On his recent show featuring the new Doctor Who, late-night host Craig Ferguson extolled the venerable British TV show as "the triumph of intellect and romance over brute force an
Reflections on Pamela Zoline's "
I was seventeen when I first read 1984, and that was the year George Orwell forever changed my view of the world.
Sci Fi Eyes
Back in the early seventeenth century, when the novel was still a novel idea, a Frenchman wrote “Voyage to the Moon
I've never warmed up to science fiction.
I'm sure it's a personal failing. I suspect it has something to do with a preference for the "could be true."
"Z for Zachariah" is a science fiction book that really resonated with me. The main character named Ann is the sole survivor in a radioactive free pocket of land on the East Coast after
Until I was in high school, I wasn't consciously aware that the catago
It’s hard to narrow it down to my favorite science fiction story. My first inclination is, of course, to name Star Wars -- by which I mean the original movie, which came o
My earliest memories of reading involve science fiction.
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