Travel from the streets of Seoul to the rainforests of the Amazon with these lush YA fantasy books set in far-off places.
One Rioter reflects on her recent love for the matriarchal society shown in Kate Elliott's COURT OF FIVES, and offers a list of further SFF matriarchies.
Babies, pregnancy, and parenthood are featuring frequently in this year's SFF. Is it enough to make it a trend?
Get your boba and book fix in this list of 10 boba tea and book match-ups.
On the heels of the success of 13 Reasons Why, we have 7 more YA books that Netflix should adapt.
Check out thew newest trailer for season 7 of Game of Thrones!
5 Science Fiction and Fantasy magazines that will add promising new writers, innovative storytelling, and new viewpoints to your reading.
It's time to pick a Special Prosecutor. Here are six picks from the worlds of science fiction and fantasy. Evil doers, beware.
One reader on why the best dragon books are the ones that subvert the usual dragon stories.
Why everyone should start reading the novels in the middle of a book series instead of starting at the beginning at least once.
Fantasy is better with magical talking cats.
Excellent fantasy reads for Austenites!
Ten weird and wonderful coming-of-age stories for fans of the dearly beloved and departed coming of age cartoon Gravity Falls.
Stuck on your novel? Try getting a beta reader!
In the face of immeasurable sorrow, one Rioter offers twenty SFF reads to help you make your way through the stages of grief.