Like our universe, the science fiction genre is constantly expanding. Here is a sampling of the seemingly endless list of its subgenres.
Science fiction has a lot to say about where we'll be concerning things like technology, but what does it have to say about our food?
There is an enormous amount of SFF standalone books out there, and this list takes a look at 10 of the best ones you can read, including Black Water Sister.
Time-related shenanigans in books can make for quite the adventure, so it makes sense that a lot of middle grade books are about time loops!
The most influential sci-fi books of all time examine humanity's longest-held hopes and deepest, most visceral fears, like Phoenix Extravagant by Yoon Ha Lee.
The themes of self and other, of person vs machine, in mecha manga are engaging and thoughtful--even more so in our current times.
You best start believing in cyberpunk dystopias. You're practically living in one. Here's a critical analysis of the cyberpunk genre.
Mary Shelley was an extraordinary woman who changed literary history, and her biography is as astonishing and original as her novels.
These mathematical science fiction books use mathematics in world-building to advance the plot and build characters.
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.