the various paranormal, emotional and very human problems encountered therein.
Science Fiction 101 is an anthology of hand-picked classic science fiction from the Golden Age of the genre.
The novella "No Woman Born" shows us that a science fiction story can have an incredibly low amount of action while still being incredibly compelling.
I'm so excited to dive into I, Robot, the 16th book on my list and a science fiction gem.
Robert Silverberg's Science Fiction 101 offers some interesting ideas about science fiction that are worth discussing.
In which I once again put down a book that is becoming painful to read. Robert Heinlein's Space Cadet is heavy on the world-building, light on the pacing and story.
I think the best science fiction stories are jarring. They wake us up and show us to ourselves.
Some thoughts on Black Mirror and the show's central thesis.
My ranking of the first 10 novels on my science fiction list.
A new year brings renewed opportunity to get back into the blog!
My short story The Spaceship is free on Amazon Kindle for a limited time!