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It’s sometimes referred to as Indigenous Futurism: the recent rise in speculative literature that places Indigenous people at the center ..read more
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It’s an age-old debate in the speculative fiction community: what separates science fiction from fantasy? It sounds simple—magic and ..read more
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Science fiction, fantasy, and horror are genres with a long history behind them, and historians and writers have spilled plenty of ink ..read more
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October is here, and we the people demand to spend it scared out of our wits. Happily, Big Publishing is responding: how else to explain ..read more
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This month in SFF, comics, and manga bestseller news at Barnes & Noble: As the fall publishing season ramps up, there has been a lot ..read more
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For a long time, The Adventure Zone felt like my little secret: this podcast that I adored, in which three brothers play a rowdy, ..read more
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A Lush and Seething Hell is not a novel, but a bind-up of two horror novellas by John Hornor Jacobs, an author who has a proven affinity ..read more
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The Athena Club returns for one last adventure in Theodora Goss’s The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl, the final installment ..read more
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In 1982, co-creators Stephen King and George Romero leaned into their love of 1950s horror comics with the anthology film Creepshow, ..read more
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Ninth House, by Leigh Bardugo The first adult novel from New York Times bestseller Leigh Bardugo—author of several Russia-inspired ..read more

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