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.
In my writings, I deal with demons, mad scientists, serial killers, otherworldly entities, werewolves, devil worshipers, witches, vampires, Lovecraftian beings, etc. Do these reflect my reality? I’ll never tell.
Reality is far more wondrous, weird and synchronistic than it seems.
Inside every true nerd is a little Sheldon, unable to conceal his frustration at the inevitable inconsistencies and paradoxes that arise with time travel. Or as M J Young puts it: Time travel has been a staple in Science Fiction since H.G. Wells. Unfortunately, much of what passes for intelligence in this area is poorly considered.
One of the best things about this time of the year is the leaves changing and falling. The science behind […]
A breakthrough in biotechnology allows monkeys to feel with prosthetic limbs using a microchip. This ability seems like a phenomena our era […]
If Jurassic Park was a real place, this would be welcoming a new addition. Researchers have just discovered that this tiny little fanged creature was just after plants.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Banned Book Week. In recognition of Banned Book Week, IF will email a free copy of IF04 to anyone who reads a banned book and notes the title below or posts a comment about a banned book that changed their world.
Redstone Science Fiction, one of the web’s better known sci-fi zines, is shutting down. According to the September editorial by Mike Ray, the closing is a temporary hiatus rather than a permanent end. The magazine’s 28 issue archive will remain available on RSF’s site.
IF is giving away 5 e-copies of E. E. King’s The Card Game (to be published early 2013) and sharing some of their favorite places for free books.