The science behind the science fiction of transporters is called quantum teleportation. Here are a couple fun short videos, and an article on the subject.
Is Neo the One? Is Zion just another level of the Matrix? These are the best fan theories about The Matrix trilogy invented by people on the Internet.
Is speculative fiction the same as science fiction and fantasy? Here’s a popular definition of speculative fiction, some reading recommendations, and an introduction to the debate about the term among the SF community.
A few weeks ago, I read from my scifi thriller novel The Auriga Project to a full room at Malvern Books in Austin, TX. This is a recording of my piece of that event.
This excerpt from my scifi thriller novel, The Auriga Project, continues below with the self-titled second chapter.
In celebration of the release of the my new scifi thriller novel, The Auriga Project, here’s an excerpt from the book, the complete first chapter.
Today, I have the pleasure of presenting the cover of my upcoming novel, The Auriga Project. Let me just pull the curtains aside…
This is an excerpt from episode two of Tales from the Republic, “Lost Memories,” a scifi thriller short story.
Check out BBC’s timeline of the far future, and consider how it can be useful for a scifi writer contemplating story ideas. Even a writer with a sinus infection.
Whoever cut the trailers left out all the fun stuff—wormholes and Goldilocks zone planets and the malleability of relative spacetime. I went in expecting to watch a midwestern melodrama, and exited the theater having experienced a post-apocalyptic scifi thriller.