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From the Archives: Editors’ Choice: A Time of Changes by Robert Silverberg

Posted on January 4, 2017 by Darren Nash

This week’s Editors’ Choice is Robert Silverberg‘s wonderful A Time of Changes. In the far future, humanity has spread across the galaxy to worlds that began as colonies, but now feel like home, each with its own long history of … Continue reading

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On This Day: Theodore Sturgeon

Posted on February 26, 2016 by Darren Nash

Theodore Sturgeon was born Edward Hamilton Waldo on this day in 1918. Sturgeon was not, in fact, a pseudonym; his name was legally changed after his parents’ divorce. Sturgeon was an American science fiction and horror writer and critic and … Continue reading

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Vintage Cover Lucky Dip!

Posted on February 24, 2016 by Darren Nash

Happy Wednesday, everyone! Once again we’re diving into the Magical Mystery Box of Magnificence! Today’s lucky dip features are titles by the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning Gordon R. Dickson and the fantastically talented Keith Laumer (coming to the SF Gateway … Continue reading

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On This Day: Joanna Russ

Posted on February 22, 2016 by Darren Nash

Joanna Russ, radical feminist author and scholar, was born on this day in 1937. An entertaining and challenging novelist, Russ began her writing career in the 1950s, although her feminist concerns only really emerged through her work with the publication … Continue reading

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Six Novels That Will Take You Beyond The Event Horizon!

Posted on February 19, 2016 by Darren Nash

Last Thursday the world awoke to the exciting announcement that Gravitational Waves had been detected for the very first time, essentially proving Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity. Gravitational Waves are ripples in the fabric of space and time, and are … Continue reading

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From Pringles to Satellites

Posted on February 17, 2016 by Darren Nash

Although science fiction authors are known for their wildly creative stories that include things we’ve all wanted to experience in the here-and-now – instantaneous travel, am I right? – a few of them have invented things that we already use … Continue reading

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Sheri S. Tepper’s Marianne Trilogy, Reviewed

Posted on February 15, 2016 by Darren Nash

Today we bring you a review of Sheri S. Tepper’s Marianne trilogy!   Marianne, the Magus, and the Manticore If you enjoy Kristen Britain’s Green Rider series, you are bound to be captivated by the tale of Marianne Zahmani (originally … Continue reading

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ICYMI: On the Blog This Week

Posted on February 14, 2016 by Darren Nash

In case you missed it, here are some of the highlights from the SF Gateway blog this week!   Heinlein’s Double Star & Rocketship Galileo, Reviewed – This post does what it says on the tin! A review of two … Continue reading

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New Title Spotlight: Return to Eddarta

Posted on February 12, 2016 by Darren Nash

The Return to Eddarta is the sixth novel in the Gandalara Cycle from Randall Garrett and Vicki Ann Heydron. If you’ve yet to start this brilliant epic about Earth’s distant past, it begins with The Steel of Raithskar.     … Continue reading

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Heinlein’s Double Star & Rocketship Galileo, Reviewed

Posted on February 8, 2016 by Darren Nash

DOUBLE STAR The leader of the opposition had been kidnapped. He’d just finalised a brilliant agreement with the Martians and all that remained was the formal completion ceremony. Not appearing at that ceremony, for any reason at all, would be … Continue reading

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