Abigail Nussbaum on Fringe: "After some thought what I've concluded is that Fringe is a good show that is also incredibly badly written"
Juliet McKenna takes the women in sf discussion to SFX
And finally, for reasons that aren't entirely clear to me, the Guardian has reprinted a 1971 opinion piece by Michael Moorcock: What does the future hold for science fiction? "In the past year or so, however, there has been an increase in another kind of SF, written by people whose early reputations were made in the SF magazines but whose work has long since ceased to abide by the category conventions, and which many deny is "proper" SF at all."
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