The Science Fact & Science Fiction Concatenation is the
seasonal review of science fact and science fiction. Formerly the (1987-1997)
annual (paper) magazine distributed at the British national SF convention and European SF
convention, today its three principal internet editions come out in the northern hemisphere's
spring, summer and autumn.

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One of our choice of the 'Best of Nature Futures' stories, suitably themed as our global economy seems to be coming out of recession, 'Investments' is now up below.


Mid-April sees our Summer 2015 edition of news, convention reports and book reviews. (Meanwhile, if you missed it, you can check out the master newscast link index that connects to all the current - spring - season's SF news and science sub-sections.)

The Summer edition will also include our annual, regular look at the British Isles SF/F/H cinematic box office top ten for the past 12 months to Easter as well as the other SF worthies that, though not big-time box office smashes, we think you might want to check out for that rainy weekend. Plus the summer edition also will see our annual regular of SFnal-ish, science and book whimsy with Gaia. (Last year's Gaia here.). And with a bit of luck we will have Tony's second article on 20th century SF film with links to trailers. (The first part, posted last year, is here.) If any of this tempts you then see you mid-April.

Do you read SF and/or fantasy? We are currently seeking some book reviewers.

Our posting schedule is regular -- so you can see when things are due by looking at what was posted, and when, previously -- but if you want early notification of a few advance posts then join the few following us on our new Twitter thingy. (And if you yourself are on Twitter and you enjoy the site then how about your New Year Christmas present to us being to re-Tweet our last couple of alerts?)

Meanwhile you should find something to enjoy below...

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v25(2) 2015.3.15 -- A new story from the Nature Futures series


v25(1) 2015.1.15 -- New Columns & Articles for the Spring 2015

v25(1) 2015.1.15 -- Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Reviews

v25(1) 2015.1.15 -- Non-Fiction SF & Science Fact Book Reviews


v24(7) 2014.12.15 -- A new festive-season story from the Nature Futures series

v24(6) 2014.11.15 -- A new story from the Nature Futures series

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