The Coming Decade Could See An Unprecedented Political Transformation

Huffington Post asked 10 science fiction writers to predict what will happen in the next 10 years, and the most striking answer came from Robert Charles Wilson, author of the new book The Affinities. Wilson predicts a huge change in our understanding of human nature, which in turn will transform our politics. »5/08/15 8:00pm5/08/15 8:00pm


All the Most Essential Science Fiction and Fantasy Books in November!

November's books are full of fantastical greatness. There's a sinister alternate history by Robert Charles Wilson, a new Gene Wolfe novel, and a historical epic by Nicola Griffith. Plus the definitive collection of 21st century science fiction. Here are all the science fiction and fantasy books you can't miss in… »11/05/13 12:00pm11/05/13 12:00pm

Why Publishers Are Always Looking For The Next Old Man's War

Many of us have been reading science fiction for years, and we bring all of that weight of experience and knowledge to every new book we read. But to keep growing, science fiction has to reach readers who know nothing about the genre — so publishers need to find good "entry level" books, says Tor editor Patrick… »5/24/13 2:30pm5/24/13 2:30pm

When the Apocalypse Throws You Back in Time

When we try to imagine the world after an apocalypse, we often end up thinking of a particular era from history. It's not surprising — because the end of the world as we know it often means we'll lose a lot of the fruits of progress. People often talk about bombing someone "back to the Stone Age," for example. »5/24/12 6:00pm5/24/12 6:00pm

2009's Best SF Novelists: Kage Baker, Nancy Kress, Cherie Priest, Robert Charles Wilson And Kim Stanley Robinson

Locus Magazine announced the finalists for its reader-selected Locus Awards — and the five best science fiction novels of 2009 include three female authors. The winners will be announced during the Science Fiction Awards Weekend in Seattle WA, June 25-27, and tickets are still available. Here are the finalists: »4/19/10 6:21pm4/19/10 6:21pm

Robert Charles Wilson's Hugo award-winning novel Spin has been optioned for a movie, to be produced

Robert Charles Wilson's Hugo award-winning novel Spin has been optioned for a movie, to be produced by Leslie Urdang with Olympus Pictures and Rob Morrow's Bits & Pieces Picture Co. In Spin, aliens put a membrane around the Earth which causes time to pass much more slowly on our planet than in the rest of the… »5/20/08 3:24pm5/20/08 3:24pm