Category Archives: science fiction

The Eagle Has Landed: 50 Years of Lunar Science Fiction – Edited by Neil Clarke

July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the Moon. To celebrate the anniversary, Neil Clarke has assembled a wonderful collection of stories written after Apollo 11. The first was written in 1976 by John Varley, and they continue in chronological … Continue reading

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The Best Science Fiction of the Year: Volume Four – Neil Clarke (Edited by)

As usual, Neil Clark does a great job collecting the best Sci Fi of the year. There are twenty-nine offerings this time that move from the near future to galaxies far, far away. Some I loved; some I didn’t like … Continue reading

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Sky Without Stars – Jessica Brody & Joanne Rendell

From the publisher, “A thief. An officer. A guardian. Three strangers, one shared destiny . . . When the Last Days came, the planet of Laterre promised hope. A new life for a wealthy French family and their descendants. But … Continue reading

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Rewrite: Loops in the Timescape – Gregory Benford

Charlie’s life hasn’t been the greatest. He is a rather ordinary history professor, going through a divorce. But when he gets hit by a truck, he wakes up in his bed instead of a hospital. Things get weird when he … Continue reading

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Stronger, Faster, and More Beautiful – Arwen Elys Dayton

What happens when we manipulate our DNA?  Could the science be used to better humanity or be the root of new evils?  Fusing organs to save a life? Manipulating genes for vanity? Or to create a super human intended for … Continue reading

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Terran Tomorrow – Nancy Kress

The spaceship Return carried only nine people, although it could have carried many, many more. The mission from Earth to World had not been a success, and so some of the Earthlings were going home, accompanied by five Worlders. They … Continue reading

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A Spark of White Fire – Sangu Mandanna

From the publisher: “The first book in a scifi retelling of the Mahabrahata.  When Esmae wins a contest of skill, she sets off events that trigger an inevitable and unwinnable war that pits her against the family she would give … Continue reading

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