Adrian Liang
Adrian Liang
Adrian is an East Coast transplant to the gorgeous Northwest. One of the fortunate few who has parlayed her English degree into a paying gig, Adrian has been working in the book world for more than twenty years, which makes her feel both a tiny bit old and very, very lucky.

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Good Me Bad Me

The Secret, Dangerous Lives of Teenagers in Ali Land's Chilling "Good Me Bad Me"

Ali Land talks with us about her mesmerizing debut novel about a girl whose mother is a serial killer.

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Mark Millar Gives the Spy Genre a Kick in the ... Pants

Comics creator Mark Millar chats with us about the genesis of Kingsman and its brand-new sequel, which releases in theaters this weekend.

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The Woman Who Couldn't Scream

“The Woman Who Couldn’t Scream”: Christina Dodd on Writing Suspense

With more than 50 novels and a fistful of short stories to her name, Christina Dodd knows how to craft a well-honed story. Here she speaks with us about writing suspense and concluding her Virtue Falls series with a stunning finale.

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Most anticipated SFF

Upcoming Science Fiction and Fantasy Books We Can't Wait to Read

Settle into longer nights with these ten highly anticipated science fiction and fantasy books.

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Learn Better

Ulrich Boser's Ten Commandments of Learning to Learn

In today's world, you have to always learn more to keep ahead--or just keep up. Here, Ulrich Boser has 10 life-changing tips for learning how to learn.

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The best SF and fantasy of September

The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of September: Our Top 5 Picks

Princess Leia, nobles who can kill with bloodred shadows, a robot assassin who dreams of autonomy, and much more can be found in our favorite science fiction and fantasy books of September.

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Something Like Happy

When "Something Like Happy" Becomes an Author's Mission

We chat with Eva Woods about her lovely new novel "Something Like Happy" and the small but important ways we can pull ourselves and each other out of dark times.

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River of Teeth by Sarah Gailey

"River of Teeth" - Not Just a Place but a Point of View

Craft Sequence series author Max Gladstone asks Sarah Gailey about her hippo-augmented alternate history of the American south. Brace yourself.

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Punch Escrow

Tal M. Klein Answers Readers' Burning Questions--and Ours--about "The Punch Escrow"

Teleportation is a tricky thing.... Tal M. Klein answers questions about instantaneous travel and whether or not it's the safest way to send the Mona Lisa--or you--from place to place.

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Hit the books - Binge read romance

Hit the (Romance) Books: Back to Binge-Reading

Four excellent binge-worthy series that will consume you. In a good way.

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