August, 2006 (Vol. III: #7)
Building the Next Generation IROSF.
Searching for Signs, Portents and the Misheard Phrase.
The soundtrack to fandom.
Reading Beyond the I's
How reading carefully can increase your appreciation of a story.
The Witch is Dead, Long Live the Witch
Sights and sounds from WisCon's 30th anniversary.
The Scottish Roots of Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes
Another Essay On Cannibalism, With a Side of Fava Beans and a Nice Chianti.
A Critique of 3 Short Films from Japan
Japanese Anime Attacks NYC!!!
How Bad Films of Good Books Hurt Genre Writers
Have Bad Adaptations Hurt Stephen King's Market Share?
Was Philip K. Dick Against Drug Use?
Looking behind the story's anti-drug message.
E.T. Anthropology and Writing the Other
Does the revolution in form come at the expense of story?
Girth and Worth
Examining Hamilton's 1,600-page duology.
Sorting through the deluge of short fiction.