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Alex Acks

Alex Acks is a writer, geologist, and sharp-dressed sir. They've written for Six to Start and been published in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Shimmer, Daily Science Fiction, and more. Alex lives in Denver with their two furry little bastards, where they twirl their mustache, watch movies, and bike. Twitter: @katsudonburi Website:

All Issues of FIYAH Literary Magazine Removed from Goodreads

FIYAH literary magazine has been deleted from Goodreads. Here's a recap of what happened, and Goodreads' response, when a reader asked for an explanation.

WorldCon 76 Report: Hugo Awards, Lodestars, and MAGA Hats

Get a rundown of what happened at this year's World Science Fiction Convention, from Hugo process news to alt-right protesters.

Overdrive vs Libby: Which Will Serve You Best?

12 Books to Pierce the Filter Bubble

Much is made of how progressives need to try to understand Trump voters, but what about the other way around? Here are books to help.

WorldCon Updates Programming in Response to Critiques From SF Creators

WorldCon is redoing the programming for this year's science fiction convention after receiving critiques from sci-fi creators, including Hugo nominees.

How WorldCon Failed Marginalized SF Creators With Programming and Communication

Creators respond to the sidelining of marginalized creators in programming and communication for upcoming science fiction convention, WorldCon.

Tor Hits Libraries With Lending Delay

Tor has decided that as of July 2018, libraries don't get to start lending out their new ebook releases when they come out.

The Ripples of #CockyGate

One romance author's attempt to trademark the word "cocky" is having a ripple effect in publishing.

35 Of The Best Fantasy Audiobooks (and Series)

Looking for a new fantasy audiobook to start (or a whole new series)? Start here!

#Cockygate Continues: The Best Bits of the Recent Hearing

A romance author has trademarked the word "cocky" and filed for an injunction against other authors using the word in their titles. Here's what the judge had to say in the latest episode of #cockygate.