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  • In parallel to the developments in philosophy from which the term "Speculative Materialism" was taken, there are recent developments in mathematics of open continuum that are engaging the ideas of complex synthesis.

    Carla Leitao: Dustism, Creatures and Speculative Materialism in Architecture: An Interview With Alisa Andrasek/Biothing

  • I should add: no, my story in Speculative Horizons is not a Godless World story.

    Brian Ruckley · The New Me

  • Brilliant philosophers of the day are wrestling with these issues under the rubric Speculative realism.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The love songs are rather songs of praise than of passion, but they are beautiful songs of praise, and that entitled Speculative, which is frankly a poem of old age, has in it the genuine passion of memory.

    Robert Browning

  • Also at Dragon*Con, my Writing Excuses podcast with Howard Tayler and Dan Wells was presented with a Parsec Award for excellence in Speculative Fiction Podcasting -- Best Writing-related Podcast.

    Tour, The Gathering Storm Chapter 1 + More, Parsec Award, Geekarati

  • Podcast: Craig Shaw Gardner on Humor in Speculative Fiction, from Odyssey SF/F Writing Workshop.

    SF Tidbits for 8/30/08

  • So, as mentioned a few posts back, I’ve got a story in Speculative Horizons, an upcoming anthology from Subterranean Press.

    Brian Ruckley · More Time to Do Some Good!

  • If you hadn't mentioned me in today's posting I would've responded to your Harlan Ellison item below anyway, as Ellison is not only one of the seminal authors of my generation, but the foundational anthologist and driving force of what we now call Speculative Fiction.

    Cantara Christopher on publishing

  • Too often that term "Speculative" means either "I want to call my stuff sf, but I can't be bothered to do the research" (so, no better than mass market Space Opera, really).

    MIND MELD: Keeping Space Opera Relevant [UPDATED]

  • If you have a novel or a short story or a short poem that you'd like critted by The Mir--make sure you can TAKE criticism before entering--then just leave a comment here or at one of the contest-participating blogs such as Speculative Faith, see above with a simple, "I want to enter the crit contest."

    Archive 2006-10-01


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