A New Grammar for Science Fiction

Science Fiction is no longer a novelty.

We do not want to read Science Fiction because it is set in the future. Science Fiction must offer some deeper, truer view of ourselves and our place in the cosmos.


Props from BoingBoing / Interview Teaser

Today, Pravic was featured on the illustrious Boing Boing

No biggie, just a little write-up.
We're absolutely not delighted, gleeful, or altogether too proud of ourselves.

Carry on.


In other news, we've been working hard on issue #3, and today we did our interview with author Mike Buckley. Mike's amazing, chilling story "Who They Were Before the Song Began" will be in issue #3, and we couldn't be more excited to feature it. 

Here's a little preview from the interview to whet your appetites.

"If asked to describe myself I’d say I’m pretty sunny.  But of course I’m wrong.  A friend of mine once pointed out that every time a character in one of my stories falls in love part of their body gets cut off.  Nonsense, I thought, then I went and checked.  She was right, and I was freaked out."