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.
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.
Add some of the best fantastic, ambiguous, twisting, mysterious, and world-bending SFF short story collections out there right now to your TBR.
You'll want these great YA anthologies on your 2020 TBR.
Check out the cover for RURAL VOICES YA ANTHOLOGY edited by Nora Carpenter, and discover myriad voices from rural America.
It's time to get excited about stories again this year. And what better way to get our reading energy back than with some short story anthologies?
Why essay collections are more necessary now than ever.
Collecting essays and stories about disability, love, anger, and more, these forthcoming anthologies from the last half of 2019 should be on your radar.
May is Short Story Month, which means it's time to dive into some delicious bite-sized prose.
Calling all YA anthology fans! Add these five 2019 YA anthologies to your TBR this year!
Collections of the year's best science fiction and fantasy short fiction, all coming out this year.
Anthologies of literary fiction, YA stories, and speculative fiction, all from people of color and/or LGBTQ+ voices.
A round up of short bedtime stories for wired kids, exhausted adults, and anyone who needs a little help drifting off to sleep. Sweet dreams!