Remembering a Sci-Fi Great

by Asiya Haouchine

“I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.” — Douglas Adams Like many great things, Douglas Adams’ life was gone too soon—today marks his 65th birthday. The humorist and novelist wrote one of the funniest, most recognizable science fiction series that has garnered a massive fan following, even after… More Remembering a Sci-Fi Great by Asiya Haouchine

The Best American Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Wonderbomb or Bust?

Review by Caitlyn Durfee

“Wonder is a blasting cap. It is an emotion that goes off with a bang, shattering settled beliefs, rattling the architecture of the mind, and clearing space for new ideas, new possibilities. Wonder is often thought of as a peaceful emotion, a sense of resounding inner quiet. Of course we would associate it with silence.… More The Best American Sci-Fi/Fantasy: Wonderbomb or Bust? Review by Caitlyn Durfee

“All Sex is Alien”

On February 24th, 2015, Benjamin Grossberg paid a visit to the University of Connecticut Co-Op bookstore to read some of his work and answer some questions for his audience about his writing and editing life. Grossberg, an Assistant poetry editor and book reviewer for the Antioch, has published many pieces in other review magazines and… More “All Sex is Alien”