Wherein Adam explains why The Expanse can’t have it’s cake and eat it too.
Wherein I mull on definitions of horror and reject the idea of entry-level science fiction.
I tempt fate and the wrath of Stephen King in a discussion on how Under the Dome is a terrible choice for a television adaptation.
Post Mortem Press’ Fear the Abyss anthology skillfully explores the darker sides of science, knowledge, and the burdens that come with both.
Robert Boyczuk’s The Book of Thomas examines truth, faith, determinism, and salvation within a decaying world which resides in the gaps between genres.
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.
A chilling tale of self-sacrifice wraps up my series of Aurora Awards short fiction reviews.
Week 4 of the Aurora’s short fiction nominees mixes facebook with the nanny state.
The nominees for the 2012 Prix Aurora awards have been announced.