Experience and explore great science fiction short stories with a podcast unlike any other with Star Trek’s Geordi La Forge.
Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories – published in India by Zubaan Books – cements Vandana Singh’s status as one of the most compelling voices in contemporary literature, SF or otherwise.
By the time I finished the four short stories contained in that book, I was a Cordwainer Smith fan for life.
Take a break with a light take on serious topics, with a science fiction novel that’s a satire and a thriller, all at once.
In which SF writers offer their perspectives on how today’s science and technologies could evolve and impact our tomorrows.
‘Combined weight of all the new surveillance technologies heading our way is a recipe for disaster, beyond Orwell’s wildest nightmares’
A Q&A with scientist, science fiction author and futurist Dr. David Brin on sci-fi, space programs, privacy, Aadhaar, AI and more.
With the comic series having recently concluded, a look at the immensely gratifying science fiction epic from Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen.
An electrifying read about a world where the balance of power is inverted, and men are the weaker sex.
In a world where data is king, can people survive as more than bits of information?
Many say this short fiction anthology a must-have for fans of science fiction & fantasy. I disagree.
Of decaying dreams & the mundanely mysterious: The eerie irresistible sci-fi art of Simon Stålenhag’s Tales From The Loop
When was the last time a major sci-fi series was based on paintings in an art book?
Contemporary SF Classics featuring books by Ian McDonald, MR Carey, Liu Cixin, Adam Roberts, Nnedi Okorafor, Annalee Newitz and Gareth L Powell.
Featuring Q&As with Allen Steele, Samit Basu, Karl Schroeder, Bruce Sterling, Malka Older, Yudhanjaya Wijeratne and Adam Roberts.
‘…the last true science fiction writer’ were the words the writer and critic, Damien Walter used to describe Adam Roberts …
Before Krrish, before Ra.One, before Nagraj and Shaktimaan, Big B was was Supremo!