Be careful about the terms and slang you use in your writing, it might not be historically accurate
What must it feel like to live in your own legend?
When socially awkward Dexter Fortis rescues an elf owl blown off course by a storm, he has no idea the bird is a shifter named Orion
Writing rituals - when to use them and when to give them up
Check out these new reads for Fall
Steel Tide builds on the successes of Seafire, deepening characters and emotions, hoisting the stakes sky-high.
Fetching was once the only female rider in the Lot Lands. Now she is the leader of her own hoof
Multiple megastructures, or is something else dimming these stars?
Pets in Space 4, the fourth volume in this series, will debut the first week of October
Vox is easily defined as a more modern take on The Handmaid's Tale
Not a tremendous amount of magic, but oh so clearly a secondary world that is aware of its parts.
An advanced look at Looking Glass, a collection of novellas by Christina Henry
A review of the debut novel The Stars Now Unclaimed by Drew Williams’
Annalee Newitz Autonomous is a fairly brutal book at points, but it's never hopeless. It explores the limits of idealism and good intentions
In this world of social media and hacking and etc., anything you say anywhere anytime EVER can come back to bite you.
A YA author discusses her journey to authorship
Space Westerns are making a come back
Jim C. Hines...Janitors of the post apocalypse...what's not to love?
As a freelancer, choosing what to write next can be an interesting decision
Can we learn anything about survival from survival films?
This week is Bisexual+ Awareness Week. Be aware!
The Resurrectionist of Caligo plays with genre in an intriguing and clever way. There are horror elements mixed with fantasy, colonial critique, and class commentary, all blended into a book that is a pleasure to read.
Visit a Mars colony set up for both scientific research and a reality show in Emma Newman's Before Mars
Experimenting with flash
The 5th Gender - a cozy mystery science fiction and queer romantic comedy with a healthy dose of social commentary
An unusual deep sea find
A collection of short stories from the author of NInefox Gambit
Why do authors blog when they're already doing all of that writing?
I think the definition of Grimdark has shifted in the last few years; I’ve always thought of Grimdark as absurdly over-the-top darkness, grim darkness so grim and dark it becomes humorous
An interview with the author of a story about internal superpowers - based on a Podcast series!