Tag Archives: science fiction
SyFy’s latest adaptation of Philip José Farmer’s “Riverworld” series is just as sucky as the last one (when they were SciFi Channel), in spite of some actors I like. Continue reading
Two things bring on storymind tonight: a cool new blog called Science in My Fiction by my pals at Crossed Genres; & the story of murder, an interstellar spaceship, & Lord Shiva that I’m about to start working on.
How editing Wikipedia & a fictional Martian constitutional convention influenced the Consensus government in my novel(s)-to-be. Yep, & consensus would be a better way to run our own world too, yep.
One tool for inventing an imaginary story universe in science fiction is extrapolating from the present into the future. Granting corporations lots of extra power as the Supreme Court did recently is very good for my worldbuilding. But is very bad for the world I actually live in.
My story “Cold,” from my novel-in-progress of the same title, is appearing again — this time in Crossed Genres‘ Year One anthology, which collects stories from each of the magazine’s first twelve issues.
“Shark” is an excerpt from the novel-in-progress Cold, posted online for free as part of Crossed Genres’ Post a Story for Haiti project. Please donate to Haiti earthquake relief.
This brilliant parody of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” retells the tale of “Battlestar Galactica.”
Crossed Genres will publish its first anthology containing one story from each of its first 12 issues — including my story “Cold” from the LGBTQ issue.
My story “Cold” is now appearing in the November 2009 issue of Crossed Genres, which also has a lot of other great LGBTQ science fiction/fantasy. Give it a read!