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“Lit” Pick of the week: “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”...

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This...

“Lit” Pick of the week: “Slaughterhouse-Five” by Kurt Vonnegut

Radar is committed to all forms of art and entertainment and as such, will pick one book as a reading recommendation every week. This...

“Arrival” is a great addition to the Science Fiction canon

Science fiction is a hard genre to tackle. All the great sci-fi films from “Star Wars” to “Blade Runner” have envisioned futuristic settings with...

Conference discusses science fiction and fantasy by people of color

On Thursday, Jan. 21, professors of creative writing Nalo Hopkinson and Rachelle Cruz and Ph.D. candidate in comparative literature, Jaymee Goh, met in INTS...

Co-founder of UCR’s Eaton Collection dies

George Slusser, a co-founder of UCR’s Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy, died Nov. 4 in his house in Highland, Calif. As a...

UCR’s science fiction and fantasy collection receives $3.5 million donation

The Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy at UC Riverside received a $3.5 million donation by the estate of the late photographer Jay...

UCR ARTSblock receives $125,000 to explore Latino science fiction

On June 12, UCR ARTSblock was awarded a $125,000 research grant for an upcoming exhibition of work called, “Critical Utopias: The Art of Futurismo...

The power of historical fantasy: Tim Powers speaks to UCR

In the Bible, God created the world in seven days. For science fiction and fantasy writers, this can take an entire lifetime. The most...

La Frontera Final: Latino authors discuss science fiction

“My protagonists are Chicano because I’m Chicano,” said Mario Acevedo bluntly, author of “Jailbait Zombie,” “There’s also vampires and evil werewolves too but somehow...

A big year for the Eaton Science Fiction Special Collections

While it only happens about twice in the average undergraduate’s career, the time has come once again for Science Fiction and Fantasy writers and...