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2 Apr 2020
We could see the characters in this novel as faceless and passive victims, or as cynical villains exploiting others in the kind of comforting, simplistic narrative familiar to us from contemporary media channels. But Charnock’s first-person storytelling encourages us to view them as complex individuals with agency of their own.
30 Mar 2020
The Strange Horizons team presents new speculations with climate at its heart.
30 Mar 2020
Solarpunk reminded me that growing your own food is a thing, that we can make or grow something rather than buy it, that technology can help us redirect the trajectory of the world.
30 Mar 2020
If scientists are forced to grapple with context, with ethics and consequence, it can only make their jobs harder.
25 Mar 2020
Air Logic asks questions about how one might build a future in full knowledge of the wrongs of the past.
23 Mar 2020
For this first quarterly roundup of speculative fiction, put together in such difficult times, Maria Haskins' unofficial theme is hope and happiness, resilience and resistance.
23 Mar 2020
It is a profound action to feel with someone, in addition to feeling beside someone.
23 Mar 2020
True allies, then, know when to support people by being there and by not being there. Safe spaces provide community, openness, and respite.
20 Mar 2020
We all know how a binary-gendered environment reinforces binary genders. What, therefore, is the effect of spending an hour or two in a “playful and kaleidoscopic” fluidly gendered environment?
18 Mar 2020
Poetry, perhaps more than any other form of literature, is anchored in experience, sensation, and metaphor. And this is truly difficult—is really pushed to its limit—in science fiction poetry.
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