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Who Daniel Craig Might Be Playing in Star Wars: Episode VII

By Ryan BrittSeptember 17, 2014
Hot on the space-heals of the leaked photos of maybe-Adam Driver in a possibly revealing outfit, we've got even more Star Wars almost-news. Though still an unconfirmed rumor from The Sun, Daniel Craig is supposedly filming (or has filmed) a small role for the new ... More  →
Who Daniel Craig Might Be Playing in <em>Star Wars: Episode VII</em>
Ghost Have Always Been Time Travelers

Ghost Have Always Been Time Travelers

By Ryan BrittSeptember 16, 2014
Strange and in your neighborhood, going bump in the night, being friendly, or saying “boo!” ghosts have the impressive ability to generate tons of clichés and catch-phrases, which is extra interesting seeing as they aren’t even alive. Asking the question “do you believe in ghosts?” ... More  →

The 8 Most Popular Virtual Worlds in Science Fiction

By Ryan BrittSeptember 10, 2014
Keanu Reeves is returning to the land of the virtual with his next project. Yesterday, it was reported that Reeves is teaming with Independence Day director Roland Emmerich for an upcoming TV show called New Angles, part of which is to be set in a ... More  →
The 8 Most Popular Virtual Worlds in Science Fiction

When Robin Hood Crosses Swords with Science Fiction

By Ryan BrittSeptember 9, 2014
The most recent Doctor Who adventure saw the Last of the Time Lords both squaring off and teaming up with The Prince of Thieves; Sir Robin of Loxley, alias Robin Hood! Doctor Who’s “Robots of Sherwood,” borrowed heavily from more contemporary Robin Hood stories; stories ... More  →
When Robin Hood Crosses Swords with Science Fiction
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Celebrate Star Trek's 48th Birthday with These Literary/Star Trek Pairings

By Ryan BrittSeptember 8, 2014
If you've ever been to a fancy restaurant, then you've heard about the idea of pairing certain wines with certain kinds of cheeses. Guess what patrons of fancy restaurants often don’t want you to recommend to them? Classic novels! Guess what patrons of fancy restaurants really ... More  →
Celebrate Star Trek's 48th Birthday with These Literary/Star Trek Pairings

Are the Daleks Played Out?

By Ryan BrittSeptember 3, 2014
If you’re talking to a lay-person about Doctor Who, nearly every explanation about the show requires an almost maddening reliance on the word “actually.” His name actually isn’t Doctor Who, but instead the Doctor. It’s actually not a phone box, it’s an old-style police box. ... More  →
Are the Daleks Played Out?
Diverse Companions, Doctors You Might Miss; Catching Up on Titan's new <em>Doctor Who</em> Comics

Diverse Companions, Doctors You Might Miss; Catching Up on Titan's new Doctor Who Comics

By Ryan BrittAugust 29, 2014
This week, Titan Comics releases a new issue for  Doctor Who comics line, which, in October will notably feature the first ongoing comic book starring the new 12th Doctor. (Still feels weird calling him that!) But, for fans who are still missing both David Tennant and Matt ... More  →
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Taking in Doctor Who's "Deep Breath"

By Ryan BrittAugust 25, 2014
Back when Doctor Who’s titular leading man was played by David Tennant, he romantically rode a horse into Versailles, and flippantly told the King of France “I’m the Lord of Time.”  Today, the Doctor is no longer dashing-dorky David Tennant, nor is he flappy-armed one-liner ... More  →
Taking in <em>Doctor Who's</em>
About the Author
Ryan Britt

Ryan Britt's writing has appeared with The New York Times, Omni Reboot, Tor.com, Clarkesworld, Crossed Genres, Story Magazine, The MindHut and elsewhere. He's performed stories on stage with The Moth, The Liar Show, and is the curator of two reading series; Lust for Genre and The HiFi Reading Series. He teaches at The Gotham Writers' Workshop and lives in New York City. Follow him on Twitter @ryancbritt.

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