Each month in Transmission, we bring you the latest news and commentary on the world of Speculative Fiction, and details on the production of Deep Outside SFFH.
- Best Hallow E'en Movie Ever
Terror On Your Modem!
Vampire Slayer Award?
Not Very Special Effects...
Hodder Fodder: Jason X Racks Up The Body Count
Take Two: A Few Thoughts on Hollywood's Obsession with Remakes
Howling at Hollywood: A French Film, "The Brotherhood of the Wolf," Resurrects the Moribund Action-Fantasy Genre
The Truth Was Out There...Cancellation of The X-Files ends an Era
A Song in My Heart…The Musical Lives On
The Human Adventure is Just Beginning.... Again: Star Trek: The Motion Picture, The Director's Edition Beams onto DVD.
The New Golden Age of Science Fiction Television
Summer of '82
John Carpenter meets Big Daddy Mars
- August 2001 - Dino-Might: Jurassic Park III Awakens Prehistoric Memories
- July 2001 - Horror Writers of America; John Cullen's Time Machine
- June 2001 - You'll Still Believe a Man Can Fly... The Superman Film Collection Lands on DVD at last
- May 2001 - Filmation's Enterprise: Remembering Star Trek: The Animated Series
- April 2001 - Space 2001: Writer Johnny Byrne wants to Party like it's 1999...Again
- March 2001 - Back to The Future: Sci-Fi TV Favorites Rise from the Ashes by John Muir
- February 2001 - Apples and Oranges: Interview with D.C. Fontana by John Muir
- October 2000 - A Month of Pratfalls
- September 2000 - Middlemen and Other Evils
- August 2000 - Our Third Year!
- March 2000 - Print on Demand.
- February 2000 - The Coming Agony of the E-book Industry.
- December 1999 - The sorry state of publishing.
- October 1999 - Market info and the e-book Tsunami.
- September/October 1999 - John Cullen revisits the growth of e-books.
- August 1999 - Slave Wages, Wage Slaves, and New Waves. John Cullen comments on the population, the workday, and a return to Eden.
- June 1999 - How to protect your literary works from pirates, and why they can't win. John Cullen also discusses the state of e-publishing rights and why they aren't really all that different from print rights.
- May 1999 - Commentary on the state of mainstream fiction, and the continuing marginalization of genre fiction.
- April 1999 - News about Douglas Claig's e-serial, Comic-Con International, High Hallack Genre Writer's Library, and more.
- December 1998 - News about Clarion West, SFWA, and more.
- October 1998 - The imminent demise of offline publishing, Event Horizon launch, and DOSFFH becomes the first Web-only SF/F/H mag listed in Writer's Market.
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