All organizing is science fiction. These SFF series are captivating, well-written, amazing works of literature that also fight racism.
These challenging books, including The 1619 Project edited by Nikole Hannah-Jones, take on difficult and important topics like colonialism, mental health, and gender bias.
Winter is a great season to settle in with some sff and a blanket, and these books offer sprawling narratives full of magic and wonder. Check out The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdullah for starters.
Find amazing California history books that delve into the many dynamic facets of the Golden State's history in this list, starting with The Other California: Land, Identity, and Politics on the Mexican Borderlands by Verónica Castillo-Muñoz.
Poets, literary fiction authors, and other unexpected writers are taking their shot at sci-fi and fantasy. Here are some of the best, including Future Home of the Living God by Louise Erdrich.
Poets are expert wordsmiths, so it's no surprise these prose books by poets are meticulously crafted, making for unforgettable reads.
Here are poetry collections, like Desgraciado: The Collected Letters by Angel Dominguez, that will have you parsing through your emotions and engaging in introspection — perfect for the colder months.
Snatch your favorite enchanting YA fairy tales book off the shelves — perhaps Skin of the Sea by Natasha Bowen? — and hunker down for a long, dark night full of stardust and mischief.
Whether you're seeking a witchy woo-ing, a macabre mystery, or a phantasmagoric fantasy, you'll love these Halloween books for adults, like The Monsters We Defy by Leslye Penelope.
From home decor to book accessories, these bookish goodies will help you bring paper play into your Halloween season this year.