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Suna Dasi

Posted: 19 December, 2015 at 3:54 pm   /   Focus

Tweet Multicultural Steampunk was a late bloomer to the genre. By default, Steampunk seems to be tailored to appeal to white Westerners who have a hankering after a time when good etiquette was a matter of pride, combined with the exquisite fashion that bedecked the middle and upper classes and the sense of wonder and […]

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Aussie SFR authors visit!

Posted: 29 September, 2015 at 2:17 pm   /   Focus

Tweet Science fiction romance authors reside in various countries across the globe, but they ain’t always easy to find. In order to help close that gap, Sci-Fi Romance Quarterly invited a few Australian authors to chat with us about science fiction romance. Each discusses what she believes are the genre’s key ingredients as well as […]

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Waiting for the Machines to Fall Asleep

Posted: 30 June, 2015 at 4:14 pm   /   Focus

Tweet As our Russian friends often say, the world is becoming multi-polar and I, personally, couldn’t be happier. A world dominated by only one culture is a stultifying place, flensed of nuance, and our understanding of the human condition can only be improved by taking on board many cultures and perspectives, and discovering that the […]

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Speculative romance from Finland

Posted: 31 December, 2014 at 3:54 pm   /   Focus

Tweet Although one may not be aware of it, Finland is small in area but big in female speculative writers! We touched base with a group of such writers and asked them to share their perspectives on speculative fiction, romance and “Finnish Weird”. Participating in this discussion are the authors Magdalena Hai (Magdalena H), Anne […]

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10 best SFRs to give as gifts

Posted: 31 December, 2014 at 3:53 pm   /   Focus

Tweet Sci-Fi Romance is extremely diverse, combining the best of science fiction with romance and hints of other genres. That makes it easy to find something for everyone this holiday season. 1. Adventure Fans – At Star’s End by Anna Hackett. 137 pgs. An archeologist, treasure hunters, and the Mona Lisa combine in a rip-roaring […]

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The past, present and future of SFR

Posted: 30 September, 2014 at 3:46 pm   /   Focus

Tweet It can be argued that romance has been in science-fiction for as long as there’s been science-fiction and will continue for as long as there are two or more beings involved in, or wanting to be involved in (or evennot wanting to be involved in), a relationship. Why then, after all this time, are […]

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