Compiled by my co-host Cora Buhlert and also appearing on her own Blog, Pegasus Pulp – crucial and interesting SF&F links on diverse topics for the past week.
A taster of what you will find there…
And here is our weekly round-up of interesting links about speculative fiction from around the web, this time with some discussion about Terminator: Genisys as well as yet more Hugo debate.
Speculative fiction in general:
- Diana Biller shares an essential Cyberpunk reading list.
- Karen Burnham discusses space and space travel in modern science fiction.
- Sam Thielman takes a look at far right fringe science fiction and its links to the Charleston shooting.
- Oliver Johnson looks back on the work of Robert A. Heinlein.
- David Axe shares his issues with Robert A. Heinlein’s Farnham’s Freehold.
- Molly Lynch shares 10 influential pulp novels that have stood the test of time, including several SFF novels.
- Jonathan Wolfe discusses Cuban science fiction.
- Alexandra Erin discusses Katherine Addison’s novel The Goblin Emperor and responds to complaints that it’s not really fantasy and not really a novel.
- Gail Z. Martin discusses her problems with the term “Mary Sue”.
- Alisha T. Raydan points out that if Hollywood won’t do superheroines justice, then maybe YA fiction could.