Book Review: A Memory Called Empire, Arkady Martine

Book Review: A Memory Called Empire, Arkady Martine   Science Fiction: A Memory Called Empire, Arkady Martine Hugo Award Winner   Science fiction writers come to the genre from a variety of backgrounds. Often they are science based, but perhaps more often they are not. Storytellers can learn their craft from many different teachers, and […]

Book Review: The Future of Another Timeline, Annalee Newitz

Book Review: The Future of Another Timeline, Annalee Newitz   Science Fiction: The Future of Another Timeline, Annalee Newitz   What do you get when you put a distinguished science writer, a brilliant historian, a futurist, a feminist and queer advocate, and a sci fi novelist (and probably some other credentials I’ve overlooked) into the […]

Book Review: In the Event of Contact, Ethel Rohan

Book Review: In the Event of Contact, Ethel Rohan   Short Story Collection: In the Event of Contact, Ethel Rohan   The short story is an underappreciated art form. When done well, it carries the emotional impact of a boxer’s sweeping left hook. Novels and even novellas take time to develop. Their impact builds and […]