About Joshua Young
Joshua M. Young lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife, son, and two more feral cats than the optimal number of feral cats. (That is, zero.) He holds a Master of Divinity from Ashland Theological Seminary, and yes, he's quite aware that writing this kind of stuff isn't exactly what you'd expect from a trained theologian. A life long lover of science fiction and fantasy, one of his earliest memories involves some confusion with a Klingon Bird of Prey and an X-Wing in the middle of a theater showing The Search for Spock, and, once upon a time, he could select the desired Robotech novel from his bookshelf, in the dark, by the feel of its spine. (Don't ask why that was a necessary skill. He couldn't tell you.) He has been published in numerous anthologies, including Planetary: Mercury, Planetary: Venus, and Tales of the Once and Future King.

Planetary: Luna is live

January 30, 2020 0

Superversive Press may be gone, but as we promised, the brand will be living on in other publishers. Tuscany Bay picked up the Planetary anthology series, and Luna is now live. While it was originally Read More

The Best Philip K. Dick Movie

January 28, 2020 2

There have been a number of movies based on Philip K. Dick works. Some of them are pretty great, even– Minority Report (based on “The Minority Report) and of course, Blade Runner (based on Do Read More

Mike Resnick, 1942-2020

January 23, 2020 0

It’s been a while since I’ve read a Mike Resnick novel, but I devoured quite a few of them as a teenager. I recall them as exciting adventures, and for a while, he was one Read More

Catholic Reads’ Best of 2019

January 23, 2020 0

CatholicReads.com released their best of 2019 list, and while no one’s surprised to find John C. Wright on the scifi list, Ann Margaret Lewis’s Warrior of Kizan made the cut, too. I haven’t had the pleasure of Read More

The Future of Superversive Press

January 20, 2020 6

It is with great sadness that I bring you the announcement that the owner of Superversive Press has made the decision to shutter the press. His reasons are his own and personal, and I understand Read More

RIP Christopher Tolkien, 1924-2020

January 16, 2020 2

Somehow I assumed that Christopher Tolkien was much younger, but maybe I just formed that image a long time ago. Regardless, it’s sad to hear of his passing. Outside of his father, the famed J.R.R., Read More

Review: Death Stranding

January 16, 2020 0

Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid series, Death Stranding) is a bit like the video game version of Wes Anderson (Rushmore, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou). The comparison isn’t immediate. Anderson makes awkward dramadies about Read More

Weekend Link Round Up

January 12, 2020 0

Hobbies The Estes catalogs were an endless source of fascination for me as a kid, and my dad still flies model rockets for the grandkids at every family get together. Founder Vern Estes turned 90 Read More

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