If your book was for an audience one century in the future, what would you write?
Randall Munroe's "What If? Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions" is exactly what it says it is.
While comparing the Bible to fantasy fiction is not likely to settle well with about 28 percent of Americans, I did exactly that for On Faith this week.
From drilling holes in heads to sperm filled with little men, there's no doubt that medicine today is much better than it's pre-scientific origins.
"Euphoria" is a story about seizing life and a reminder of the potentially high cost of power and the lasting effects of our choices.
If by some strange experiment of internet time travel you were friended by your younger self on Facebook, would accept it?
When we look into the clouds, sometimes what we find is exactly what we were looking for in the first place.
Feminist Frequency challenges the video game trope "Women as Background Decoration" in these the latest two episodes. Warning: graphic images.