Sci Phi is an online science fiction and philosophy magazine. In each issue you will find stories that explore questions of life, the universe and everything and articles that delve into the deep philosophical waters of science fiction universes.
I Clink, Therefore I am by Edward M. Lerner
The Trade’s On by J’nae Rae Spano
Be Careful When You Wish For by L.P. Melling
reBirth by Katharine Gripp
The Pondering Pacifist by John Kaniecki
Walk by Gunnar De Winter
They Shall Be As Gods by John Rovito
A Requiem for the Harlequin: Two Perspectives on Time, and a Celebration of Kairos, in Three Stories by Harlan Ellison by Michael Spence
Riding a White Horse: Manliness and Liberation in Roger Zelazny’s “The Lord of Light” by Patrick S. Baker
The Problem with the Problem of Susan by Anthony Marchetta
The Mote in God’s I: The Temptation of Samuel Vimes by G. Scott Huggins
Beyond the Mist by Ben Zwycky continues with our protagonist pushing ever onward.
Places Where the Roads Don’t Go by Michael F. Flynn brings to us a new serial that explores the nature of the mind and whether hard A.I is possible.
And a book review by Mike Phelps
Issue #8 is out
Latest from Fact & Opinion
Transhumanism – An Innocent Thought Experiment, Or A Canvas For Imagining Future Human Trajectories?
The conclusion to the essay series on humanism in SF, by Mina.
An op-ed to accompany our latest cover art, by Dustin Jacobus.
A survey of SFF in one of Europe's smallest languages, by Mariano Martín Rodríguez.
An essay about SF's fascination with human-technology chimeras, by Mina.
On the challenges of editing an SFF anthology that approaches faith with respect, by Andy Dibble.