Vol. 2, Issue 2: Redux & Progression

Our potential to do good in this world is always held back by the propensity for humanity to fall back on vice and old mistakes. Science fiction acts as the test grounds for what the world could be, predicting dreamed dystopias coming into reality, and producing the ingredients for innovation. The horror genre wouldn’t be…

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Vol. 2, Issue 1: Commerical Cosmonauts & Hired Guns

The final frontiers are populated with lawlessness and redemption. Science fiction is immersed in tales of those who have ventured to galaxies far far away, bringing home their stories and monsters from the infinite black abyss. The horror genre is filled with black widows, dark avengers, and holy warriors ready to fight against evil. Fantasy…

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Vol. 1, Issue 2: RE_ACTED

The secrets being kept from us reveal a world in of themselves. Science fiction has a long speculative history of new technology and species, the likes of which humanity has never seen. The horror genre always aims to excite and instill fear, with depictions of possessions and cruel vengeance. Fantasy literature can always teeter on…

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Vol. 1, Issue 1: Miscommunication

Miscommunication is key to conflict. In the realm of science fiction, there’s been the urge to gloss over language with universal translators, or the dominance of the English language far into the future. In horror, communication is largely an issue with supernatural entities and cell phones without service. In fantasy literature, where whole new languages…

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