Kay Holt writes:
The purpose of the Science in My Fiction blog is to get science fiction and fantasy writers and fans thinking ahead of science again. Playful bloggers will take a look at recent scientific developments and extrapolate potential futures from them.Looks promising.
This is a fight for survival of the fiction. It’s time to seize culture and do science to it!
While she's at it, Walhydra figures she might as well plug Crossed Genres: The magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy with a Twist, to which Athena's post has just introduced her. As their About page says:
Crossed Genres is a monthly Science Fiction/Fantasy magazine. It was founded in September 2008; Issue #1 was released on December 1, 2008.Another toy to play with!
Crossed Genres works a bit differently than most magazines. Every month, a new genre is chosen as the Current Genre; for that month, all Fiction and Cover Art submissions must combine that genre with some aspect of Science Fiction or Fantasy.