Currently browsing: Non-Fiction
View archives for:
Go
22 Nov 2017
The problem, as Hassler-Forest makes clear, is that the logic of capitalism itself constrains and warps the creative impulse at multiple levels, from internalised cultural norms to the demands of the market, and no text, however pure the original impulse, can remain outside the capitalist framework.
20 Nov 2017
Beginning with this issue, Strange Horizons will be adding a content warning feature to all of its published material.
20 Nov 2017
Like The Race, The Rift contains a science fiction tale within, and it also asks of us that we view genre as a way to express and interrogate reality.
20 Nov 2017
Whatever, the two old authors linked here share the grieved mien of persons who do not simply resemble the job they do: they have become their work. Most of us should be so lucky.
17 Nov 2017
The problem with reviewing first volumes is that one doesn’t always get an entire story.
15 Nov 2017
“It’s about a curry-mafia princess who falls in love with the leader of an all-girl gang of anarchists, and finds out that her father is the sex slaver that the anarchist gang are hunting down.”
15 Nov 2017
“What frustrates us about art is that it becomes an elite thing where the ordinary people can’t relate to it, like in a gallery. I feel weird in galleries.“
15 Nov 2017
[South Africa] may have dealt at least partially with apartheid. But too many legacies of colonialism remain.
15 Nov 2017
Here be people who confront South Africa, analyse it, and in some cases, ignore it.
15 Nov 2017
Rather than try to determine who lives in Cape Town and who does not, this is a long list of South African writers whom I did not interview.
Load More