A week ago today, Harlan Ellison passed away at the age of 84. The author had suffered a stroke and …
Pulled from the forests of the Jurassic as an artist, called back to a totalitarian dystopia, trained to kill, and sent back into the past—Eddie Bush has become an unlikely assassin with an unpredictable future.
Unknown events bring together four women from four alternate timelines; the results are startling, outrageous, radical, and subversive.
In a future where death has become all but extinct, the last days of those with terminal illnesses are televised before a pain-starved public. But one terminal woman, Katherine Mortenhoe, resists.
Industrialist Simeon Krug’s dream is to contact the source of an alien code broadcast to Earth, building his communications tower on the backs of android servitors yearning for their freedom.
“Here we are: in the enclosure. It has been some two years and four months since we were placed here and now, past the initial riots and educative tortures, things are comfortable.”
With the promise of immortality, Forever Center is the ruling power in the world. And one of its executives just stumbled onto one of its deep, dark secrets.
Leo Dillon (March 2, 1933 – May 26, 2012) and Diane Dillon (née Sorber; born March 13, 1933) created some …
A time-traveling vigilante named Mister Justice takes evidence from the past to condemn criminals in the future; the government uses a young superboy to take him down.
Three short novels of science fiction dealing with religious transcendence, circa 1973. Authors: Robert Silverberg, Roger Zelazny, and Edgar Pangborn. Editor: Terry Carr.
The best SF novel Hitler (n)ever wrote! Spinrad’s alt-history satire casts Adolf Hitler as a pulp author living out his fantasies of world domination via trashy post-apocalyptic novels.