Art of Science Fiction 033: Nuttavut Baiphowongse

Today we’re focussing on weird and exotic alien creatures. Nuttavut Baiphowongse is a freelance creature designer and senior 3D artist from Bangkok, Thailand and his creature designs are amazing and just a little freaky. So naturally he has worked on some big name projects like the Falling Skies TV Series, Jupiter Ascending, Maleficent, Noah, 300: Rise …read in detail

Stanislaw Lem’s Disconcerting Universe

Stanislaw Lem writes moody, psychological science fiction that both thrills and appeals to the intellect. Lem is mostly known for Solaris, the novel that inspired three movie adaptations, including the most recent George Clooney version, a film that, unfortunately, failed to capture the book’s best themes. Lem combines exposition, stunning visual descriptions, philosophical ideas, and truly …read in detail

The Art of Science Fiction 020: Tomi Väisänen

Every time I prepare an Art of Science Fiction post, excitement ripples through me. I love sharing good art. It’s literally sharing the love. Today is no exception. Tomi Väisänen is yet another artist whose work not only generates excitement but also contains everything I love about science fiction. He hails from Helsinki, Finland and is a …read in detail

The Art of Science Fiction 018: Richie Mason

Richie Mason is a 3D artist based in the UK. He specializes in creatures, monsters, and robotic imagery, but for the purposes of this showcase, I’m focusing on his robotic pieces. Welcome! This is M. J. Kelley filling in with a guest post for the talented, sharp-eyed Woelf Dietrich. We’re featuring some very interesting and highly detailed …read in detail

Women of Science Fiction 005: Interview with Ellery Kane

Ellery Kane does sci-fi dystopian her own way. Her Legacy series is a dark adventure that never leaves you bored. Her series has won several awards, including the Gold Medal in the Independent Publisher Book Awards, young adult, eBook category. To find out more about Ellery, her work, and read her awesome blog, check out …read in detail

3 Ways The Martian Transcends A Boring Style

By now you’ve heard of Mark Watney’s plight in Andy Weir’s book The Martian. Weir’s blockbuster, self-published book has accomplished what few books ever will. It’s a New York Times best-seller, and there is now a film adaptation starring Matt Damon and Jessica Chastain with director Ridley Scott (Alien and Blade Runner) at the helm. Astronaut …read in detail

Women of Science Fiction 004: Interview with Patrice Fitzgerald

Patrice Fitzgerald is an author, attorney, and singer. She’s also recently taking on publishing other writers through her boutique press eFitzgerald Publishing, LLC.  A very busy woman, Fitzgerald is a complete inspiration to the rest of us in the indie publishing industry with her amazing talent and dedication to supporting her fellow authors. To find …read in detail