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April 20, 2017

Hey, Easter has come … and gone. That rather crept up on me. Anyway, I need to take a few days break, but here’s some stuff to keep you amused while I’m away from the blog. It’s a boom time for dystopias, or so the New York Times tells us in this article, which surveys […]


5 of the best: Keith Roberts

April 18, 2017

Not so long ago, we wrote a post about John Brunner. It was intended as the first in a series about writers who are drifting out of our awareness, writers who are perhaps not enjoying the eminence their work deserves. Having started with Brunner, it seemed natural to follow up with his close contemporary, Keith […]


BSFA Award Winners

April 16, 2017

Easter is a busy time for science fiction awards. So here another set of winners have been announced.        The winners of the BSFA Awards are: Best Novel Europe in Winter by Dave Hutchinson Best Short Fiction “Liberty Bird” by Jaine Fenn (Now We Are Ten) Best Non-Fiction 100 African Writers of SFF […]


Philip K. Dick Award Winner

    The winner of this year’s Philip K. Dick Award for the best science fiction published as a paperback original is The Mercy Journals by Claudia Casper. The judges also gave a Special Citation to Unpronounceable by Susan diRende.


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Indie Fantasy of the month

If you are looking for some of the best indie fantasy science fiction has to over, look no further than Ryk Brown's awesome Frontier Saga. At over 14 books long, this military science fiction adventure is gripping all the way through.

Fans of military space opera and against impossible odds science fiction (lots of ship to ship battles, unexpected new-captain manning the helm of spaceship, lost crew trying to get home, etc) will love this one.

SO if you love military science fiction or space opera, do check this out. It's one of my favorite science fiction series right now, indie or not.

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