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Our Stories Are Full of Voids: What Time Travel Points Out

Guest Post by Tucker Lieberman Time travel can be a challenge for novelists to handle, but it also delivers rewards. Three novels by Charles Yu, Kate Mascarenhas, and Lindsey Drager are great examples of how time travel can be used … Continue reading

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These Boots Were Made For Fighting

Guest Post by Trish Heinrich We have all seen it. The superhero woman with the outfit that barely covers her ample bosom and bottom, her well-muscled legs encased in thigh high boots with towering heels. “How does she fight in … Continue reading

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The Strange Alchemy of World Building

A Guest Post by Jessie Kwak I’ll be the first to admit that I’m less than scientific when it comes to my science fiction. In fact, the reason that I create science fictional worlds isn’t usually because I want to … Continue reading

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How Science Fiction Can Save Us All

Guest Post by Eve Taft I firmly believe that humans need science fiction. I think it inspires us, in a both a broad and narrow sense—Star Trek led not only to kids who dreamed of being astronauts but also, quite … Continue reading

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