One thing I think nobody in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s could have anticipated, was the extent to which the popular science fiction and fantasy
NOTE: Fans of Niven and Heinlein will recognize the fingerprints of those two fine masters here. In no particular order . . . . There
As people sort through the ashes of last weekend’s Hugo awards ceremony, I wanted to highlight some very good analysis by Hugo nominee Ken Burnside.
INTRODUCTIONS: I am very excited to have two guests for an interview at Mad Genius Club. Both of them have a lot of experience in
A few days ago I was having a debate with a chap who is both a genre author and genre critic. Not surprisingly, the core
PLACE: INTERPLANETARY COLONIAL ACCESSIONS DEPOT TIME: 0445 HOURS DATE: ALTERNATE NEAR FUTURE Okay, kids, wake the hell up. I know you’ve been sitting in those