Saturday, July 11 2020

Guest Post: Gail Z. Martin

The Implausibility of Dragons

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I love, love, loved this week’s episode, done in black and white. Like a nod to 50s noir and focused on not only giving Coulson pretty much his own episode, but also one in which we get a little bit more of Agent Sousa, and his history. What it is about him that helped inspire …

Following on from my Top Ten favourite SF movies, it’s time to do my favourite SF TV shows. And just like choosing just ten movies, choosing just ten TV shows is still difficult, whether that’s from the pool available for the last two or three decades, or the last just the last five. 1. THE …

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French-Canadian director, Denis Villeneuve’s version of DUNE has its release date, for later this year, and I for one am so excited, even if I do have to watch it streamed rather than see it on the big screen, in a cinema!  This is the first in a series of movies being directed by Villeneuve, …

Everyone has their own favourites, everyone will tell you what it is about this movie or that one, that they so admired that they just had to include it on their Top 10 favourites, whether that’s the last decade, or all time favourites. So of course, I’m going to add my 2 cents worth, and …

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About the Author LINDSAY ELLIS is an author, Hugo finalist and video essayist who creates online content about media, narrative, and film theory. After earning her bachelor’s in Cinema Studies from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, she earned her MFA in Film and Television Production from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts with a focus …

About the Author Jay Posey is the author of the Legends of Duskfall trilogy and the Outriders series. He is a narrative designer at Ubisoft/Red Storm Entertainment, where he has spent over a decade contributing as a writer and game designer to Tom Clancy’s award-winning Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six franchises. He lives in North …

About the Author KAREN OSBORNE is a speculative fiction writer and visual storyteller living in Baltimore. She is a Nebula finalist and graduate of Viable Paradise as well the Clarion Writers’ Workshop. Osborne has won awards for her news & opinion writing, and her short fiction appears in Uncanny, Fireside, Escape Pod, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, …

About the Author NICOLE GLOVER works as a UX Researcher. A bike commuter and running enthusiast, she enjoys baking and figuring out what book to read next. The Conductors is her debut novel. About the Book A compelling debut by a new voice in fantasy fiction, The Conductors features the magic and mystery of Jim …

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