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Recent articles by Swapna:

Books to Read If You Love Orange Is the New Black

Missing OITNB? These reads occupy the same thought-waves, from fiction and memoir to the original Orange Is the New Black book. Keep the fandom going with these incredible books. → Read More

Riveting Thrillers About Moms That'll Keep You Up at Night

These popular thrillers about moms showcase the extent mothers will go to in order to protect their children, but in some cases also reveal the harm that can be done. Each of these stories will keep you up late into the night as you breathlessly race toward the last page. → Read More

13 sci-fi and fantasy novels you shouldn't miss in July

Not sure what to read in July? SYFY FANGRRLS can help you choose. → Read More

How Star Trek: Deep Space Nine laid the groundwork for Discovery

“It’s just too dark.” “It doesn’t feel like Star Trek.” “Star Trek isn’t about war.” If you’ve been paying attention to the online discourse around Star Trek: Discovery, you’re probably very familiar with these sentiments. After all, these are a few of the reasons that people have been incessantly criticizing the show, which recently concluded its second season on CBS All Access. → Read More

Raktajino is the chai tea of the Star Trek universe

We're so sad to have to break some important news about Klingon coffee to you. → Read More

Books to Give Your Mom This Mother's Day

Books make the perfect gifts for mothers, whether they’re new moms or grandparents, whether they are in traditional families or single parents. You can find a book for every mom in your life on this comprehensive list. → Read More

Star Trek: Discovery needs to make its Borg connection canon

A new origin story would improve both the Borg and the show. → Read More

How Saru Earned the Captain's Chair, and More

If Michael is 'Discovery''s soul, then Saru is its heart. → Read More

CBS and Nickelodeon to air animated Star Trek series aimed at teens

Today, CBS and Nickelodeon announced a new untitled CG-animated Star Trek series. It will follow a group of teenagers who stumble upon an old, dilapidated ship. They have little guidance and are answerable only to themselves when the show begins, but thanks to the ship they will find meaning and, perhaps, a greater purpose. → Read More

'Burnout' Is An Essential Guide To Tackling Stress, Aimed Specifically At Women

If you're a millennial, you've probably heard about how your entire generation is burned out. You know that you have been short-changed by the generations that come before you. You and your peers are buying fewer houses, getting married later, and… → Read More

The identity of The Red Angel is revealed on Star Trek: Discovery

“The Red Angel,” Star Trek: Discovery’s tenth episode of its second season, moved so fast that I didn’t even have time to stop and think about whether a certain turn of events made sense. It turns out that was on purpose, as the end reveal of the Red Angel's identity made clear. → Read More

Cover reveal: A House of Rage and Sorrow by Sangu Mandanna

Want more information on the new space opera from Sangu Mandanna? We here at FANGRRLS have you covered. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren pledges to break up Facebook, Google and Amazon

Elizabeth Warren is coming for big tech companies. → Read More

'Yakuza' spin-off 'Judgment' comes to PS4 on June 25th

If you're a fan of the popular Yakuza game, then you've probably been eagerly anticipating the newest installment of the gangster series. Judgment will be avail... → Read More

SpaceX is set to launch its crew spacecraft for the first time

After this weekend, SpaceX may be one step closer to launching astronauts to space. → Read More

Electron microscope can record movies at the atomic scale

The Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory installed a new electron detector that can capture images at the atomic level at a much faster... → Read More

T-Mobile denies delaying its 5G launch (update)

Sprint may have committed to debuting its 5G service this May, but partner T-Mobile is a little behind. In an interview with CNET, the company's chief technolog... → Read More

'The Sound of Thunder' returns Saru to his home planet

“The Sound of Thunder” takes Star Trek: Discovery back to Saru’s home planet of Kaminar far faster than I would have expected (though I’ve learned not to underestimate how fast this show moves). On a more personal level, it also showed us who the new Saru is — he’s as brave and capable as he’s ever been, but he’s also assertive in an entirely new way. → Read More

Mexican scientist Eva Ramón Gallegos cures HPV with light therapy

A cure for HPV may be on the horizon, thanks to this new research. → Read More

In 'Doza’s Dilemma,' the First Order takes action against our Star Wars Resistance heroes

The First Order makes a move against the platform in "Doza's Dilemma." → Read More