Shades of Earth, the final book in the Across the Universe series is a mixed bag.
A review of the audiobook of the second novel in the Across the Universe series.
Books, comics, podcasts, conventions…if you don’t read spanish, you’re missing a lot!
In a YA market saturated by dystopias and supernatural romance, one novel dares to be something different.
New books, new magazine issues and a new movie!
Mexican YA. A tale of a home-based holiday.
Fans of original storytelling targeted for the young adult audiences will be impressed with emergence of author Lauren Roy and her soon to be released fantasy book, The Fire Children.
Not every book works well on the big screen. But once in a while, written words need to be put in motion. Why isn’t The Long Walk a movie yet?
Meet the kindermers – mermaid children – in Dianne Lynn Gardner’s Pouraka
The horror! The Horror! Lovecraft in verse…with pictures! My mind….it’s descending into MADNESS!
Down the Wormhole by Ana Franco is an ambitious first installment to a complex, imaginative and often unpredictable young adult fantasy story.
In this post, I would like to introduce my own visual interpretation of Earthsea and its places and characters
I picked up the animated movie version from Studio Ghibli and was delighted to see Tenar pop up again. There must be a fourth book then!
A report on and a photo gallery from the VII International Colloquium for Fiction Fantastic held at the Center for Literary Studies Antonio Cornejo Polar Lima – Peru
A summary for our spanish speaking friends of our most popular items from September
A review of a history of You Are the Hero adventure game books.
A review of Georgia Clark’s second young adult novel – Parched
Elizabeth Haydon returns to The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme with The Tree of Water, the fourth volume in her popular fantasy adventure series.
Meet new author Kaitlyn McKnight, who wrote her first published novel at the age of 12.
A great Science Fiction YA anthology’s reprise hits the stands
The Mechanikals by John Dodds is the first installment in a new YA Steampunk series. It is a strong beginning to an absorbing and entertaining world of wonder.
Tanya returns with the english language version of her interview with Hal Duncan, author of Vellum.
Author Hal Duncan (Vellum) has been adopted by Finnish Fandom. Find out why.
With so many vampires (vampyres) to choose from, you’re bound to find one that tastes just right!
A review of the second volume of this successful YA anthology series.
Heinlein’s YA (Juvenile) work is still generating praise and controversy.
John Dodd’s latest, a steampunk YA novel, The Mechanikals (Michael Moorcock reads him!)
A YA fantasy that is for adults and accessible to teens; about a young woman who might be living in two worlds. And if so, are either or both real? Which one?
Steve posits some similarities between Robert A. Heinlein and Captain America in this continuation of his examination of the RAH “juveniles”.
I seem to be unable to do single columns about stuff I’m passionate about. Heinlein is no exception. Robert A. Heinlein, who was characterized as the “Dean of Science Fiction,” though he was not necessarily the oldest or the best writer of SF during his lifetime, began his writing career before he went back into […]