Gift for Dad Who Wants Nothing

Gifts for a Dad Who Wants Nothing

With Father’s Day right around the corner, it can be especially tough to find gifts for a dad who wants nothing. If he is a reader, this is a sure winner.

UFOs in Washington DC, 1952

UFO Sightings: A Peaceful Union or a Battlefield Earth?

Big government maintains that there are no such things as intelligent alien life forms, while evidence to the contrary abounds. There are 2,625 reported UFO sightings in 2000, 3,069 reported sightings in 2010 and 4,881 in 2017—all listed with the National UFO Reporting Center.

Recommended Books for Teens

Recommended Books for Teens

Recommended books for teens: Out of millions of books, these are my personal favorites–books that captivate interest and will nurture a love of reading.

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Larry Niven on Hard Sci-Fi

Larry Niven shares insights on writing hard sci-fi in this rare author interview.

Battelfield Earth 40th Anniversary

40 Years of Battlefield Earth. Why is it a Classic Sci-Fi Novel?

Grant Bremner, science fiction author and life-long fan of the genre, on why Battlefield Earth stands among the best classic sci-fi novels.

Sci-Fi Weaponry

Sci-Fi Weaponry: Laser Guns to Planet Busters—How do they measure up?

From laser guns to vaporizing a planet, the best sci-fi books have awesome weapons. And as technology develops, so will our ability to dish out damage.

Roger Christian

An Interview with Academy Award Winner Roger Christian on the Making of Battlefield Earth the Movie

Academy Award Winner Roger Christian on the Making of the Battlefield Earth movie.

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Science Fiction Classic Books, Foundation and Battlefield Earth

With the new Apple TV series for the Foundation coming out, I dug into what makes must-read classic science fiction, using Battlefield Earth and Foundation.

Creating SF Cult Classics

The Irony of Negative Reviews: Creating SF Cult Classics

How movies that were critically reviewed upon release have become cult classics, such as “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “Blade Runner” or “Battlefield Earth.”

Button camera from Battlefield Earth

Cameras of Future Past

Science fiction has pushed technology to reach the impossible. Sci-fi cameras are at the forefront with 45% of the world’s population owning one—don’t you?