This is a rich fantasy, powered by ambitious, passionate women knights and princes, and soft, romantic witch men.
Since you can't go to the readings and signings, Amazing Stories brings them to you! Learn about the world-building and historical background for Barbara Barnett's Apothecary series!
Fletcher’s big body was designed to attract the women of Earth. (and they said Earth Girls are Easy....)
Alejandro Veintimilla, Ecuadorian writer, has published Echoes and Caverns. 12 stories set in the context of cyberpunk science fiction. Its background is the technological world
A review of Windumanoth #10 featuring an interview with Richard Morgan and Tim Pratt and the art of Breogán Álvarez.
Oh what the heck! We're all confined indoors, go ahead and get hot and bothered!
For his last column of the year and the decade, Steve reviews two excellent items: a new book by Lisa Mason, and the last 2019 F&SF. Both are well worth the read!
The English translation of Norwegian author Maja Lunde’s sophomore novel, The End of the Ocean, is released as massive fires sweep Australia, destroying communities and ecosystems in their wake, and pumping 400 million tons of carbon into the atmosphere.
What a trip! Literally.
More Expanse! What's not to like?
a short fiction collection featuring a never before seen novelette
A review of Incredible Stories magazine #17.
With The Water Dancer, Coates’s first full-length novel, a story about slavery and a superpower, we pay witness to a writer unchained.
SF Romance for the Holidays. (Was Rudolph an alien, a mutant or a robot?)
Captain Varden never meant to lie to True, but when she assumed he was a hologram, he didn’t correct her. Now that's a great hook!
Part II of Steve’s review of an excellent SF and fantasy collection of stories by San Francisco’s Lisa Mason.
Cue Ennio Morricone - The Good, the Bad and the Cyborg (not ugly)
Den of Geek recommends a handful of new books for your fall reading pleasure
time travel, steampunk, paranormal cozy romances and more
Get your romance on!
Argentina includes genre in a Federal writing contest; Counterfactual has a review of the second issue ofAeternum; The Argentine North American Cultural Institute offers a creative writing workshop; more
A review of The Synthetic. Narrations about, robots, post human beings and artificial intelligence
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A new Dr. Seuss ms was found in a box in a closet, and now, with help from artist Andrew Joyner, we get to read it
Some suggestions for combatting quarantine ennui
Hurry - these have been on the stands for three days now - don 't miss 'em!
Veronica's round up of new releases for this week