Science fiction

Marguerite Yourcenar

I was into science fiction and fantasy novels when I was younger. This adoration of unknown and nonexistent worlds came about as a result of a rejection of the world I knew: when I was six my family moved from New York City to Maine, and I went from being a happy, popular, and talented student to an outcast and a failure. This was an overnight transformation. I was still the same person, but my surroundings were different.


Caprica’s Cancellation

Just when I was recovering faith in television, Syfy announces the cancellation of Caprica. Annalee Newitz supplies a fitting paean to a show that doesn’t deserve such an ignominious end.

Although Caprica was occasionally uneven, it truly was brilliant at times and it tackled topics like virtual worlds and religious fanaticism that are rarely treated with any subtlety on television.


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