Posts Tagged: astronauts
Why Finnish women matter to the history of science fiction.
Holiday science books: let visions of squid and sarcophagi dance in their heads.
Astronauts survive thanks to a black female mathematician.
This robot could make your toddler Mark Zuckerberg....more
This week, we have two stories of time machines and space stations, but mostly of people who clean up messes. Amber Sparks’s second collection of short stories, The Unfinished World, published on Monday by Liveright, is a vivid and imaginative blend of sci-fi and fantasy, magical realism and surrealism....more
When I started the book, I hadn’t planned on it being only dialogue. I knew it would be primarily a series of interviews, or interrogations, but I figured there would be some interstitial text of some kind. But then as I went along, I found ways to give direction and background, and even indications of the time of day and weather, without ever leaving the dialogue itself.