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Dirt

  DIRT by Nick Busse Cadet Cyrsev’s visit was pleasant until it was murderous. “Gloves,” I said absentmindedly. “You pullin’ weeds?” “In a manner of speaking,” Cyrsev said. He concealed his growing smile with

Jason M. Hough interview

What is your latest book?  My latest is called Zero World, and it’s a near-future spy thriller about a parallel Earth that is 100 years behind us technologically, a scientist who finds this place

Broken Record

Broken Record by Simon Whitaker The Inquisitor paused, his finger hovering over one of three buttons.  The first was the PROCEED button, it allowed the cargo under investigation to proceed through Customs to it’s

A million words of SF for free

This anthology features 120 up-and-coming SF authors, and is free to download until the end of March 2016. Do it, do it now!

LEGENDARY MOTHER

LEGENDARY MOTHER DR Montgomery Jack The beast is vulnerable. It’s odd to call you that, to think of my teacher, my nurturer as prey. And yet here we are. For now, my name is

Interview with Kenneth Preston

Tell us about your debut novel Sure. It’s titled “The Passing of Each Perfect Moment.” It is a science fiction/mystery story. It’s been very well-received! It’s getting great reviews on Amazon! I couldn’t be

The Best of TOR

The Best of Tor is a new compilation of TOR Books best stories of 2015. It features some great stories from authors such as Kim Stanley Robinson, David D. Levin, and Michael Livingstone. Best

Out There

High on the roof, where the raucous noise of the city’s nightlife was distant enough that it was nothing more than a dull thrum, Aamil took a seat on one of the old, rusted

Chinese Science fiction

Yes it does exist, and it’s quite good by all accounts. The Mega-hit Three Body Problem won it’s author Cixin Liu the Hugo Award in 2015. He has written two sequels, also very successful

Incredible Science Fiction books

Dune Science Fiction does not get much more perfect than this. Frank Herbert’s Dune is every Science fiction addict’s wet dream. Many people claim Dune is Science Fiction’s reply to Lord of the Rings: