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Monthly Archives: November 2008

This time last year… Sundown on Venus

It wasn’t even a vaguely held notion in my mind that there would exist Space Western Music… until I was introduced to the concept album Sundown on Venus by The Jet Black Berries. A cover of the title song Sundown on Venus, was performed by The Atomic Swindlers, and we have it here for download.

22nd Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction – Part III

[The Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy is held roughly once a month, with rotating hosts.] Aside from the wealth of posts listed from The Hathor Legacy in Part II, I reviewed some of the older carnivals, and found that there were older posts on the topic that should probably be brought back out […]

22nd Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction – Part II

[The Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy is held roughly once a month, with rotating hosts.] In researching blog posts I found a veritable wealth of Space Western related posts at The Hathor Legacy: It was such an astounding collection that I felt it must be shared… Keeping female aliens pretty Star Trek Star […]

22nd Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction – Part I

[The Carnival of Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy is held roughly once a month, with rotating hosts.] Space Westerns: Star Wars, Star Trek, Firefly… when you get right down to it, most science fiction on television traces its roots back to the Western, where most problems could be solved at the end of 60 minutes […]

This time last year… For the Good of the Settlement

For the Good of the Settlement, by Vonnie Winslow Crist, was only the second story that we’ve published that passes the Bechdel Rule (the first was Mathematics of Hunger, by Jason Andrew).