#anthologies

25 Must-Read Horror Collections and Anthologies

Short story horror collections like Dark Matter: Reading the Bones edited by Sheree R. Thomas fit more frights into just a few pages, giving readers more bang for their terrified buck.

Exploring the Best American Series

The Best American Short Stories anthology has been around since 1915 and had some interesting iterations. Here's a brief history.

New and Forthcoming 2022-2023 YA Anthologies to TBR

Get ready for an exploring out excellent 2022-2023 YA anthologies hitting shelves exploring technology, college, and more.

The Best Of the Best Of’s: An Exploration of Best Of Anthologies

Thousands of short stories are read each year in order for editors to create Best of anthologies. Here is a look at a few.

Horror Anthology Books For Some Mid-Year Frights

Here's a list of 9 great horror anthology books full of monsters and mayhem to satisfy your mid-year frights, including The Valancourt Book of World Horror Stories, Volume One edited by James D. Jenkins and Ryan Cagle.

3 New Comics Anthologies for Your TBR

Explore some books off the beaten path and find new comics creators to follow with these new comics anthologies you won't want to miss.

How Poetry Is Helping Me Through The Pandemic

One reader shares how poetry has brought her comfort and companionship in the midst of the pandemic, and offers some recommendations.

Alone Together Now: 9 Books About Life During COVID-19

Stories from doctors, writers, artists, and children about life during COVID-19, from firsthand accounts and poetry to lighthearted musings.

Read Harder: An SFF Anthology Edited by a Person of Color

In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read an SFF anthology edited by a person of color.

5 Great Speculative Fiction Anthologies of 2020

Explore myriad stories imagined around shared themes and discover new favorite authors through these 2020 speculative fiction anthologies, including Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite, Edited by Zoraida Cordova and Natalie C. Parker.