Wednesday, 13 July 2011


Slag that I am, I currently have three different articles doing the rounds, each exploring a different facet of the BFI's current season of Soviet SF. There's this at The Quietus, about Aelita, Bogdanov and the 'first wave' post-revolutionary science fiction of the 1920s; there's this in Glass Magazine about Yefremov, Lem and the thaw-era second wave; and finally this, for Sound and Music, about Eduard Artemiev's soundtracks for Solaris, Stalker and Mechte Navstrechu (clip above). Enjoy!