Great bundle offer. Mostly first-issues on the lower tiers, but some great volumes at the $10, $15, and $20marks. How about voting on an award itself? A proposed new fan-voted YA award needs a name, from a shortlist of 6 options: Anansi Lodestar Ouroboros Spellcaster Tesseract Worldcon Fill out the survey here ...3 participating ...what are the Hugo Awards? They're fan-voted awards for the best in science fiction and fantasy books, comics, TV and movies, fan works and more! In order to nominate, you need to be at least a supp...4 participating
Excellent review of 'Deserts of Fire: Speculative Fiction and the Modern War edited by Douglas Lain' which explores more than just the book itselfI'm not the target audience for Douglas Lain's Deserts of Fire. There are many reasons for this. As a book, it takes the United States of America for its centre and its history is drawn from the same context; consequently, its attempt at intervention in t...
Big list of short fiction published in 2016, for your Hugo-nomination consideration.2 participating While science fiction might be sometimes dismissed as a case of over-active imagination of a distant and exciting future, an over-active imagination is not always a bad thing.2 participating True to its name, the Syfy channel has made a habit of adapting science fiction and fantasy literature both established (Childhood's End, Hyperion) and contemporary (The Expanse, The Magicians). Now it seems there's another much-beloved property on the ne... This is likely the closest any of us will get to a set visit any time soon Just cross posting this here because I haven't been able to get this book out of my head since I completed it. An amazingly unique, engaging, and mind-bending read.