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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

No Really, Read Ann Leckie

There are times when a book comes across your radar that changes your way of looking at the genre. It’s ...

Buy, Borrow, Bypass: Strange New Worlds

The Incorruptibles by John Hornor Jacobs Take John Wayne and the Roman Empire’s love child, splice in Tolkien by way ...

How I Track My Reading: The Book Journal

I used to scoff at the idea of keeping a book journal. What was the point? I used to think. ...

Alternative Capes: Superhero Stories You Need To Read

Dark and brooding bat people hanging on rooftops are a wonderful thing, and there is a time and place for ...

Excellent Alternative Apocalypse Novels

Boring zombie hordes gnashing their teeth against the on-the-edge-of-their-sanity heroes, with their five o’clock shadows and baseball bats? How about ...

The Art of Reading Spines

While we at the Riot are taking this lovely summer week off to rest (translation: read by the pool/ocean/on our ...

Fantastic Future: Nora Jemisin

The Fantastic Future Spotlight is a series of posts highlighting writers in the fantasy and science fiction field who are ...

LONG HIDDEN Emerges

It was an underground needle in a haystack of iron and steel, but I finally found myself a C train, ...

Fantastic Future: Max Gladstone

The Fantastic Future Spotlight is a series of posts highlighting writers in the fantasy and science fiction field who are ...

The Art of Reading Spines

“We’re not a Costco. We’re not a Best Buy. We have something entirely different from them. We’re more than just ...

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