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June 30 2016

Androids May Be Artificial, But Their Love Sure Isn’t

A BBC News article called The rise of the romantic robot* covered a few “robot erotica” books that feature sizzling encounters between robots and humans: “Whether robots could...
January 15 2015

An Intimate Sense of Wonder: Genetically Engineered Characters in Science Fiction Romance from Leigh, Dohner, and More!

The beauty of having scientifically enhanced characters in sci-fi romance is they bake a “sense of wonder” right into the romantic relationship. It's a clever way to streamline a story's...
January 23 2014

Missing in Action: Alien Heroines

Interspecies science fiction romances aren't new, but those with an alien heroine and human male pairing seem to be fairly uncommon. Today's Big Question: Why is that? By “alien heroine,”...
December 10 2012

Extraordinary Heroines—and the Heroes Who Love Them—in Sci-Fi Romance

There are many, many romance stories wherein the hero is a creature of the paranormal world and he’s paired with a human heroine. But what about the reverse scenario? That is our $64,000 question...
October 30 2012

Our Love is Alive (Even if You’re Not): The Undead as Romantic Protagonists

The course of true love never did run smooth, but there are obstacles and there are obstacles. The person you love is a thousand-year-old vampire? That’s a problem. The person you love is married...
October 19 2012

First Look: Sharon Lynn Fisher’s Ghost Planet (October 30, 2012)

Sharon Lynn Fisher Ghost Planet Tor / October 30, 2012 / $7.99 print & digital A world in peril. A bond deeper than love. Psychologist Elizabeth Cole prepared for the worst when...