Friday, March 6, 2009


The March issue of the Internet Review Of Science Fiction has just gone live. The content includes Michael Heibert's short story, "Off-Season at Jay Lake" (a one-time special feature; the websize's focus remains nonfiction), as well as an interview with writer Ken Scholes, Kristine Kathryn Rusch's latest Signals column, a new essay by Gary Westfahl about "What Science Fiction Leaves Out" (you may have read his earlier piece about the absence of journalists in depictions of the future, as well as his piece about the real prospects for financial freedom through sf writing "How to Make Big Money Writing Science Fiction, and Other Dangerous Delusions"), Lois Tilton's most recent short fiction round-up, and much else besides.

From IROSF's current headlines: the story of Kenji, a robot at Toshiba's Akimu Robotics Research Institute.

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