Doctor Zhivago teaches that a revolution can take place for an entire country, and also occur in the human heart.
Sidney Poitier. How do I describe a man who stood beside Martin Luther King Jr. during his “I Have a Dream” speech in 1963? How do I describe a man who often was the only African American on the set of his movies? How do I describe a man who makes me laugh and breaks... Continue Reading →
NOV / DEC 2017: BY CAROL STARKEY I’ve loved science fiction for as long as I can remember. From Flight of the Navigator to E. T. to Aliens, to the countless novels and short-story collections, to TV shows like Star Trek and Quantum Leap, sci-fi has surrounded me pretty much since birth. I wish I... Continue Reading →
NOV / DEC 2017: BY CHARITY BISHOP Amazon’s series The Man in the High Castle is many things… a sci-fi adventure with an alternate timeline, a mind-bending glimpse into a different history, a philosophical exploration of abstract concepts and themes, and… a heart-wrenching story of love, loss, and struggle within different households. The series’ inability... Continue Reading →
NOV / DEC 2017: BY JESSICA PRESCOTT “I’m always finding humans at their best and worst. “I see their ugly and their beauty, and I wonder how the same thing can be both. “Still, they have one thing I envy. “Humans, if nothing else, have the good sense to die.” If Death could speak... what... Continue Reading →