Review: Spots the Space Marine

by Kyt Dotson When looking for a bite-sized diversion with science fiction candy, readers need only look as far as the web for Spots the Space Marine by M.C.A. Hogarth. The chapters are short and to the point,…

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Book Review: Neuromancer by William Gibson

by Kyt Dotson With any genre, it always generates a sense of classical zeal to be able to point to the seminal work that started it all—with cyberpunk, Neuromancer by William Gibson is exactly that book. With the…

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Book Review: Altered Carbon by Richard K Morgan

by Kyt Dotson Altered Carbon: A Takeshi Kovacs Novel represents a little bit of a diversion from my usual highly academic, social science fiction with sprawling high technology civilizations trying to learn themselves from the inside out and…

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Book Review: Lady of Mazes by Karl Schroeder

by Kyt Dotson Karl Schroeder displays his peacock plumage for anthropological science fiction writing in his seminal work, Lady of Mazes. He paints a world that connects a multitude of people with a tight grip of technology and…

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Book Review: A Door Into Ocean by Joan Slonczewski

by Mark Aragona We’ve seen many facets of war in science fiction—from fleet-to-fleet space battles to death rays to whole-scale planetary invasions and genocide. In Joan Slonczewski’s award-winning A Door Into Ocean, we are asked—can there be war…

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Book Review: Accelerando by Charles Stross

by Kyt Dotson At its core, science fiction is a speculative look at how technology and futurism affects humanity. Are we the same people we were in the early 1900’s when entertainment meant going out and accompanying one…

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