Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly #11 Now Available!

Looking for new sci-fi romance releases? We got you covered. Want to learn about a cool & diverse steampunk comic book heading your way? We got your back. In the mood for a sociological take on the appeal of sci-fi romance? We’re here for you. Need to perk up your day with an adorable SFR short story? That and more awaits you in Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly #11!

Highlights from this issue include:

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* An interview with Shawnee’ and Shawnelle Gibbs, the creators of the forthcoming comic THE INVENTION OF E.J. WHITAKER

SilverBound* A guest column by author Ella Drake about how SFR explores the body-ownership conflict

* Xoe Juliani’s delightful f/f short story “A Light in the Dark”

* A “Trailblazer” spotlight on author and SFR advocate Veronica Scott

* SF Mistressworks review of BIBBLINGS by Barbara Paul

* K.S. Augustin’s Editorial about the changing nature of the SFR genre and its community

* In Cosmic Lounge, I pose the question, “Why Is #SFR Something to Talk About?”

* Plus reviews, coverage of the latest SFR releases, and Sneak Peeks!

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20 Sci-Fi Romances That Should Be Adapted For TV

Outer Places compiled a list of 23 Science Fiction Books Being Adapted into TV Shows. Being an SF fan, I read the list. Unfortunately, only four of the books were written by women. And not only does the list include mostly white, male authors, there are three by John Scalzi and two by Stephen King. That’s not an embarrassment of riches—that’s just embarrassing.

I’m betting perilously few of these shows, if they make it to television, will feature female protagonists. Ladies, don’t you just love getting a big “F-you” from the television industry? Feels even better after, oh, say, the thousandth time.

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