Rob Latham reviews “The Dime,” by Kathleen Kent.
A review of Elizabeth Hand’s new “Cass Neary” novel, “Hard Light”.
Rob Latham reviews Michael Moorcock's "The Whispering Swarm."
JAKE ARNOTT’S The House of Rumour, published in 2012 in the UK and released last March in the US by New Harvest Books, is a bit of a departure for...
WHEN I INTRODUCED Rudy Rucker at the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts in March 2005, a scholarly gathering where he was the...
Reprint publications are crucial to maintaining an institutional memory for these popular genres.
“He was afraid neither of overripe sentimentality nor of despairing bleakness.”
Crazy people generally don’t know they’re crazy and Dick’s abiding awareness of the dubious nature of his visions makes him at worst a pathetic figure
Until the end of his life, Ballard insisted that science fiction was the most important form of literature to emerge during the twentieth century.