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Book Review: Pulp Science Fiction

This is a riotous adventure
through time and space!
A tribute to the great pulps
of the 50's and 60's.
Read my review



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Looking for some good Science Fiction?
You can't go wrong with an award winner.

The Hugo Awards
Looking for an Award winning novel? How about the Hugos? The World Science Fiction Society® (WSFS®) has been awarding the Science Fiction Achievement Award™ also known as the Hugo Award®every year since 1951. If you want the best Science Fiction You should check out the list. It is complete with links to the novels The Hugo Awards 1951-2004

The Nebula Awards
The Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA)® awards the Nebula for outstanding science fiction each year. Here are some of the more recent award winning novels:

Want to subscribe to a science fiction and fantasy magazine?
If you want the freshest science fiction you have to subscibe to a magazine. Every month they bring you the best in articles, stories and more. Keep on top of the latest developments in the field. I have a selection of the best science fiction magazines that are available for home delivery. Check out the science fiction magazines.

This link will take you directly to the section of science fiction and fantasy magazines where you can browse through magazines like Dungeon, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Rue Morgue and Starlog.Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazines at

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Books: SciFi & Fantasy Books
 Science Fiction & Fantasy at You can also browse through their selection of Hugo Winners and Nebula Winners.
Movies:Science Fiction & Fantasy Movies at


Brand New - Gift Ideas for the Science Fiction fan in your life. Looking for a great gift to get a science fiction fan? Here are some tips on the types of scifi fans, what they like, don't like, and a variety of interesting gifts in a variety of price ranges starting under five bucks.

Do you or someone you know suffer from SciFiMS? It is the not well understood "Science Fiction Mania Syndrome". Learn more about it in this hilarious article

Here is a collection of the best links on the web! It has over 1,000 links to a wide variety of science fiction and fantasy stuff. It has just about everything from Time travel to robots, free stuff, unicorns, clubs, conventions and awards - you name it. It's here.

Special sites, research sites, author sites, movie sites - lots and lots of stuff! There is so much stuff that Will had to categorize it all and break it down into multiple pages. Check it out here




Spotlight on a Classic Movie
This month's retro blast from the past: Forbidden Planet. If you haven't seen this movie then you can't call yourself a true science ficiton fan. This movie came right out of more
At The Movies

Coming Soon:

A Sound of Thunder
(A science fiction movie based on the Ray Bradbury Story)
In the near future, a company called Time Safari takes hunters back through the ages to kill dinosaurs. The scientist running the operation (Kingsley) pegs dinos that are about to die and allows the hunters to kill them so as not to disrupt the future. But when someone accidentally steps on a butterfly, Travis Ryer (Burns), the lead dinosaur hunter, must team up with Sonia Rand (McCormack), the inventor of the time-machine technology, to stop the mistake from destroying humanity.

Aeon Flux
Four hundred years from now, disease has wiped out the majority of Earth's population, save for the residents of Bregna, a city-state protected by a giant wall and ruled by scientists. Aeon Flux (Charlize Theron) is an operative for the Monican Rebellion, an underground group led by the Handler (Frances McDormand) who wants Aeon to kill the government's leader.
Release Date: Dec. 2, 2005

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