A bird theme for this anniversary issues presents some interesting complications for the reviewer.
Dead Astronauts is getting the promotional treatment: check out this review
In Starsight, the highly anticipated follow-up to Brandon Sanderson’s Skyward, we continue Spensa Nightshade’s journey as she strives to become the best fighter pilot in the Defiant Defence Force (DDF).
Author Matthew Hughes has written a “slipstream” historical novel with fantasy elements. But much of it is true. Is it SF/F? You decide (I already think so!)
Capsule reviews of the latest issue of On Spec magazine
Dead Astronauts is not what I would call a simple read. What it is, is affective.
nothing is simple when you’re dealing with a former Angel of Death and a Drag Queen
CuriosityStream - coming close to Murrow's idea of what television ought to be
A review of Neo-Opsis magazine issue 30.
The Transcendent series from Lethe Press (a longtime publisher of queer sff of all stripes) collects a yearly roundup of best transgender speculative short fiction in this vein
Knight of the Silver Circle takes place somewhere along the lines of twenty hours after the events of Dragonslayer. The dragon Alpheratz is dead, yes, but that has turned out to be just the beginning, for there are more dragons left in the world after all
Based on the Hugo Award winniing short story Cat Pictures, Please
Issue number 8 of Anathema - an online tri-annual speculative fiction magazine of work by “queer POC / Indigenous / Aboriginal creators”
A case of mistaken identity could lead to love for an aloof starship captain and a brilliant if underappreciated mechanic from the sticks—if they can survive the dangerous mission assigned to them.
Rediscovery: Science Fiction by Women is a reminder that we all need to take a step back and appreciate the talents that paved the way.
This book assumes that humans themselves are "conscious". Recent events might suggest otherwise.
The editors realize that, this being your publication, you, the reader, have certain ideas, not only about this publication, but about scientifiction as well.
Many of us loved the old Creepshow movies, but Greg Nicotero did something about it. It’s back, baby!
Lots and lots of good and varied stuff to peruse in this issue. You can’t go wrong if you pick it up.
A review of Distant Visions by Peruvian author Otilia Navarrete
At heart, Slixx is a young ghost who loves jokes and pranks
The two biggest draws for the first book in Shah’s new series are setting and characters. Shah is a remarkable worldbuilder, with a keen sense of when and how much information to parcel out. Underwater London is both familiar and fantastical
The divide between human and canine is narrowed in the novel What’s Bred in the Bone. As author Jan S. Gephardt rewrites the definition of a hero.
Power is a helluva thing. Those who have it will do anything to keep it, and those who want it will do everything to take it.
Last year, Brandon Sanderson launched readers into a new world with Skyward, the story of Spensa (callsign: Spin), M-Bot, and the Defiant Defense Force (DDF). On November 26, everyone will have the chance to find out where the next stage of Spensa’s journey will take us in the highly anticipated sequel, Starsight.
A review of Iron Sky's sequel - The Coming Race.
The Starless Sea is a love story, an epic love letter to the art of storytelling and to the power of stories.
PLOT REVEALS OF TWO EPISODES OF THE UPCOMING AMAZING STORIES!!! Plus some of the reviews are in for Apples new streaming service. It's being met with a resounding "Meh".
The asexual and specific transgender experiences explored in this novel are not mine, but they are valid. As Strickland has mentioned themself, some readers may find the renderings of these experiences uncomfortable, and some may find them helpful and vindicating.
Twenty-nine underwater cities dot the world’s continental coastal shelves, along with hundreds of deep-sea mining and research facilities. Ten million people live beneath the sea