Learn to Build Speculative Worlds in SCI-Arc’s LA-Based Fiction and Entertainment Postgraduate Program

 #sponsor November 29, 2021 Colossal “Mercury XX,” short movie designed and directed by Miriam Kuhlmann, SCI-Arc Fiction & Entertainment 2020 SCI-Arc’s Master of Science in Fiction and Entertainment is a one-year, three-semester program throughout which college students work with world-renowned professionals from the leisure trade to develop experience in worldbuilding, storytelling, movie, animation, visible […]

Fantasy, Historical Fiction, & More

Devil in Disguise Devil in Disguise by Lisa Kleypas is $2.99! This is the seventh book in the Ravenels series and Catherine offered it a B-: Devil in Disguise is a low-stakes, attractive love, with cameos from a few of my preferred characters from the other Wallflowers and Ravenel stories. It did struggle with one considerable defect […]

The Apocalyptic Retweets of William Gibson

Image: Gizmodo/@GreatDismal Because you probably check out Gizmodo, you, too, might experience semi-annual awareness that—my god—I’ve invested years of my life thinking of Facebook and Republicans. You’re most likely likewise mindful that no put on the web catches this fear much better than William Gibson’s Twitter feed. What do I finish with this fucking details, […]

17 Indigenous Science Fiction And Fantasy Books: The List List #477

Tor Books Read the very first book in Robert Jordan’s globally bestselling legendary dream series, The Wheel of Time®. Now an initial Prime Video series starring Rosamund Pike as Moiraine! Since debuting in 1990, The Wheel of Time® has actually mesmerized countless readers around the world with its scope, creativity, and engaging characters. The last 6 books in […]

New Literary Fiction Book Recommendations | November 2021

24 Nov 2021 New Literary Fiction Book Recommendations | November 2021 Looking to contribute to your literary fiction list this November? Check out these brand-new books by indie successful authors Mercedes King, Michelle G. Stradford, Patricia Dixon, Jennifer Millikin, Lily King, and Dinah Jeffries. Enjoy your brand-new literary fiction book suggestions! Jackie’s Paris (The Jacqueline […]

New Science Fiction & Fantasy Books to Read | November 2021

24 Nov 2021 New Science Fiction & Fantasy Books to Read | November 2021 Have you been looking for some thrilling new sci-fi and fantasy reads? You’ll have the ability to discover implausible new worlds with these wonderful new releases from bestselling authors Wayne D. Kramer, Erick Drake, Phyllis Cherry, J.N. Chaney and Terry Maggert, […]

‘Everything Is Fiction’

In 2012 Granta released a short story by Keith Ridgway called “The Spectacular.” Its storyteller, Clive Drayton, is—as Ridgway has actually acknowledged—a literary author not unlike himself. “The books I write are well reviewed,” Clive informs us. “Nobody buys them.” He for that reason chooses to desert his unprofitable high-mindedness and, by composing “simply, easily, […]

A post-pandemic play unravels truth and fiction

While You Were Partying, 2021. Performance view, Soho Rep, New York. Brian Fiddyment and Peter Mills Weiss. Photo: Julieta Cervantes. NEARLY THREE YEARS AGO, the collaborators Julia Mounsey and Peter Mills Weiss (together with Mo Fry Pasic and Sophie Weisskoff) offered [50/50] Old School Animation on the Under the Radar Festival on the Public Theatre […]