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Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Beyond Thunderdome

I might have ended last time on a down beat note, but with the world thoroughly left in tatters after Alien, Drug, and Climate breakdown apocalypses, we have finally broken through into the much more fun and light-filled world...

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: World-Enders

I don't know about you lot, but occasionally I like to read that the world could, infact, get worse. There's a certain comfort in hard times you can get by reading the world not just slightly, but impossibly, apocalyptically...

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction (And Fantasy): Contemporary Lesbian Fiction

  Hello there! Marcy here, and this month, Goonhammer Reads will be tackling a subgenre that may not be overly familiar to many of you: contemporary lesbian fantasy and scifi fiction. Now, I know what you’re thinking–that maybe sounds totally...

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Far out

We've been to the past, we've dived into translations, we've looked square in the eye of feminist Science Fiction and learnt a lot from the experience, and now we've reached a high water mark - the decade that produced some of the greatest Science Fiction works of all time. This week with Kurt Vonnegut, Carol Emshwiller, Harlan Ellison, Roger Zelazny and Mike Brooks!

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Golden Years

This issue of Goonhammer Reads Science fiction, we're talking about the ray guns, aliens, flying saucers and walking plants from the early 1950s - the widely adored Golden Age.