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24 Feb 2021
A River Called Time is at its most disquieting in those moments where alternate history brushes against our own.
22 Feb 2021
Why isn’t life really like that though?
22 Feb 2021
Regardless of who the editor is and how they identify, they need to trust their authors’ stories and experiences.
22 Feb 2021
This collection’s takeaway is that, for human society to become sustainable, it needs to retrain itself to be less aggressive and consumptive.
19 Feb 2021
This isn’t “gothic-infused,” it’s straight-up gothic.
17 Feb 2021
Phoenix Extravagant is an altogether softer novel, where little loves and little preoccupations are as important to the world as the great conflicts
15 Feb 2021
Jade War’s story is multi-layered and satisfying, its characters rooted in a nuanced system of values which makes their actions in turn relatable, intriguing, and occasionally abhorrent without ever feeling out of place.
10 Feb 2021
While the trappings of loss and grief are all there … they remain just that: trappings.
8 Feb 2021
Driftwood is a collection of parables of the unmoored.
3 Feb 2021
Jones offers a critique of what it means to try to leave one’s past behind, whether what we seek to escape is the bad things we do—or the other lives we lived.
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