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Neal Ulen
Editor/Webmaster - Neal is a writer and recovering engineer who likes pizza, the insidious power of sarcasm (and pizza), and debating science fiction (and pizza). You can also find his writing on Omni, Geeks, and other media platforms.

Subterranean Magazine Winter 2013

Subterranean Press has released the Winter 2013 magazine issue.  The magazine is free (online) and is a great source for science fiction, fantasy and horror short fiction.  This issue contains some very lengthy tales in the form of two novelettes …

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Defiance MMO Beta: Jan 18-20

The SyFy Channel and Trion Worlds (Rift) are embarking on a new, ambitious concept this April:  Launching a new television series that is linked with a massively multiplayer online (MMO) shooter.  This concept has never before been tried by a …

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Precision Machined Dice

Kickstarter is awesome.  There’s no denying that.  Where else can a young engineering geek get to practice some of her fundamental engineering knowledge by using CAD to design up near perfectly balanced dice, engage a machine shop to discuss the …

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Apex Magazine #44 Released

Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field.  New issues are released the first Tuesday of every month. Issue #44 can be found online …

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Oblivion

Oblivion starring Tom Cruise

In 2005 Joseph Kosinski began writing a creator-owned graphic novel entitled Oblivion.  Eight years later we get to see his speculative vision on the big screen.   Kosinski has come a long way since then, I can’t imagine that he …

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Firefly Universe Online…Lives!

Browncoats everywhere can rejoice!  Firefly Universe Online has risen from the dead.   It appears that Fox has given their blessings to DarkCryo Entertainment to continue developing their browser based MMORPG that takes place in the Firefly universe.  Presumably this …

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Camouflage by Joe Haldeman

Let me start by saying I really like Joe Haldeman‘s works.  In my mind he’s becoming similar to a new Michael Crichton (RIP), but with fewer words and without the late author’s typical bibliography at the end of each novel. …

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