Once upon a time there lived a boy-girl named Cynae. After a series of difficulties, she came to live in a small house in the woods.
Here, our first challenge. Do we address Cynae as she or he?
The thelawallah’s cart resembles a war field:
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Kerstin Hall's "Bombyx mori."
I hope that fellow grouchy science fiction and fantasy readers will find Age of Blight and be similarly reassured, as I was, that they’re not the only ones long past the sense of possibility that accompanies worry, and on to simply coping and adapting (or failing to, and wanting books to relate to just the same).
What kind of movie could one make of a story where a person decides to accept that they will live a life full of joy and pain, beforehand?
Perhaps Bennett never stopped writing about America when he began City of Stairs .