Martin Cahill

Martin lives in New York, just outside that sprawling metropolis everyone’s always talking about. Bookseller by day, bartender by night, freelancer at all other times, he writes whenever he can. Every so often he remembers that sleep is important. He has fiction appearing in Nightmare Magazine and Fireside Fiction. He can be found writing about books and craft beer at his blog. Tweet him about craft beer, books, Community or Locke & Key and you’ll most likely become fast friends. Blog: Craft Books Twitter: @Mcflycahill90

5 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novels That Will Take Your Breath Away

Five science fiction and fantasy novels that play with convention, do new things with the genre, and leave you wanting more.

Find Me in the Club: Discovering The Joy of a Book Club

"Everyone listened, and made space for me, as I listened and made space for them."

Inbox/Outbox: June 22, 2017

When Books Come To Life: Playing Tak

When your favorite book game becomes a real game.

Buy, Borrow, Bypass: Space Spiders, Magic’s End, and Fridge Stories

Magic, Space, and Fridge Stories: What do you buy, borrow, or bypass?

Buy, Borrow, Bypass: Queer Fantasy Books

Mini-reviews of fantasy novels with queer main characters.

Modern Monsters: Three Books To Watch For

Three books that take tell monster stories in new ways.

Let’s Start From The Back: Reading Last Lines First

One Rioter confesses his bad book habit and makes a case for reading the last line first.

Watershed Novels and Loving TOO LIKE THE LIGHTNING

One Rioter talks about the novels that deeply impacted his reading life, including TOO LIKE THE LIGHTNING by Ada Palmer.

George Saunders Wrote A Novel and I’m Having Feelings

Five Tips For Reading Aloud To Your Partner

Five Tips For Reading Aloud To Your Partner

Station Eleven, Science Fiction, and Hope

Riot Round-Up: The Best Books We Read In June

How I Track My Reading: The Book Journal