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When men and women don’t need each other: A review of Sadhna Shanker’s Ascendance

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Read Eliot Peper’s Breach while it’s still fiction

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Ted Chiang’s Exhalation could possibly be the best collection you read this year

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“The task of the engineer is much like that of a poet”: A Q&A with SF author Ken Liu

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Pulling their own strings: India’s first all-female feminist SF anthology is a celebration of feminine strength



Allen Steele, Arkwright and the art of keeping the ‘golden’ spirit of sci-fi alive

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New Worlds Weekly recap: The best of all the worlds

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Neither CGI nor Van Damme played a role in the iconic Predator, 30 years old today. Here’s why

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Bester’s best: The Stars My Destination, the big daddy of cyberpunk novels

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What if you found out one of your friends is 14,000 years old? Watch this film.

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Schlock & Awe: How the ‘King of B-movies’ influenced sci-fi and cinema

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Gattaca, genetic glass ceilings and borrowed ladders: Is genoism inevitable?

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New Worlds Weekly: The worlds we travelled to this year

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What’ll India look like in 2047? Here’s Ian McDonald’s scenario, and it’s one hell of a story!

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Westworld Redux: Artificial Intelligence and real questions about human-ness

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Don’t you forget about me: Ready Player One for a nerdgasmic trip to the 80s

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Science fiction’s many realities: Elon Musk, Simulated Reality and why there may be no spoon

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Men go and come, but Earth Abides: Science fiction’s most poignant post-apocalyptic story

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Reality is a bubble: The sci-fi of Philip K Dick, the fictionalising philosopher

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