An overview of the 1968 novel "The Left Hand of Darkness" by Ursula Le Guin, as well as a poem I wrote inspired by the title but which I called "The Right Hand of Darkness"
Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton - A book review.
Adjust to the time change because Seth Tomko reviews The Forever War.
With an amazing trilogy to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Trek, breaking it up to examine its revelations is difficult. Let us take a look at what happened to McCoy in our timeline...
The spice must flow because Seth Tomko examines Paul Muad’Dib Atreides in the context of Joseph Campbell’s heroic monomyth.
Few of the best writers of the Golden Age of Science Fiction are still alive, but their works are even more compelling & applicable today than yesterday. Fred Pohl also started the sci-fi fan craze.
This is the fifth part in a multipart fictional investigative story as told by a time traveling investigator. As Schrodinger might say 'Any similarity with reality is probably true'.
How much of our current technology originated from works of science fiction? You may be surprised at the connections.
Scavenge for survival in post-apocalyptic America because Seth Tomko reviews The Coming of the Horseclans.
As the Dune series progresses many protagonists become or fear becoming oppressive forces, and Campbell’s monomythic cycle explains how such a transformation happens.