Joan Vinge’s The Snow Queen: The girl-power counterpart to Star Wars

Do you enjoy space opera, fantastic technologies, millennia-old mysteries, and terrifically wicked villains who want their offspring to embrace their dark side? Do you like women too? Then you'll love 1981's Hugo winner, The Snow Queen, by Joan D. Vinge. » 11/28/10 5:56pm 11/28/10 5:56pm

Kate Wilhelm's Sweet Birds: How protecting a species can endanger it

The musical, measured Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, by Kate Wilhelm — which won the Hugo in 1977 — is an artful admixture of clones and poetry, with a message that'll never get old. » 9/26/10 10:00am 9/26/10 10:00am

A Mega Violent Comedy, From The Office's Producer

A new British sitcom has the weirdest storyline ever — and the most intriguing pedigree. Clone is the brainchild of Adam Chase, an executive producer of American sitcom Friends, and he's enlisted Ash Attila, a producer of the British Office, to make it. The show's main character will be a wimpish clone soldier created… » 7/14/08 11:28am 7/14/08 11:28am

Back, Back, Back To Life With The Best of the Worst Scifi Resurrections

Anyone who reads comic books knows that no one is ever really dead. Every character from Superman to Green Lantern has returned to life from the whereverafter they went to when sales figures dropped. Plus every zombie movie ever made brings your loved one back from the beyond, although they are never quite the same.… » 2/22/08 1:00pm 2/22/08 1:00pm