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.
Babies, pregnancy, and parenthood are featuring frequently in this year's SFF. Is it enough to make it a trend?
Looking for gritty, high tech sci-fi full of cybernetics, AI, and virtual reality? Check out these 10 books.
As I mourn the ending of three favorite webcomics, Bill Spinester's ARIEL 51 promises to fulfill my need for weird science fiction graphic narrative.
YA is out of this world for aliens.
Many genre authors from marginalized backgrounds get their start in short fiction. Check out these amazing short story collections by authors of color.
One reader on how discovering Octavia Butler's FLEDGLING changed her reading life.
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.
Ten weird and wonderful coming-of-age stories for fans of the dearly beloved and departed coming of age cartoon Gravity Falls.
Spider Jerusalem is a truth-telling, badass journalist in an era of political corruption.
Books for science fiction fans that just want to chat with a heptapod
In this list of must-read books about space, you have space opera epics and hard science favorites. But, you'll also find some new and overlooked classics.