The New Yorker has a profile of author Gene Wolfe. “His narrators may be prophets, or liars, or merely crazy, but somewhere in their stories they help to reveal what Wolfe most wants his readers to know: that compassion can withstand the most brutal of futures and exist […]
Juxtapoz Magazine has a gallery of Frank Rudolph Paul’s science fiction illustrations, 1936-9.
Game Of Thrones author George R. R. Martin has written a series of posts on the current state of the Hugo Awards and the nomination process.
Ian Sales has created a list of one hundred great science fiction stories written by women. Open Culture has links to twenty of them for your (free) online reading pleasure. (Via Broad Universe)
Jess Nevins writes about Sato Minoru’s The Foreign Farm (1931), Japanese science fiction in the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries and “the White Peril.”