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Dawn Brazil interviews L.E. Fitzpatrick, author of The Running Game.
Invaders From Planet 3 interview Robert J Sawyer, author of Quantum Night.
Inverse interviews Gerald Brandt, author of The Courier.
Mike Davis interviews Kathe Koja, author of The Cipher.
NPR Books interviews Joe R. Lansdale, author of Honky Tonk Samurai.
Paul Tremblay interviews Peter Straub, author of Interior Darkness.
The Qwillery interviews S. K. Dunstall, author of Alliance.
Chris Carter’s Millennium is the Angel to The X-Files‘ Buffy. This. So much this.
Doctor Who: 10 Things You May Not Know About Dalek.
Every Doctor Who episode written by Steven Moffat, ranked.
First U.S. book clubs about “Cli-Fi,” or climate fiction: First meeting.
The Force Awakens: Is Rey a Superhero?
Hey, Sci-Fi And Comics Fans: It’s Time To Embrace The Dark Side.
How Agent Carter Created One of the Most Fascinating Villains on Television.
How Authors Use Real Places To Build Imaginary Ones.
How Dungeons & Dragons Helped Shape David Mitchell’s Epic Storytelling.
How Kolchak: The Night Stalker Inspired The X-Files.
How One Mashup Artist Got Legal Permission to Pair Calvin & Hobbes with Dune.
How the biggest X-Files conspiracy became whether the leads are dating.
In Defense of Chris Carter’s Latest Season of The X-Files.
The Internet Archive hosts 176 issues of If, as part of its pulp magazine archive. If was an American science fiction magazine launched in March 1952 by Quinn Publications, owned by James L. Quinn. The magazine was moderately successful, though it was never regarded as one of the first rank of science fiction magazines. It achieved its greatest success under editor Frederik Pohl, winning the Hugo Award for best professional magazine three years running from 1966 to 1968.
Lessons From the Cinematic Writing of I Am Number Four.
Oscars 2016: Why has no sci-fi movie ever won Best Picture?
The philosophy of Doctor Who: Is the Doctor good or evil?
The Problems of Blade Runner Made It a Better Movie.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the prequel we’ve wanted.
Russell Potter on The Virtual Growlery: Tolkien, Moorcock, and “Crypto-Fascism.”
We Need to Talk About That X-Files Finale.
Why Rogue One Is as Important to Star Wars as Episode VII.
Why Serenity is much better than The Force Awakens *Cue gun fight music.*
Why The X-Files: I Want to Believe Should Have Been the End of The X-Files.
The X-Files Fans Split on Finale: Reactions Range From “God-Awful” to “Amazing.”
The X-Files Revival Miniseries Ranked From Worst to Best.