Superversive Press

Enjoy Valentine’s Day, Planetary Style

February 14, 2018 Ben Zwycky 0

Today is Valentine’s Day, and the official launch date for the second of Superversive Press’ Planetary Anthologies, this time it’s Venus—twenty captivating stories of love, romance, the planet and the goddess (in various guises). It’s […]

Philosophy & Theology

Eta Cancri review

February 13, 2017 xewleer 4

Please welcome Xewleer to Superversive SF, he is a new reviewer and you can expect a lot more from him. His review is cross posted from his blog Spoilers! It’s a great book, and […]


Review: Writing Down the Dragon

May 30, 2016 David Hallquist 0

Tom Simon’s “Writing Down the Dragon” is an excellent resource of essays, musings and research on Tolkien.   This body of essays covers a wide variety of elements that go into Lord of the Rings […]


The Princess and the Goblin/ Curdie

April 26, 2016 Ben Zwycky 2

(Originally posted at the Castalia House Blog) Part One Part Two The Princess and the Goblin and its sequel The Princess and Curdie are quite different from the previous two books I’ve reviewed, in that they […]


Phantastes by George MacDonald

April 19, 2016 Ben Zwycky 2

(Originally posted at the Castalia House Blog) Everything I said last week about “The Golden Key” applies in spades to Phantastes. Though there is a tenuous common narrative thread through the book and continuity is […]