This is exactly what it says on the tin: a list of 108 solutions to the Fermi Paradox. Never again will you wonder where your setting's aliens are, or why Earth apparently has been contacted yet.
Inside, your interstellar explorers will find that...
...there is no one out there, because the evolution of sapient life cannot occur without the presence of "diversification pumps" like regular meteor... [click here for more]
It is the 23rd Century. Across the cold void of space, alien monsters prey on humanity, infesting generation-ships, destroying colonies, and transforming humans into hosts for their foul larave. From the insectoid hive-beasts of Klaatu to the xenomorphic parasites of the outer rim, this book contains the sum total of human knowledge of the myriad forms of alien menace; where to find them… and... [click here for more]
The Politics, Literary Influences and Cultural History of Kenneth Johnson's V
When Kenneth Johnson's science fiction miniseries V premiered in 1983, it netted more than 40 percent of the television viewing audience and went on to spawn a sequel, a weekly series, novelizations, comic books and a remake. Yet the 2009 V reboot was cancelled in its second season, despite a robust premiere.... [click here for more]
If you've read the independent satire, sci-fi, horror sensation that is the Island of Dr. Morose; you know how deliciously gruesome, gory and gritty it is. What you may not know is that author Mike Gagnon originally conceived of the book as a graphic novel, a project that was completely plotted, fully scripted before the project ultimately died. Like any great story, or zombie, it just wouldn't rest,... [click here for more]