Explore pessimistic possibilities and hopeful futures in four hard-hitting tales of our present moment.
A look at Sydney Padua’s graphic novel about the (mostly) true story of the first computer.
When I first read this Michael Swanwick classic, it was as a Fantasy Masterworks edition. But if you’re looking for …
Just when you think the genre wars are over, they aren’t. Genre snobbery is alive and well.
Gollancz comes to India with its first-ever SF anthology for the region.
Indian SF literature, yes it exists (surprise!). It has a rich past, but does it have a future?
Life is beautiful and life is stupid. And in space, everyone can hear you sing.
Perhaps, it’s time to take a break from reading bleak visions of the future and give dystopian literature a rest.
As anyone who has tried writing collaboratively will tell you, it’s a tricky one to pull off, for more reasons …
Where did she go? Out. What did she do? Everything.
Over the course of his career of almost 20 novels, SF writer, historian and critic, Adam Roberts has always done …
What science fiction does, doesn’t and can do.
A very brief introduction to modern science fiction from the People’s Republic of China.
A review of the Sri Lankan author’s first book in the alt-history Commonwealth Empire trilogy, The Inhuman Race.
A novel with a fresh take on a classic science fiction theme, Semiosis is a tale of first contact with unlikely, unexpected ‘aliens’.
There may have been a time when sci-fi and fantasy was considered too low-brow or a genre on the fringes. …
We look at four notable Indian SF books that stood out in 2018.
Action & adventure in an alternate world, and yes, giant robots mark this coming-of-age tale as Peter Tieryas returns to the world of the United States of Japan.
The findings of the latest report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change makes for alarming reading. Can climate-fiction help reverse some climate change?
A sci-fi techno-thriller, Bandwidth is a timely geopolitical tale about the power of ‘the Feed’