Genre Focus: Immortality

“Valar Morghulis” by Caleb Sica There is arguably no more concrete climax in fiction than death. As a substantial endpoint towards our inevitable mortality, death is conformably viewed through the eyes of the human race with an overwhelmingly negative connotation. We mortals fear death. As learning beings, our evolutionary control on Earth is our curiosity.... Continue Reading →

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 →

Genre Focus: SolarPunk

by Caleb Sica What is SolarPunk? Well, the SolarPunks’ Tumblr said it best. “Solarpunk is a movement in speculative fiction, art, fashion and activism that seeks to answer and embody the question “what does a sustainable civilization look like, and how can we get there?” The aesthetics of solarpunk merge the practical with the beautiful,... Continue Reading →

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