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Carol Shetler remembers how important Star Trek was to her family when she was growing up, and especially the effect that the show's strong female characters had on her.
A world and a boy named 1124562
A very enjoyable and original group of tales
A poignant portrayal of a land abandoned to gruesome death calls to mind the devastation caused by the Black Plague nearly seven hundred years ago.
The Occasional Diamond Thief is an enjoyably complex story
Certain topics are never supposed to be discussed with strangers: religion and faith head the list. The featured authors in Wrestling with Gods:wave aside such strictures
Red Girls is driven by supernatural events, precognition, and the fixations of its many strong women.
Ecological disaster followed by plague require cybertechnology and a military solution
Macabre, erotic, fantastic poetry.
Mark Charan Newton, author of the Legends of the Red Sun fantasy quartet, continues a new series in Retribution, in which he skillfully melds...
Savage draws the reader along on his heroes' fantastic missions through careful plotting and subtle foreshadowing, and entertains with original similes, such as: "Siskin was ... eating like a pelican gobbling in a pool of trout."
Multiple winner of Canada's Aurora Award, Randy McCharles presents three tales of dark fantasy in The Necromancer Candle and Two Other Stories.