Category Archives: Science Fiction

Announcing: Futuredaze – An Anthology of YA Science Fiction

UNDERWORDS is happy to announce that we will begin accepting submissions for our new anthology Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction, edited by Hannah Strom-Martin and Erin Underwood, which will be published in June 2013. Submissions for the anthology … Continue reading

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2012 Hugo and Campbell Awards Nominees

Underwords is boosting the signal for the 2012 Hugo and Campbell Award Nominees. If you’re unfamiliar with either of these awards, the quick description is these are the people whose science fiction or fantasy work fall into the category of … Continue reading

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The Hunger Games: A Review & Essay

by Rebecca Longster Teens of the Future on Survivor ~ for real A review of The Hunger Games, directed by Gary Ross, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, and Lenny Kravitz Several years ago I had a … Continue reading

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Review: The Captains (2011), a film by William Shatner

Review by Rebecca Whitus Longster The Captains: in the beginning ~  At the risk of showing my inner nerd, geek, dweeb or whatever it’s called these days, I’ve got to say how pleased and impressed I was, watching William Shatner’s “affable documentary,” (Netflix) The Captains (2011). … Continue reading

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Doctor Who Series 6 – Vote for Your Favorite Episode & Win a TARDIS Mug

Why drink from the fountain of youth when you can drink from the TARDIS! Filming of Doctor Who series 7 has begun. So, it seemed like a good time to review the past season and to find out which episode … Continue reading

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Review: Prophets of Science Fiction

TV Series: Prophets of Science Fiction Network: Science Channel Executive Producer: Ridley Scott Prophets of Science Fiction by executive producer Ridley Scott is a new documentary series produced by the Science Channel–a series that hasn’t received any of the attention … Continue reading

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Interview with Michael Scott & Colette Freedman, coauthors of The Thirteen Hallows

One of my favorite things is talking to authors about their work. After I read The Thirteen Hallows, I jumped at the chance to interview coauthors Michael Scott and Colette Freedman. Together they have created a fantastic new dark fantasy/thriller … Continue reading

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Top 10 Geektastic TV Shows of 2011 – Plus other “Year in Review” Picks

At the end of each year, it is only human to look back over the last twelve months to see what really stood out-both  good and  bad. As lovers of all things Geek, Underwords is taking a look at the … Continue reading

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Review: TRSF (Technology Review Science Fiction Magazine)

Title: TRSF — (an annual science fiction magazine) Editor: Stephen Cass Publisher: Technology Review Cover Blurb: The best new science fiction inspired by today’s emerging technologies. ~ For me, the most exciting thing about the new annually published science fiction magazine TRSF is that … Continue reading

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Doctor Who for the Holidays

Get your TARDIS ready because The Doctor is heading to town for the holidays and he’s scheduled to land on December 24th. And, no, he won’t be coming down the chimney when he visits since there have been too many … Continue reading

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