Suvudu.com is proud to present the following guest essay by Jack Campbell, whose latest book is The Lost Fleet – Beyond the Frontier: Guardian.Read More
Get a first-look at the prequel to the upcoming movie starring Will and Jaden Smith with this week’s excerpt. Read the first 50 pages of AFTER EARTH: A PERFECT BEAST and meet the villainous alien before you see the movie.Read More
But not one like you’ve ever seen!
Red Planet Blues by Robert J. Sawyer publishes today. Part noir novel, part science fiction, it takes us to a Mars we have yet to see. Learn more after the jump from Robert in a short interview!Read More
Thrilling Tales of the Downright Unusual – kind of a one stop shop for pulp science fiction stories – has an amazing new toy for you to play with: The Pulp-O-Mizer! Use an easy to navigate menu system to create your own golden age book cover chock full of robots, rockets and rayguns! Check it out her.Read More
We love our science fiction and fantasy, and we love our pets. Sometimes we combine these loves when we name our pets. I know I do. I’ve got a tabby cat named “Grendel” (He lives up to his name – he’s feisty!) and a bearded dragon named “Smaug”. (Pictured here having an infrequent and very much hated bath.) I’ve even named other animals after mythic creatures: My dog’s name is “Pixie”, and one of our dearly departed cats was named “Booka” (A phonetic spelling of ‘bwca’), a goblin of Welsh folklore.Read More
Author G.T. Almasi has created some awesome imagery for his fast-paced science fiction/alternative history espionage novel Blades of Winter. Check out the pictures of his characters and a map of the book’s world in this slideshow.
Created with flickr slideshow.
Have you not read Blades of Winter? Yikes. You need to get on that. Pronto.
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Perusing the internet(s) a few minutes ago, I came across a CNN article written by none other than Greg Bear. Greg is a New York Times best-selling author whose work has garnered praise, awards, and a large fan base.
In the article, he talks about the Curiosity landing on Mars and its import when it comes to the history of science fiction! Great stuff after the jump!Read More