Aaron Dembski-Bowden is back!
Matthew Cheney is reaching the end in these collected essays on Neil Gaiman’s epic Sandman run with The Wake.
Ben Thompson chronicles the crazy badass history and highlights of the Merc
Big question. Hal Duncan has (long) answers.
Science Fiction and Fantasy broken down and put back together by Hal Duncan on the quest forthe Blue Flower.
A guest blog by Ben Thompson, who kicks ass.
The beginning of the end as the spawn of Dream enters the game in these Matt Cheney essays on The Kindly Ones.
A little Canterbury Tales in Dreaming for Matthew Cheney to analyze for us.
Ben Thompson is back to show you all the street and cosmic cred Doctor Doom has.
Hal Duncan discusses the media reaction to Sarah Thornton’s successful libel suit of Lynn Barber.
Hal Duncan is guest blogging and has genre on his mind.
Simone on the beat meeting the Game of Thrones cast… and towering over them?
Delirium & Destruction reign in this series of essays by Matthew Cheney continuing his journey into the dreaming.
DC’s rich playboy mortal detective gets the badass treatment from Ben Thompson. Are you prepared?
Constantine returns and we enter the land of stories in these collected essays on Fables & Reflections by Matthew Cheney.
The ever evolving, the reborn, and death of Science Fiction? Hal Duncan contemplates SF.
Aaron Dembski-Bowden bringing his cannons to canon. Also his warhammer.
Hal Duncan on Exoticism in Literature, representation, cultural appropriation, and needed suspicion.
Matthew Cheney meets Barbie Adventures as he continues his Sandman Meditations in A Game of You.
Hal Duncan examines science fiction and fantasy as genre and literature and speculative fiction’s place in culture.
Matthew Cheney visits Hell and Ragnarok following Gaiman in Season of Mists.
Hal Duncan on how strange Gareth Edwards is.
Erin M. Evans takes a break from Forgotten Realms to bring you this.
Pulp? Science Fiction? and Sci-Fi? Kafka? Lovecraft? Atwood? Hal Duncan speaks on genre.
Matt Cheney dreams a dream of 1000 cats in this chapter of his walk through of the Gaiman Sandman run.
Hal Duncan ponders the Man Booker Prize and the candidacy of science fiction and fantasy novels in his latest Notes from New Sodom.
Taverns, serial killers, and… MTV? Matthew Cheney’s journey through Gaiman’s Dreaming continues.
Romantic advice from the future from the great Hal Duncan.
Combat Fiction in science fiction and fantasy. What it is. Why. And Catch-22? Hal Duncan explains all in the latest Notes of New Sodom.
This is the beginning of the best issue-by-issue analysis of Sandman IMHO. Follow Matt Cheney’s journey through Sandman and start here!
SNAP! Find out more of the exploits of Thanos before Infinity War. They are def BADASS.
The world needed it, and we got it. The Hal Duncan take on The Last Airbender movie.
The great Guy Gavriel Kay blesses my blog.
Speculative fiction. Science Fiction versus Sci-Fi versus science fiction versus Fantasy versus fantasy?Hal Duncan on genre and labels.
The book world stands off as Macmillan and Amazon square off over digital domination in publishing.
Erin Evans is back from the Realms to outline your life.
Vampire! Hal Duncan’s latest Notes on New Sodom examines vampires in popular fiction, specifically Anne Rice, Twilight, and Poppy.
Hal Duncan on discovering Samuel Delany, punk rock, the Ramones and Burroughs
Defining science fiction, it’s birth, midlife, some punk, and current state with Hal Duncan in the latest Notes from New Sodom.
The author of the bestselling Sandman Slim series is here to bless you with a guest blog.
Ian R. MacLeod visits Miclonian to help you make your way through all the Londons.
Hal Duncan breaks down the latest book world debate, examining Elitism, Escapism and authorship in publishing.
Fantasy & Science Fiction as genre, where it came from and where it’s going and the discussion around it from Hal Duncan.