In this week’s fighting words I have a few things to say about William Gibson’s cyberpunk classic
Wherein Catching Fire demonstrates fundamental stupidity, and I figuratively torch the book.
The Running Man is perfect for television, here’s why.
The theatrical trailer for The Purge gave me hope, but then took it away.
The Anthology of European SF explores a broad range of science fiction and mobilizes a variety of voices from Europe’s SF community.
The second edition of the dystopian SF anthology Brave New Worlds adds three new stories and extra non-fiction; in this post I take a look at the former.
Wherein Adam reviews five short stories from Daily Science Fiction instead of tackling his growing TBR pile.
Adam chats with three of the producers of the new web series Job Hunters.
Job Hunters demonstrates two things: a brilliant taste for black humour and bang for the buck production values that put traditional television to shame.
What would happen if a tribute said no?