Guest Post – AI is Alive – Dylan Callens

Today's guest post is from the wonderful Dylan Callens, author of Operation Cosmic Teapot and Interpretation. If you missed it, check out our Featured Friday interview with Dylan last week! AI is Alive There is no doubt that the technological singularity is approaching.  That moment, when a single computer is far smarter than all of... Continue Reading →

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Genre Focus – Slipstream

by Caleb Sica While browsing the depths of the genres science fiction and fantasy I came across a particular inhabitant that was quite intriguing—Slipstream. An unorthodox category, Slipstream’s embodiment of its identity derives from the virtue of its vagueness. Made recently popular to those previously unaware by a Wall Street Journal Article, (which I cannot... Continue Reading →

The Benefits of the EU (not that one)

by Sam Honour Have you ever had the feeling, when you’ve reached the end of a book or film, when you say “man, I want to know what happens next” except you can’t and never will? Book’s over, roll credits, shop’s closed. Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was a way that you could continue... Continue Reading →

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