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Impress The Science And Tech Lovers On Your List With Our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide Futurism's Holiday Gift Guide for 2019 has lots of wonderfully unique gift options for the science and tech lovers in your life.

Serial Box's Orphan Black: The Next Chapter Is a Mostly Successful Experiment in Transmedia Storytelling It is no easy feat to translate the success of Orphan Black the TV series, which was so predicated on the visual aspect of Tatiana Maslany's riveting performances, to the page.

Looks Like We Probably Aren't Getting a Poe or Finn Spin-off On Disney+ It is not a good week for Finn/Poe fans. Yesterday, J.J. Abrams confirmed that a romance between the two would not be blossoming in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, to the on-record regret of John Boyega and Oscar Isaac. Today, the co-stars announced separately that they had no intention of reprising their roles in any sort of Disney+ spin-off.

Hard-Boiled Fantasy: Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny In this bi-weekly series reviewing classic science fiction and fantasy books, Alan Brown looks at the front lines and frontiers of the field; books about soldiers and spacers, scientists and engineers, explorers and adventurers.

"The Expanse" Cast, Blue Origin Talk Science & Science Fiction Amazon Prime has been showing some serious love to The Expanse since its summer Television Critics Association press event, where the streaming service announced the series had been picked up for a fifth season.

Orbit Books Acquires Debut Fantasy Trilogy from Author Andrea Stewart Orbit Books has announced the acquisition of an epic fantasy trilogy from Andrea Stewart! This trilogy will be the author's debut, and the first book is called Bone Shard Daughter. Orbit describes Bone Shard Daughter as follows:.

Little Joe’ Review: A Disquieting and Precise Blend of Sci-Fi, Horror, and Human Drama The monster may not even be that monstrous. The hero might not be particularly heroic. There's no sermonizing in sight to set our moral guideposts, nor is their soapbox blustering to guide our feelings towards a villain.

Hometown Horrors: The Blair Witch Project, and the Legend of Corpsewood Manor When The Blair Witch Project hit theaters in 1999, I'd just graduated from high school, and I went to see it to celebrate my newfound freedom from Hell. Having grown up on television like Unsolved Mysteries and Sightings, I loved it, and for a time, I was fooled.

Exploring the People of Middle-earth: The Many Faces of Finduilas In this biweekly series, we're exploring the evolution of both major and minor figures in Tolkien's legendarium, tracing the transformations of these characters through drafts and early manuscripts through to the finished work.

Oathbringer Reread: Chapter One Hundred and Seven Lyn: Welcome back from Thanksgiving break, faithful readers! Aubree and I are back from the Starsight release party, where Brandon read an excerpt from Rhythms of War! If you're not opposed to spoilers, you ought to go and check it out, if you haven't already.

Authors' websites, horror fiction, and more… A Beginner’s Guide to Chinese Science Fiction Chinese science fiction is a diverse, undeniably unique type of sci-fi. And it contributes to the worldliness of the genre as a whole,…

Creeping Jenny by Jeff Moon book cover reveal & exclusive first chapters Ahead of the release of Creeping Jenny, the third book in the acclaimed John Nyquist series by Jeff Noon, we're thrilled to be able to reveal the book's cover as well as an exclusive preview of the first three chapters. Weird fiction visionary and Arthur C.

Birds Of Prey new poster celebrates the birth of Harley Birds Of Prey parodies Boticelli's The Birth Of Venus with this pretty cool new poster. Cathy Yan is directing the film, while Margot Robbie is producing through her LuckyChap Entertainment, alongside Sue Kroll for Kroll and Co. Entertainment and Bryan Unkeless for Clubhouse Pictures.

Mulan new poster brings honour to us all Ahead of a new trailer that is set to land later today, Disney has released this stunning poster for its live-action remake of Mulan. Here's the film's synopsis:.

Peter Pan and Wendy By Martin Morse Wooster: Perhaps the most interesting play I saw in 2018 was a revision of Macbeth done in 1664 by Sir William Davenant, which was performed at the Folger Theatre.

A Garden on Top of the World AUTHOR: Virginia Aronson. SUMMARY: Year 2066, city Shamed, Greenland. The world is different from what it was 50 years ago. It is more polluted, more populated, much less green, more hot and more and more wet as the sea level rises. In all of this chaos, lives a young teenager named Johnie.

Book Blitz: The Thirteenth Guardian by K.M. Lewis Book: The Thirteenth Guardian: Author: K.M. Lewis: Genre: YA Sci-Fi / Apocalyptic FantasyRelease Date: June 11th 2019. Da Vinci's secret pales. Michelangelo concealed an explosive truth in his famous Creation of Man fresco in the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican.

Pixel Scroll 12/4/19 A Thousand Naked Scroll Files Screaming And Throwing Little Pixels At You Christine Feehan tweeted a justification of her application to trademark book series with the word "Dark" in the title. Penny Reid is one of many who still hopes someone will put a stop to the idea.

How The Expanse Defines & Transcends Science Fiction Genre "If you say 'rom-com' to somebody, they'll say, 'Get away from me.' They'll never watch that." read more: The Expanse Season 4 Review.

Magical Mystery Tour: NYRSF Readings Spotlight the Beatles Across Space and Time Blackman: The Beatles entered my consciousness not through the bathroom window but with my brother telling me about a new singing group with "haircuts like Moe" of the Three Stooges. Soon after I saw their landmark first appearance on Ed Sullivan.

I Hope You Get This Message Sorry for being so quiet lately. I've had bit of a stressful couple of weeks and therefore put this blog on the back-burner while I focused on myself. However, I am feeling much better now so I'm going to spend the next few reviews catching you up on everything that I have been reading!

RIP, science fiction pioneer Dorothy "DC" Fontana DC Fontana was a pioneering writer and editor for Star Trek who worked on shows like Babylon Five, the Six Million Dollar Man, He Man, and Buck Rogers, one of the most prominent women in the field….

The Puppy's Revenge: George R. R. Martin's "Sandkings" Welcome back to the Lovecraft reread, in which two modern Mythos writers get girl cooties all over old Howard's sandbox, from those who inspired him to those who were inspired in turn. This week, we're reading George R. Martin's "Sandkings," first published in the August 1979 issue of Omni.

Storm's Coming. Initial Impressions of The Expanse Season 4 At the end of season three of The Expanse, more than a thousand doors opened. Space: it's an even bigger place than we thought! But humanity hasn't always been great with places it thinks are empty and ripe for the taking. History is at the forefront of everyone's mind as The Expanse moves into its fourth season.

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