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BSFA Awards 2015 Shortlist announced

BSFA-logo The British Science Fiction Association has announced the shortlist for the BSFA Awards 2015. The winners will be announced at a ceremony to be held on the evening of Saturday 26th March at the Hilton Deansgate, Manchester, during Mancunicon, the 67th British National Science Fiction Convention, otherwise...
   

“Phantom Effect” and Modern Music by Michael Aronovitz

MichaelAronovitz In terms of plot, “Phantom Effect” is a serial killer tale that moves to the supernatural as murderer Jonathan Martin Delaware Deseronto winds up being forced by the ghost of his last victim, the lovely co-ed Marissa Madison, to relive her last week inside her, as her, and therefore find out what...

Vendetta’s Heroes: Saving Charleston and the World One Haunted Object at a Time By Gail Z. Martin

0061-eWomenNetwork Charleston, South Carolina is one of the most-visited cities in the United States. History buffs love its prominent role in both the American Revolution and the U.S. Civil War. Architecture enthusiasts thrill at the sight of the gorgeous homes and public buildings, the wrought iron gates, and antebellum...
   

Authors Roundtable with Michelle Hauck, Stephen Aryan and J.M. Frey

authors_roundtable_jan We are very pleased to start off our Roundtables this year with three fantasy authors who are also long-time genre fans: Michelle Hauck, Stephen Aryan and J.M. Frey. Check out the Roundtable discussion Michelle Hauck is the author of the fantasy novel Kindar’s Cure, in which a princess dying from...

10 Space Opera Series Star Wars Fan Might Enjoy by Bryan Thomas Schmidt

? ? With all the excitement over a new Star Wars film, The Force Awakens, especially one with the original cast and which seems to capture the original trilogy’s spirit, some fans of space opera might be looking for ways to keep getting their space opera fix. So here are 10 great series, my fellow fans...
   

Will religious ideology keep us from reaching the heavens? by John V Kernaghan

21141206 Rather than build a boat, the inhabitants of Easter Island (who I’m sure thought of themselves as a bunch of savvy, high-tech individuals) decided on a policy of burning the last of their trees in order to build effigies aimed at presumably, appeasing their God. Faith is an ideology based on ignorance....

SFFWorld Best Of Review of 2015: Film and TV, Part 3

twitterlogo ——————————- It’s that time of year when, as we have done for the last decade or so, we have dragged ourselves from the revelries here at SFFWorld to try and put some sort of order to our favourite (and not so favourite!) stuff from 2015. And...
   

SFFWorld Best Of Review of 2015: SF, Part 2

twitterlogo Best of 2015  – Part 2 It’s that time of year when, as we have done for the last decade or so, we have dragged ourselves from the revelries here at SFFWorld to try and put some sort of order to our favourite (and not so favourite!) stuff from 2015. The first part, on Fantasy books is HERE and...

Marc Alan Edelheit Giveaway

thetiger We’re giving away a set of The Tiger and Stiger’s Tigers by Marc Alan Edelheit. The giveaway is open worldwide. ENTER HERE “The empire has endured many centuries but is now threatened by multiple wars and a major rebellion in the South. A nobleman from an infamous family, imperial legionary...
   

The Invaders: Review by Ian C Douglas

invaders The Invaders, alien beings from a dying planet. Their destination: the Earth. Their purpose: to make it their world. Forget Dr Who or Star Trek. If you want to know the show that brought scares to the living rooms of TV audiences in the Sixties, look for two simple words. The Invaders! Now half forgotten,...

Star Wars Memories, Part 3

force awakens Star Wars Memories, Part 3 With the impending arrival of Star Wars (The Force Awakens), we decided at SFFWorld that we would chat about what Star Wars does (or doesn’t!) mean to us, what effect the franchise has had upon us since we first saw it and what we hope the new movie will provide. Involved...
   

Star Wars Memories, Part 2

Star_Wars_Phantom_Menace_poster Star Wars Memories, Part 2 With the impending arrival of Star Wars (The Force Awakens), we decided at SFFWorld that we would chat about what Star Wars does (or doesn’t!) mean to us, what effect the franchise has had upon us since we first saw it and what we hope the new movie will provide. Involved...

Star Wars Memories: Part 1

OriginalTheatricalStarWarsPoster-thumb-550x869-41517 Star Wars Memories, Part 1 With the impending arrival of Star Wars (The Force Awakens), we decided at SFFWorld that we would chat about what Star Wars does (or doesn’t!) mean to us, what effect the franchise has had upon us since we first saw it and what we hope the new movie will provide. Involved...
   

SFFWorld Best of Review of 2015: Fantasy & Horror – Part 1

twitterlogo Best of 2015  – Part 1 It’s that time of year when, as we have done for the last decade or so, we have dragged ourselves from the revelries here at SFFWorld to try and put some sort of order to our favourite (and not so favourite!) stuff from 2015. The second part, on Science Fiction books...

Authors Roundtable with Chris Reher, J.L. Doty, Gwyneth Jones and Stephen Palmer

authors_roundtable6 Welcome to our final Author Roundtable this year. This time we’ve got four great authors ready to answer your questions. We’re going to chat, do some questions — and you can join in and ask questions and express your views — about their works, fantasy, science fiction and SFFH in...
   

Giveaway, Invasive Species by Joseph Wallace

invasive_species We’re giving away two copies of Invasive Species by Joseph Wallace. The giveaway is open to US addresses. ENTER HERE “There can only be one dominant life form on Earth. In the remote African wilderness, a rainforest is dying. But something else has come to life: A newly evolved predator that...

How Sexy is Your Crowdfunding Campaign? by Narek Vardanyan

Narek Vardanyan Search for the tips to help people run successful crowdfunding campaigns, and you’ll likely come across articles that say planning, videos and rewards are the most important aspects of your campaign. We’ve talked about the importance of these factors ourselves, so we’re not going to undervalue...
   

Mark Stone Giveaway

ecover317x475 We’re giving away one autographed paperback and five e-books of Sanguinem Isle by Mark Stone. This giveaway is open worldwide. ENTER HERE “One choice to make up for all he has done wrong. Rescue the girl kidnapped or stay with the woman he loves. Choosing one will cost the other everything. Caderyn...

Probable Futures by Nicholas Boyd Crutchley

nicholas What will tomorrow bring? Near-future science fiction authors, in tackling this question, lie. We weave probable futures like any talented tarot reader, picking up on clues and telling you what you secretly wish to hear. This article centres on the art of lying and losing your virginity. Probable futures...
   

Should Cyborgs Have Rights? by Michael Foy

Michael Foy_Author Photo On one of my co-hosting gigs on the Jordan Rich show, we received a call from a listener who asked about rights for future individuals that wouldn’t be human or robot but something in between. He cited the term Singularity coined in a book by Ray Kurzweil where the line between man and machine will...
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