Monthly Archives: November 2018

A Good Christmas Present: The Advent Calendar by Paula Harmon

Twenty-five short stories, one for each day of the Advent Calendar, inspired by the sort of pictures seen behind the windows in old-fashioned Advent Calendars. Not a chocolate in sight!  Instead, you get angels, Martians, zombies, dragons, ‘Elf and Safety’, … Continue reading

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More on Science Fiction

Following on from the previous blog:  what do you think science fiction is? Looking at possible futures, and how changes in science and technology will affect humans,  looking at possible other worlds with different scientific advances? I like the term … Continue reading

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Science Fiction by C. S. Lewis

What do you think that Science Fiction should do?  Should it give you a flavour of strange worlds, warn you of possible futures or be a fantastic setting for exciting and risky adventures? Is it about the future on earth, … Continue reading

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