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Science Fiction To Look For: December 2021

The weather outside may be frightful, but we’ve got some books for you to cozy up to as the nights get longer. Especially noteworthy is Cyber Mage, by Saad Z. Hossain who wrote the brilliant science fiction/fantasy mashup novella The Gurkha and The Lord of Tuesday. There’s also a race of mute aliens in Spidertouch, the finish of Kristyn Merbeth’s Nova Viata system trilogy, and the best of the robots in Allan Kaster’s latest anthology.

Science Fiction To Look For: September 2021

Septembers Science Fiction reads cover a universe of options. There’s great Space Opera from Charles Stross and Cat Rambo, something for fans of 1984 and Tinker Tailor in Operation Brushfire by Rhett C. Bruno and James Wolanyk, a wild trip to an alternate Earth with troops on their way to the Mexican American War in the 1800s, two tales of Mecha action for fans of Pacific Rim, something for Bot fans in Activation Degradation, and much more, including Jonathan Strahan’s second annual Year’s Best Science Fiction.

Science Fiction to Look For August 2021

Looking for some summer reading this August? We’ve got plenty of space opera, including a new series by Adrian Tchaikovsky and more Marko Kloos, some near-future techno that’s ripped from the headlines (ISS v Russian Module) some stories about…oh yeah, memory, a post-apoco road trip, and William Gibson’s never produced Alien 3 screenplay, novelized by none other than Pat Cadigan. And that’s not all…


Science Fiction to Look For July 2021

Happy July sci-fi readers! If you’re feeling the heat this July, there’s plenty of Cli-Fi out this month to assure you others feel your pain. Or you can chill out in the deep black with some fine space opera. There are even some tales where Androids declare their independence,.

Science Fiction to Look for January 2021

A new year, a fresh start, and lots of great books to read. I’ve got high hopes for 2021. This month we’ve got two books with parallel world themes, Tim Pratt’s fanciful Doors of Sleep, in which a man wakes up in a new world every time he falls asleep. He’s a little bit Dr. […]

Science Fiction Books to Look for this February

February is a month on hold, when time is frozen, waiting for something to happen. It’s so bad that the greeting card industry had to create a holiday just to keep from having to shut down for the month. Fortunately, all that stasis makes it a perfect month for reading; thankfully, we’ve got some excellent […]

Science Fiction Books to Look For This Month – September 2019

September promises a rich harvest of end-of-summer reading for science fiction fans. You can start off your month with Evan Currie’s mil-sf-space opera, Archangel One and some paranormal tales with The Nobody People by Bob Proehl and Dave Hutchinson’s The Return of the Incredible Exploding Man, then go on to a fine piece of hard-sf with Becky Chambers new novella To Be Taught, […]