Ancestors Watch Over Her: Aliette de Bodard’s Space Operas

by Athena Andreadis Note: this is part of a series in which I discuss works of the contributors to The Other Half of the Sky. Links to other entries in the series appear at the end of each discussion. The article originally appeared at Starship Reckless and recent discussions within the SFF community make it... Continue Reading →

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Monday Original Content: Tim Maughan on British SF and the Class System

Science Fiction Is Here, It’s Just Not Evenly Distributed By Tim Maughan “Being middle class in Britain has changed. Politicians and the media and many Britons still talk about "the middle class" as if it is a steady, secure, cohesive social group. They assume it is growing ever more populous and influential. "We are all middle... Continue Reading →

Monday Original Content: Interview with Spanish author Rodolfo Martinez

Charles Tan interviews Spanish author Rodolfo Martinez, whose novel The Queen's Adept is now available for the Kindle in an English translation by Jordi Balcells. An Interview with Rodolfo Martinez By Charles Tan Hi Rodolfo! Thanks for agreeing to do the interview. First off, how did you first become acquainted with speculative fiction? I was very... Continue Reading →

Monday Original Content: Non-Western SF Roundtable (Part 1)

SF is the literature of the imaginary. How can the imaginations of writers from outside the Western narrative contribute new perspectives to this literature? - Fabio Fernandes Fabio Fernandes has recently given Locus a prompt for a round table, above. The resultant round table discussion was notable for a near complete absence of non-Westerners -... Continue Reading →

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