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Valentin Ivanov’s Review of “Seveneves” by Neal Stephenson

Every End is a Beginning: "Seveneves", a novel by Neal Stephenson - A review by Valentin Ivanov The inquisitive spirit of the old golden-age science fiction...

Incorporated: Or How I Lost My Soul to Climate Change by Nina Munteanu (Canada)

Incorporated is a science fiction thriller that offers a chilling glimpse of a post-climate change dystopia. Created by David and Alex Pastor and produced...

Living With Scarcity & Uncertainty: The Merits of 3% (Brazil)—Nina Munteanu (Canada)

Candidates have three minutes to make nine cubes out of a pile of blocks in the centre. Those who complete the puzzle in time...

Rachel Cordasco’s Review of „Black Tea and Other Tales” by Samuel Marolla (Italy)

Rachel Cordasco : "I first read the title story in The Apex Book of World SF 4 (ed. Mahvesh Murad, 2015) a year ago,...

The Expanse: No Game (of Thrones), just a Damned Good Story–Nina Munteanu (Canada)

The Expanse is a stylish and intelligent science fiction (SF) TV series (on Syfy Channel) set 200 years in the future when humanity has...

Evolution, Digital Immortality, and Freenet – Nina Munteanu (Canada)

Canadian author Steve Stanton’s fourth science fiction book Freenet explores humanity in the far future after we have created the “Macpherson Doorway” through folded...

„ Worm in an Autumn Wind” – A Review by Valentin Ivanov (Bulgaria)

    Vintage artificial reality with Eastern European taste from thirty years ago – review of the science fiction novel "Worm in an Autumn Wind" (Червей...