The Anthology of European SF explores a broad range of science fiction and mobilizes a variety of voices from Europe’s SF community.
This month on AvS: noir horror, epic fantasy, and a dog who just wants to be loved.
Robert Boyczuk’s The Book of Thomas examines truth, faith, determinism, and salvation within a decaying world which resides in the gaps between genres.
One year ago I gave Dark Souls the finger, writing it off as an inflated level grind intent on making mountains out of mole hills. I was wrong. Here’s why.
Even by the standards of the early 1980s Krull is a stupid movie, yet it still offers an interesting insight into this generation’s taste in genre.
Eighteen stories of horror inspired by one of the most important genre writers of the 20th century.
This is exactly what every fantasy story ought to strive to be.