This site was founded on a love of science fiction shared between two friends. But when we refer to sci-fi, what is it exactly that we’re talking about? There are so many different types of movies, TV shows, novels and comics that have been labeled as “science fiction” stories. Some of them, like say The […]
We caught up with fantasy writer and artist I.R. Harris about her work, following her authentic passions, art as activism, and working with indie creators.
In this She-Fi video, we interview Jamison Stone, author of the the new fantasy novel, “Rune of the Apprentice.” What we had to say about the book: “Rune of the Apprentice” is a fantasy and science-fiction adventure ride through a rich world of runes, magic, technology, stunning natural settings, beautifully eclectic and diverse cultures, […]
This year’s Emmys had some big wins for sci-fi and fantasy. This is monumental because it shows that these genres are now being taken seriously, and no longer perceived as substandard. For so long, they have been viewed as fluff genres, lacking of any substance, when in truth, sci-fi and fantasy are often used to […]
There have been talks about a remake of The Neverending Story, but nothing has transpired so far. In a time when Hollywood is remaking just about everything, you’d think something would have materialized by now. There are so many older shows and movies being remade these days that it could make your head spin, however, […]
If you’ve been wondering what Tahmoh Penikett has been doing after his big role as Karl “Helo” Agathon in the critically acclaimed Battlestar Galactica remake, other than playing Paul Ballard in Joss Whedon‘s Dollhouse, then you want to check out the online series, Riftworld Chronicles. Riftworld Chronicles is a sci-fi/fantasy comedy about a dimension-travelling […]
Now that Game of Thrones season 6 has ended, and it’ll be a while before season 7 graces the screen, many fans are starting to experience withdrawal symptoms. A good way to curb your GoT cravings is to check out School of Thrones, a 3 episode web series that parodies everyone’s favorite fantasy TV show. […]
A few days ago, I went to an excellent exhibit at the Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators in New York City. It was called Point of Vision: Celebrating Women Artists in Fantasy and Science Fiction. It’s no exaggeration to say that every piece I saw was just stunning. As you can imagine, […]
In this episode of the She-Fi podcast, we caught up with Jake Vyper, founder of Epicstream. We talked to him about what makes the site so popular, his favorite books and movies, and his other exciting projects.
In this video, we take a look at season six, episode two of Game of Thrones, and some fan theories that may lead to a more female-empowered Westeros.