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!
Check out this month’s new SF releases
Enter now to win a copy of Annalee Newitz’s latest The Future of Another Timeline
E. Catherine Tobler, author of the up-coming The Grand Tour reveals where her love of carnivals has its origins
New myths and old, a new anthology explores both
An author’s advice on writing, even through the hard times.
An interview wqith Tamsyn Muir on her latest release – Gideon the Ninth
Is it science fiction romance with adventure. Or maybe it’s space opera with space marines and romantic elements.
Crowd funding support for black science fiction
We all need to pay more attention to Octavia Butler. Here’s your chance.
An excerpt from Starship Alchemon, by Christopher Hinz
When writing for translation – let your identity and cultural background take the lead
Here’s one easy way to build your audience
This month’s Den of Geek Book Club pick is Binti, the first installment in a novella series about a young African woman, the eponymous Binti, who leaves her home on Earth for the first time to attend an intergalactic university on another planet. (Yes, Binti is a total badass.)
An extraordinary science fiction debut, Arkady Martine’s first novel in the Texicalaan trilogy, A Memory Called Empire is perfect for fans of John Scalzi, Becky Chambers and Frank Herbert’s Dune.
the book is about taking away a fundamental right, in this case speech, and as such, anyone could have been the target.