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A review of 2012 by Alexandra Pierce (random_alex): Writing near-future science fiction, especially giving it a particular date, requires a certain amount of bravado, as well as all the necessary imagination and skill of sf writing in general. In giving their eleven authors a specific...

Look, lets just call it the day of reviews: From Grant Watson (angriest): 2012, edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Ben Payne, is a thin book. I love thin books. I love a well-written, lightweight book that you can read on the train without spraining your wrist. It's...

Playwright and occasional Dr Who writer Rob Shearman has written a review of 2012, edited by Ben Payne and Alisa Krasnostein. It's quite a comprehensive little review, actually: 2012 is as good an anthology as I have ever read - and despite my rollercoaster reaction I...

"The son of a Canadian diplomat, Benjamin Fulford rebelled against his upbringing and at the age of 17 made his way to the Amazon to live with a native tribe. Wanting to better understand Western society, he spent time in a community in Argentina before...