What if Carl Jung was on to something? Pandemonium by Daryl Gregory, reviewed by Peter Sean Bradley Del lives in an alternate America where demonic possession is a real phenomenon. It seems that there has … [continue reading]
THE MOTE IN GOD’S “I”THE GOD OF THE LARGE AND SMALL G. Scott Huggins In his short story, “The Theologian’s Nightmare,” (Fact and Fiction 1961) the philosopher, astronomer and atheist Bertrand Russell presents the absurd … [continue reading]
THE ETHICAL COMMITTEE Ray Blank “Ask the subject to come in.” A thud came from the other end of the line, like the phone had been dropped. “Oh. Sorry. Lydia’s gone outside. I mean, Ms … [continue reading]
So I recently saw this amazing animation, a story about a group of Imperials doing battle with the Rebels, in 80’s anime style. It is amazing and well worth the 7 minutes!
THE GAME OF LIVES George Nikolopoulos Alex Miles was perched on the ledge of a top-floor window of the building that housed his company’s offices. ?is wife Cathleen was hanging out of the nearest window, … [continue reading]
THE HEMINGWAY HUNTER E.J. Shumak If someone is lucky enough to leave behind quotes when they exit this physical plane, they are often unlucky enough to be judged and remembered by them. “There is no … [continue reading]
Glasshouse by Charles Stross Reviewed by Mike Phelps What makes us who we are? This is a question asked many science fiction authors. Charles Stross asks this question in his 2006 novel Glasshouse, a book … [continue reading]
Denny E. Marshall Calvin hated living in the town’s underground bunker. He was nine when forced to retreat to the shelter to survive. Now twelve years later he wants to see the surface, the sun, … [continue reading]