Earth Awakens, Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston Mike Phelps Earth Awakens is the finale of the First Formic War trilogy, but also serves retroactively as the fertile ground from which Card’s classic Ender’s Game … [continue reading]
There isn’t too much news this week. Things continue to come together and I am in the process of organizing and preparing the items for February. I am in the process of organizing first payments … [continue reading]
A STRUGGLE FOR PRIMACY Brian Cato I can see him clearly through the window, John Walton, looking not a day over fifty. Revolting! Cloned flesh adhered to a metal skeleton, a computer brain inside. A … [continue reading]
THE PHILOSOPHER LIMITATION Y.X. Acs Doctor Mandalay was not a man given to indulging in illusions. He knew things broke and things went awry, no matter how well you planned. But despite this uncertainty, the … [continue reading]
I found this wonderful short film via Sploid, it was a selection from one of their short film contests.
RED DWARF’S INQUISITOR AND JUDGEMENT DAY Ben Zwycky The popularity of Red Dwarf lies not only in its irreverent satire of classical science fiction tropes, great banter and interaction between the well-developed characters, but also … [continue reading]
UPGRADE Axel Schwarz Just before sunrise was always Sam’s favorite part of the day. His place wasn’t much—two-floor walk up, peeling paint, a moody oven—but it did have a view. The bedroom wall was one … [continue reading]
Armada takes the position that the “alien invasion of Earth” scenario is played and long overdue for a tongue-in-cheek send up. A high school senior named Zack, is a gifted gamer, specializing in POV shooter … [continue reading]