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Taking VR to Another Level: Terms of Service by Craig Stanfill

Terms of Service, a sci-fi dystopian novel by Craig Stanfill - The Fantasy Network News

Indie sci-fi novels are always a unique treat. Here’s a look at TERMS OF SERVICE, a new novel that tackles what the world of AI and humans could be like in a future that limits AIs rather than letting them run free. Below, author Craig Stanfill shares what inspired his story. Much of the action in Terms of Service takes ...

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Sheer SFF Poetry: The Sci-Fi Haiku of Marcus Vance

Across the Vacuum a sci-fi haiku collection by Marcus Vance - interview on The Fantasy Network News

If high school was the last time you thought about poetry, you’re missing out on getting your sci-fi fix in short, potent shots — and you should think again about that. The taut, streamlined sci-fi haiku of author Marcus Vance, along with this SFF flash fiction and other short works, are worth checking out. His new haiku collection, Across the ...

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REVIEW: “The Last Jedi” Novelization by Jason Fry

Jason Fry’s novelization of The Last Jedi is a retelling of Rian Johnson’s film, with a greater emphasis on the characters and less humor. Like most novelizations, the book sticks pretty close to the story we saw on screen back in December. However, Fry gets to spend time inside the characters’ heads, shedding light on how the characters viewed certain events. ...

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Author Interview: Ryan Dunlap

Ryan Dunlap is an innovative author, filmmaker, and marketer who has taken full advantage of new media tools and technologies to advance his unique brand of introspective and well-structured stories. Modern storytellers who are interested in writing and finding an audience in our highly-competitive media landscape would do well to take a page out of Ryan’s book…so to speak. Ryan has ...

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INTERVIEW: Sci-fi Author P. W. Singer

Peter W. Singer is a military technology strategist and futurist who has written extensively on his many areas of expertise (you can read a comprehensive bio, here). But it’s Peter’s work as the science fiction novelist of Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War, co-authored by August Cole, that first caught my eye. Ghost Fleet “melds nonfiction style research ...

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INTERVIEW: Sci-fi Author Jason LaPier

Legendarium Media is actively seeking talented writers to join our team, and one incredibly talented writer to come our way is Jason LaPier, author of the upcoming novel, Unclear Skies, releasing February 25th as book two in The Dome Trilogy. Jason will be joining our team as a regular contributor, and I thought that an interview would be a great way to introduce ...

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NYCC 2015: Marvel Announces “Obi-Wan and Anakin” Comic Book

Prior to the establishment of the Lucasfilm Story Group, the only way to find out more about the adventures (and headaches) of Obi-Wan Kenobi and his new apprentice Anakin Skywalker was to go to novels like Rogue Planet and the Jedi Quest young reader series. Now Marvel is revisiting those ten years between The Phantom Menace and Attack of the ...

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“Lightless” by C.A. Higgins: A Review

I’m the first to admit I’m not much of a sci-fi reader. I love sci-fi shows and movies (Killjoys, Gravity, Star Trek, Star Wars, etc), but reading the genre usually seems like more of a chore than a pleasure; I feel my eyes glazing over when scientific and mathematical concepts start getting “explained” with no visual representation for my brain ...

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