Science Fiction + Fantasy
Seveneves

Neal Stephenson Speaks about His Latest Epic: "Seveneves"

In a one-on-one conversation with David Mitchell, author of Cloud Atlas, Neal Stephenson reveals his thoughts on genetic predestination, the survival instinct, and building a sprawling fictional universe.

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Our Dragon Doesn't Eat the Girls He Takes: Novik's "Uprooted"

We've chosen Uprooted as one of our Best Books of the Month picks for May. Here, author Naomi Novik, well-known for her popular fantasy Temeraire series, delves into the creative genesis of her first stand-alone novel.

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HE-MAN_COVER

Graphic Novel Friday: By the Power of Grayskull!

Nostalgia alert: One of my clearest memories as a child is running up the stairs to find a He-Man sword and armor set at the top—a birthday present that turned me into a life-sized action figure...

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Blood Kin

Winners of the Bram Stoker Award for Horror and Dark Fantasy

On Saturday, May 9, the Horror Writers Association presented the Bram Stoker Award to works of excellence in horror and dark fantasy. From novels to graphic novels, here are the nominees and the deserving winners.

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The Three-Body Problem

Locus Award Nominees for Best in Science Fiction and Fantasy

Locus magazine readers have voted on the best science fiction and fantasy books of the year. See who the top vote getters are per category for the Locus Awards.

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Midnight Crossed

From the Desk of Charlaine Harris: How a Childhood Tradition Sparked Her New Series

Charlaine Harris reveals how she searched for the inspiration of her new series and where she ultimately—and unexpectedly—found it.

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Ancillary Sword

Best Science Fiction Shortlist: Hugo Award Nominees Are Announced

Over the weekend, the Hugo Award nominees were announced with much fanfare. Learn what novels and graphic novels the World Science Fiction Society selected to represent the best in class in science fiction.

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Magic

Terry Pratchett Dies at 66

Author Terry Pratchett, the best-selling fantasy writer, has died at the age of 66. Despite being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease eight years ago, Pratchett continued to write and publish--his latest is A Blink on the Screen, a collection of short fiction that will be published next week.

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Maude

Indie Titles Perfect for the Big Screen

While it’s exciting to see an indie favorite like 50 Shades of Grey pushed to the big screen, we’d love to see some more get the Hollywood treatment. Here are some cinematic page-turners that we dream to watch in theaters.

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Big Spring Books

Our Picks for the Best Books of the Season

I know this will be hard to believe for many (I’m thinking of you Northeastern states!), but spring is almost sprung and with it a bevy of exciting book releases. From blockbusters to the best in literary fiction, nonfiction, children's...

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