Neuromancer Is Still Mind-Blowing

Neuromancer Is Still Mind-Blowing

William Gibson published his classic novel Neuromancer almost 40 years ago, but it still feels fresh today. Science fiction author Matthew Kressel has been a fan of the book ever since reading it back in 1987. “When I first read Neuromancer, everything I had read...
Romeo and Juliet Needs More Zombies

Romeo and Juliet Needs More Zombies

Over the past three decades Scott Edelman has published more than a dozen short stories that pay tribute to his literary heroes, including John Steinbeck, Edgar Allan Poe, and Ray Bradbury. Edelman recently collected those stories in the book Tell Me Like You Done...
Are Humans the Meanest Species in the Universe?

Are Humans the Meanest Species in the Universe?

Melinda Snodgrass got the idea for her science fiction novel The High Ground when she started thinking about how awful human beings can be. “I had a sudden vision of this nine-foot-tall alien ant-like creature with mandibles and claws—just a hideous, horrifying...