August, 2005 (Vol. II: #7)
assumptions and the context of story
The intent of early SF and what we draw from it now may be quite different.
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...there are writers, a rare breed of them, who support themselves, who fish the seven seas of genre and reel in the sales, and yet somehow remain not-quite-household names.
...hyperfiction and its multimedia successors remain as much a fringe phenomenon as they were fifteen years ago—if not more so.
The Bomb in the Hollywood Imagination
Casual and profound, sixty years of film’s nuclear awareness.
An unsettling look inside the mind of a troubled youth.
More than thirty years' worth of Bishop's musings on SF, writing, and life.
Beautiful images and a surreal fairy tale from Miyazaki.
Sexism in reviewing, and other hot topics. But mostly reviews.