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My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up at SF Signal

In this week’s column, I describe how one day, I might write a column on the convoluted topic of “recursive” science fiction, or science fiction about science fiction. I describe in detail what I might discuss, if I were ever to write such a column. Head on over to¬†SF Signal and get yourself meta.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up at SF Signal

In this week’s column, I provide “A Few Words on a Thousand Pictures,” a discussion of art in science fiction and in particular the art and artists who provide the wonderful covers to books and magazines. Go check it out, if you are so inclined, and join in the discussion.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up at SF Signal

With the World Science Fiction convention a little more than a week away, at which the winners of the 2011 Hugo Awards will be announced, this week’s column discusses the value of awards in science fiction and fantasy. Go check it out and add your thoughts to the discussion.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up at SF Signal

In this week’s column, “Conversations with Dead Science Fiction Writers“, I list some of those writers I never got to meet, and what I would like to talk with them about today, if I could. Head over to SF Signal and check it out.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up at @sfsignal

In this week’s column, I talk about “Con(ventional) Warfare” and ask the question: what is it that makes science fiction fans so passionate about their genre? Head over to SF Signal to check it out. And be sure to leave your opinion and thoughts in the comments.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up at @sfsignal

This week’s installment is part 2 of my 2-parter on time travel stories. They are what I consider to be some of the most important (and enjoyable) time travel stories that I’ve read. You can read my list over at SF Signal. Add your favorites to the comments over there.

Check out my latest Wayward Time Traveler post (on time travel!) at @sfsignal

This week’s post is part 1 of a 2-parter, where I discuss “Traveling Through Time and Other Vacations of the Mind.” If you like time-travel stories or have an interest in them, check it out. Less controversy, more fun.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column in up at @sfsignal

In this week’s Wayward Time Traveler column, I discuss why I love living in the “gutter” of science fiction. Head over to SF Signal and read the column if you are so inclined. And add your comments while you are there!

The next Wayward Time Traveler installment is up at @sfsignal

The next installment of my Wayward Time Traveler column is up now at the award-winning science fiction website SF Signal. In this installment, I talk about getting to meet your heroes. Pop over there and take a walk with me In the Garden of the Demigods.

And a big congratulations go out to John DeNardo and SF Signal, voted the Best Literary Blog in the SFX Blog Awards.

1st Wayward Time Traveler column now in Hebrew

Remember when I mentioned my first translation request? Well, today, on the website of the Israeli Science Fiction Society, you can read the first installment of my Wayward Time Traveler column, translated into Hebrew. This is my first foreign translation and it’s very exciting to see something I wrote appear in a foreign language. This particular piece, title, “Old School Science Fiction Flame Wars” first appeared on SF Signal. Thanks go out to John DeNardo and the folks at SF Signal for granting permission for this translation.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler post is up at @sfsignal

Over at SF Signal today, my latest Wayward Time Traveler post take a look at The Last Veterans of the Golden Age of science fiction and how they (and we) can help preserve the history of our genre. Go check it out if you have a moment and if there are people missing from the list there, please add them in the comments.

My latest Wayward Time Traveler column is up on SF Signal

Over at SF Signal, I pose the question, “Who said science fiction never predicted the Internet?” in the most recent installment of The Wayward Time Traveler column. Go forth and join the debate.