January is Vintage Science Fiction Month!
It’s a month dedicated to reading, watching, blogging, or talking about anything vintage science fiction. There isn’t a hard and fast rule for what makes it “vintage” but a general guideline is if it was created in 1979 or earlier then you’re good. Some people will just choose something created before their birth year. The rules aren’t hard and fast. The point is to have fun.
It was started by Andrea over at the Little Red Reviewer and is now co-hosted by Jacob over at Red Star Reviews. There’s also a Twitter account you can follow @VintageSciFi_.
Today I’m excited to invite Andrea Johnson to the blog for a guest post to discuss an often overlooked Vintage Sci-Fi Month reading option…anthologies. Continue reading
I love a good seafaring tale. I always have. There’s just something about stories of ships and the sea that captivate me and I can’t help but be swept away on the currents within their pages. So when I saw RJ Barker fresh off his Wounded Kingdom series had written a seafaring yarn I knew I had to read it. Continue reading
A couple of days ago I quietly hit the two year mark for the blog. I wasn’t going to say anything and just let it slip by. I’m not really big on celebrating big events in my life, I don’t like a lot of attention on my birthday, or Father’s Day or things like that. But the more I thought about it the last couple of days the more I wanted to say SOMETHING about this milestone. And the thing I most wanted to say? Continue reading