Has the storied genre where Nazis triumph and the South beats the Yanks been consumed by the scourge of Steampunk?
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What the late sci-fi master had to say about the ultimate weapon.
In a stunning upset of red-hot author Junot Diaz, Claire Vaye Watkins took home The Story Prize, the Stanley Cup of short-fiction prizes.
"Revolution," the widely-watched JJ Abrams show that premiered on NBC this week, is the latest entry in sci-fi's raggedest subgenre. Call it the dystopia of failed technology, the powered-down apocalypse; it's speculative fiction that peers into poss…
“The world is carnage.” Well, maybe it is and maybe it isn’t. But that phrase has become a familiar refrain—almost comforting, despite its gloomy message—to fans of Henderzones, the best-kept secret of Twitter-based serial storytelling. Updated re…
I put the question about cyberpunk to ten science-fictional thinkers, including a coterie of the genre’s parents/