Month: August 2011
Sci-fi is a tricky bugger. If you don’t draw your reader in early on, if you get too technical with mechanics of space flight, or if you ramble
On Tuesday 16th August, the Scottish novelist Chris Brookmyre was kind enough to take a few minutes before the RBS sponsored event at the Edinburgh Book Festival A Fictional
Thirty years ago, science fiction on television was largely aimed at children, or at most, a family audience. In Britain, Doctor Who and the shows of Gerry Anderson
Join GeekChocolate as we look back over the short run of a much maligned science fiction show and ask whether it would have been more successful had the
Roachwell is the disarmingly normal title of the new comic from the creative team of writer Craig Collins and artist Iain Laurie.
Alan Moore once said that the ‘comic