science fiction

The bridge between imagination and technological advancement, where the dreamer’s vision predicts change, and foreshadows a futuristic reality. Science fiction has the ability to become “science reality”.

  • Matt Cates
    Published 3 years ago
    The Electric Poet

    The Electric Poet

    This story is excerpted from the novel Haveck: The First Transhuman by Matt Cates (Sable Mare Media, 2015).
  • Nick Brown
    Published 3 years ago
    Rewatching... Doctor Who: The Faceless Ones - Part 4
  • George Gott
    Published 3 years ago
    Reviewing 'Art, Collectibles, Decor and More' OMNI Auction

    Reviewing 'Art, Collectibles, Decor and More' OMNI Auction

    The iconic OMNImagazine has been out of print for over 25 years, yet to this day readers are still intrigued by the science fiction magazine's allure, pioneering expertise, and captivating ideas of futurism.
  • Andrew David
    Published 3 years ago
    This Earth Is Hell

    This Earth Is Hell

    “And death shall have no dominion” -Dylan Thomas
  • Paul Levinson
    Published 3 years ago
    Looking Back at Sense8 Season 1

    Looking Back at Sense8 Season 1

    With the complete second season of Sense8 about to debut on Netflix in just two days -- the first two episodes of the second season were a December 2016 special -- I thought it a good time to look back at the first season, as prelude to a review of the 2nd season in a few days.
  • Theresa McGarry
    Published 3 years ago
    Quantum Stills of a Thin-Spun Life - Part 4

    Quantum Stills of a Thin-Spun Life - Part 4

    For uncounted minutes Parke looked down at the Captain’s chair from which he personally accessed the Core. And he knew he was postponing the private interface for myriad reasons, but primarily because he wouldn’t be able to unknow once he knew. Was that one of the reasons that previous captains had stopped interfacing? To remain unknowing? To be ignorant purposely? Because to know would mean taking action, rather than going on as they had been. He shook his head slowly, a gleam of tears in his eyes for his father, because it negated everything that a captain should be to refuse to understand, to refuse the responsibility of knowledge, even if it was unpalatable.
  • Teri Saya
    Published 3 years ago
    Pills from Heaven

    Pills from Heaven

    My despair was deeper than the pit of hell. I watched through blurred vision, the angelic face of my son. His hairless eyebrow twitched. He seemed to be sleeping peacefully. Peace brought on by chemicals to dull the pain that wracked his little body.
  • Patricia Sarkar
    Published 3 years ago
    Best Sci-Fi RPGs

    Best Sci-Fi RPGs

    Sci-fi RPGs are quite a popular genre for videogames right now, especially as a result of such hit games as Final Fantasy, Star Wars, and BioShock. With all of the options on the market today, you likely want to know which are the best sci-fi RPGs so you know which games to invest in.
  • Andrew David
    Published 3 years ago
    Venus-Fall

    Venus-Fall

    The circular door shuddered violently with an uncustomary blackboard scraping “whhhirphhiss” in its desperate attempt to open. It stopped halfway; giving off a grinding squeal and a hiss of petulant steam. The sound set Alex Brant’s teeth on edge, forcing his face -o crust over into an angry grimace, from his usual morose sour sneer.
  • Michael Cnudde
    Published 3 years ago
    Right of Return

    Right of Return

    The sun shone in a brilliant blue sky, as SS Obergruppenfuehrer Karl Dietz stepped smartly up the broad white marble steps that led to SS High Command. He smiled as he looked at the red and silver banners that hung from the lampposts on either side of him. They marked the 100th anniversary of the final triumph over the plutocratic Western Allies and their traitorous Japanese lackeys. He stopped at one swastika-and-eagle tipped lamppost, where a foreign guest worker—a South Slav by the cast of his brow—struggled to hang one of the banners.
  • M Alan Kazlev
    Published 3 years ago
    The Matrix and Gnosticism

    The Matrix and Gnosticism

    The Walchowski's Matrix Trilogy stands out as one of the classics of modern sci-fi storytelling. Not only does it powerfully present the hero's journey in a similar manner to other epic tales like Lord of the Rings and Star Wars, but this incredibly complex series also incorporates various philosophical, Buddhist, Christian, and science fictional elements. Most of all, it serves as a modern re-visioning of the ancient religion of Gnosticism, an obscure theological-cosmological system that describes a dualistic cosmos, in which spiritual sparks have become trapped in matter but can be released through saving knowledge, or "Gnosis." Whether or not the Walchowskis were aware of the teachings of Gnosticism, they are basically telling a very similar story.
  • RJ Saxon
    Published 3 years ago
    Keyboard Killer (Chapter Eight)