It is with a heavy heart that I announce Isotropic Fiction will be going on hiatus for the foreseeable future. The key word here is hiatus. Know that we will be back. It is a question of when and not IF.
Thanks to the protective power of public domain, nearly all of Jules Verne’s work can be downloaded for free. And while watching a movie isn’t the same as reading a great book, check out this classic, 1953 version of Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea Isotropic Fiction found on youtube.com
There’s not a lot to say about Edwin Abbott Abbott’s Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions that hasn’t already been said. Like Greg Egan’s Orthogonal trilogy, it’s entertaining story wrapped around a mathematical model of the world wildly different from the one its readers live in.
From intergalactic drama to clone warfare, expand your universe with this week’s new sci-fi e-books.
Twisted reality rules with new books and re-releases from authors Jean-Christophe Valtat and Mahendra Singh to Philip K. Dick. Read an e-book and shift your paradigm.
More worlds, more technologies, more mayhem: Here’s a weekly dose of new science-fiction.
From physicists to stormtroopers, it’s been published recently. Check out the latest science-fiction to hit the digital shelves. Read any of it? Let IF know what you thought!
Seven new worlds and alternate timelines hit the e-book shelves today. Whether you feel like going for a Trek or wishing for some modern re-envisioning of Wells, IF wants to know what worlds you’re visiting through words.
Stuck planet-side when you would rather explore the stars? Let one of these e-books bring a whole new universe into your hands!