Archive for October, 2017

Jimi Alan B8 months ago
Rise, the Fall
The sound of marching soldiers erupted through the air. A thirteen-year-old girl stood in front of the soldier's path. The soldiers pointed their machine guns at her face. A grin of contempt grew acro...
George Herman8 months ago
Best Utopian Science Fiction Books
If you've finally gotten tired of reading the best space Westerns, turn nowhere else but to the beauty of a disembodied utopian society, which has been displayed in various works and genres throughout...
What Was the Solar System's Mysterious Interstellar Visitor Last Week?
Last week, something unusual was detected moving through the Solar System, a small object which didn't seem to behave like any known comets or asteroids. In fact, its behaviour suggested that it origi...
Peter Rose8 months ago
The Future of Truth Telling
Telling the truth. How easy is it going to be to detect a lie? In the future, we will have artificially intelligent machines. This means some machines will be more intelligent than some humans. It mea...
G.F. Brynn8 months ago
Alex The Inventor - Chapter 8 (Pt.1)
Chapters 1 - 7 can be read at: Deep Sky Stories & Illustrations
Reid Moore8 months ago
UFO Watch: Did NASA Snap an Alien Spaceship on Mars?
What looks like the classic image of an alien UFO was snapped by NASA cameras as the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) passed over the Red Planet two years ago. The mysterious object bears an uncanny ...
Cat Charity Jude8 months ago
Clarisse's Used Finery
Clarisse’s Used Finery was not the used finery store you’d expect to find. Nor was it run by a nice old lady named Clarisse who had a bowl of lollipops. It didn’t sell used clothes and it didn’t have ...
Lewis Jefferies8 months ago
Christopher Eccleston Has Revealed When He Will Return to 'Doctor Who'
When Doctor Who returned with the revived series back in 2005, Christopher Eccleston was the first actor to take on the main lead of the Doctor. Many fans across the world label Eccleston the best Doc...
Skunk Uzeki8 months ago
Coolest Gifts For Fantasy Readers (That Aren’t Books)
Fantasy readers are known for one thing, and one thing only: their love of books. If given the option, they'll often want to read all day. Fantasy's one of those genres that draws you in and keeps you...
Paul Levinson8 months ago
Review of Outlander 3.7
A rip-roaring, excellent episode 3.7 of Outlander last night, in which Jamie reveals a secret — to us, the audience, at this point, and not yet Claire — and his life as A. Malcolm the printer goes lit...
Jesse Gray8 months ago
Light-Year
“Light-year: It was once assumed just that of a measurement in which how far light had traveled in a year through space, which in fact was that of multiple definitions (polysemous); in which had also ...
Lewis Jefferies8 months ago
'Doctor Who': Jodie Whittaker's "Wicked" Sense of Humour Will Bring a Stunning Doctor
Time is ticking for the Twelfth Doctor, as his time is nearly up. Peter Capaldi announced his departure from Doctor Who back in January and the BBC kept fans waiting patiently until July, which is whe...
Faith Young8 months ago
Artio's Adventure
Artio had always felt like an outsider. Her mother and two sisters already passed the test. Mother, Erui as she was known among the glade’s townsmen, was not only her mother, but mother Earth. Branwen...
Jimi Alan B8 months ago
Tilted Stage
Dripping down over her skin, the droplets felt cold with the morning sun looming overhead. Her light auburn hair blended with her soft skin, making her feel almost invisible. The distant roar of the c...
Dylan 8 months ago
The Rise of the Mythical Sorceress
Screams echoed throughout the valley bouncing off the colossal stone formations which resembled mountains, I thought to myself it must be time, at the peak of these formations were concealed with ash ...
Sean Patrick8 months ago
Movie Review: Shortwave
Shortwave is at once exceptionally ambitious and completely insane. The film about a shortwave radio engineer and his wife dealing with the consequence of his having invented shortwave technology that...