“If the purpose of science fiction is to ask questions about where humanity is going, what is the potential speculative ...
Look, I’m just saying that Spock was wrong. Not about everything, of course. But about his developmental crux, the war going ...
It’s hard enough being a single mom, but when the child you’re raising is a burgeoning superhero with tons of reality-bending ...
We, along with everyone else who has an HBO subscription, will be watching the Watchmen come October 20, and ahead of the ...
Caledonia Styx returns knife-quick and bright as ever in Steel Tide, the thrilling, propulsive second installment of the ...
Welcome back to the Lovecraft reread, in which two modern Mythos writers get girl cooties all over old Howard’s sandbox, from ...
Science fiction and fantasy are full of horrible ways you can die, but the genre has also been pretty inventive in horrible ...
What must it feel like to live in your own legend? This is one of the key themes of Joe Abercrombie’s books: characters swept ...
Howard: I suppose the first thing we should do is lay the groundwork. This is about FORGOTTEN fantasy swords, people—that ...
A difficulty haunts me, now, when I’m reviewing or otherwise critiquing books: am I judging the book I in fact read, or the ...
New Zealand will once again be home to Middle-earth. Amazon announced that its upcoming series based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s ...
Tamsyn Muir’s epic-sci-fi-fantasy-necromantic-comedy debut, Gideon the Ninth, published last week. (From the writer herself: ...