The Library of America sponsored an even celebrating women in science fiction! It includes this cool panel discussion with Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Pamela Sargent, Sheree Renée Thomas, and Lisa Yaszek, that you can watch here. An interview with Lisa Yaszek on “the watershed moment” of 1970s feminist science […]
The Library of America features Ray Bradbury’s short story, “The Emissary.” “Bradbury originally wrote “The Emissary” for his first book, Dark Carnival (1947) and then revised it in 1951 for publication in the short-lived literary journal New-Story. He then rewrote it extensively for inclusion in The October Country […]
At the Library of America blog, “[Jonath R. Eller] answered our questions about the enduring critical and popular success of Ray Bradbury’s short fiction and how his short stories gradually moved from such pulp magazines as Weird Tales and Planet Stories to “slick” magazines like Harper’s and The […]
Joanna Russ’ SF classic, “When It Changed” is the story of the week at the Library of America blog. ” When the poet and playwright Jewelle Gomez reviewed Russ’s 1983 collection The Zanzibar Cat, which included the story, she wrote about how ‘When It Changed’ both defies any […]
Read Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Unnatural Mother” and a lot about Gilman at Library of America. “Meanwhile, back in San Francisco, Charlotte was beginning to realize that her social reputation had doomed her prospects for a living. She later reported that Helen Campbell, her fellow editor on The […]
Enjoy this free horror story, “In Hades, He Lifted Up His Eyes,” by author and friend of the Gutter James Bennett! You can also listen to it ready by Veronica DeGeneres–just got to the top of the sidebar here!