After spending years as a chef in Atlanta, Georgia, Ruari now studies physics at the University of Iowa.
Women of Science
By no means comprehensive, this list is just a few of the names to know in the large (and largely obscure) world of women science fiction writers. Spanning generations, histories, and styles, these women have made essential contributions to the genre in a wide variety of ways. Unfortunately less recognized than their male counterparts, the writers listed here along with many others have made their names impossible to ignore for all posterity.
What to Cook for Your Valentine
Staying in this Valentines Day is no reason to skimp on the romance. Impress your Valentine with this cost and time efficient three-course meal that will have you feeling like a top chef. The key to success here is twofold: use fresh ingredients, and be creative! Depending on where you live, some ingredients will be more available than others, just know that going the extra mile is sure to pay off in wow-factor.
Five Must-Read Science Fiction Novels
If you’re anything like me, you probably find yourself scouring the internet every couple of months (or weeks...) in search of your next great read. While the web is a great source of inspiration and information, sci-fi queries wind up with the same old same titles unfortunately often. No disrespect to the brilliant Isaac Asimovs, Frank Herberts, and Philip Dicks of the genre, but with thousands upon thousands of blogs, journals, and social media pages dedicated to literary suggestions and reviews, why is it so hard to find some fresh titles in science fiction?