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Today, in cities across the globe, millions of people are taking part in the Global Climate Strike, an international movement to bring ..read more
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About a decade ago, a then-fresh faced Joe Abercrombie arrived on the fantasy scene with The First Law, a bold, daring, and merciless ..read more
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Against the backdrop of the Jin–Song Wars, two Song patriots, Ironheart Yang and Skyfury Guo, make a vow: if their unborn children are ..read more
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A Little Hatred, by Joe AbercrombieIn Adua, science is beginning to rise even as violence remains the most reliable force in the world. ..read more
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Valerie Valdes debut novel Chilling Effect began its publishing life with #DVPit, the popular Twitter pitch content in which authors try ..read more
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I think we can all agree that not all science fiction stories need to span multiple volumes, and not all fantasy series need to be as long ..read more
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From Final Fantasy to Phantasy Star, Japanese RPGs have been a huge source of inspiration for a whole generation of science fiction and ..read more
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The opening of Deborah Hewitt’s accomplished debut, The Nightjar, is comfortably familiar, despite the extremely uncomfortable and ..read more
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Last month, Zen Cho (Sorcerer to the Crown, The True Queen) brought home a Hugo Award for her novelette “If at First You Don’t ..read more
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Where do imaginary friends go when we no longer need them? That’s the question at the heart of Tyler Hayes quirky, poignant, and ..read more

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