Let's get all Tiger Beat-ish and dive inside the mind of Chris Pine, the costar of Star Trek Into Darkness, with the help of his sound bites from the June issue of Men's Health.
God, I could just grab onto those Vulcan ears and...No, wait, that's the other guy. But still, Chris Pine is super hot an ... More >>
Isn't 2013 a little late to be publishing myopic "women who rock!" pieces? This Daily News gem, for example, showed us exactly how absurd it is to write about how much Star Trek values its complex female characters, then undermine those very points with a photo and caption that screams, "HEY, TITS." ... More >>
Seth Haley has long been mesmerized by how people in the past once processed the future. As Com Truise (one of many musical aliases used by the 20-something from Princeton, NJ), Haley maps out "mid-fi, synth-wave, slow-motion funk" (his words) that's deeply smitten with science-fiction-heavy storyte ... More >>
It looks like we're going to have to re-mark our calendars for the arrival of Enterprise in our own backyard. And not the one from Star Trek, the one from NASA.Due to an overcast prediction for Monday's weather, the space agency is holding back on its transfer ("until further notice") of t ... More >>
For our scheduled interview!
He's doing public service announcements urging people to apply for social security benefits online--but before we went there, I had to tell him I loved his sardonic Spider-Man audition video that's making the rounds.
"It's amazing how quickly things can go vira ... More >>
Gays would have loved to say mildly suggestive things like, "Beam me up, Scotty"!
But there weren't any in Star Trek. (I'm talking about the characters, not the actors, mind you.)
And now, a writer/producer of Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Brannon Braga, tel ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
April 8, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 14
White on White
By William Paul
The most successful science fiction films like "The Thing" and "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," have used their science fiction conceits as metaphors for an actual state o ... More >>
The wildly inventive and passionately polemical science-fiction writer Philip José Farmer quietly expired at home, Ash Wednesday morning, at the ripe age of 91. I and many others first became aware of Farmer's work in the 1970s, shortly after the first volume of his legendary Riverworld series, T ... More >>
In my rant about raisin pie, I neglected to mention where I'd found it: rural Pennsylvania, a few miles east of Gettysburg and just north of the Maryland border. I'm at a writers' workshop, but here's the catch: I'm not here as a writer, but as a cook.
The participants are science fiction writers ... More >>