Posts Tagged 'Startling Sci-Fi spotlight'

Artist Spotlight: Stefanie Masciandaro

Stefanie Masciandaro is a New York-based artist with a love of all things fuzzy and sugary, not at the same time though. Sometimes she likes to pretend she looks like an old Renaissance painting. You know, those Italian ones with

Artist Spotlight: Stefanie Masciandaro

Stefanie Masciandaro is a New York-based artist with a love of all things fuzzy and sugary, not at the same time though. Sometimes she likes to pretend she looks like an old Renaissance painting. You know, those Italian ones with

Author Spotlight: Strange Science

These authors all wrote stories that make use of hypothetical new developments in science, technology, and medicine. Each story looks at the engagement between people and the things they create, or try to create.

Author Spotlight: Strange Science

These authors all wrote stories that make use of hypothetical new developments in science, technology, and medicine. Each story looks at the engagement between people and the things they create, or try to create.

Author Spotlight: Life in the Great Beyond

Dreaming about life on other planets has long obsessed the human imagination, particularly those of our authors, and it goes right to the heart of science fiction. While these stories are all about aliens, their similarities end there.

Author Spotlight: Life in the Great Beyond

Dreaming about life on other planets has long obsessed the human imagination, particularly those of our authors, and it goes right to the heart of science fiction. While these stories are all about aliens, their similarities end there.

Author Spotlight: Thinking about the Future

No one knows what tomorrow will bring, but science fiction’s job is to take a shot at figuring it out. In these stories, our authors do just that: they give you a glimpse of what might be coming down the road. Whether you laugh hysterically, run away in fear, or scratch your head in confusion is up to you.

Author Spotlight: Thinking about the Future

No one knows what tomorrow will bring, but science fiction’s job is to take a shot at figuring it out. In these stories, our authors do just that: they give you a glimpse of what might be coming down the road. Whether you laugh hysterically, run away in fear, or scratch your head in confusion is up to you.

Editor Spotlight: Casey Ellis

Readers may recall Casey Ellis as the line editor for both Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South and Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, and also from his story “The Creature from the Lake” in Salon Style:

Editor Spotlight: Casey Ellis

Readers may recall Casey Ellis as the line editor for both Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South and Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, and also from his story “The Creature from the Lake” in Salon Style: