SciFi Month Round-up: the story continues

Sci Fi Month (text only banner. The text is full of stars). Banner by Rinn of Rinn Reads.

We’re past the halfway mark now, but we’re not slowing down! SciFi Month 2017 continues to celebrate all things speculative, science and space-based across as many media as we can reach. Here’s a recap of this week’s flailing activities.


There’s nothing we like so much as sharing the things we love best:



There’s no end to the love for Andy Weir’s freshlyminted Artemis, but it’s not an entirely positive week for movie reviews (until yesterday – hooray for classics!). Star Wars continues to loom large in our scopes, and we had a great run of reviews on backlist and classic SF. Stay tuned next week for reviews of Dune, Doctor Who, An Unkindness of Ghosts and more!

Follow @scifimonth on Twitter for a complete guide to everything that’s been going on.



Banner: Babylon's Ashes Read-along (a close-up of the side of a space ship all massive metalwork)

In The Expanse read-along, we’ve nearly finished Babylon’s Ashes (spoiler-tastic posts, best avoided unless you’re all up to date!) – and with only one last week to go, there are big questions to ponder: who will win? who will lose? what will we do with ourselves when it’s over?


I’ll be back with a final round-up at the end of the month. In the meantime, come join the conversation on Twitter at #RRSciFiMonth