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22 Mar 2019
Much of modern life revolves around someone providing goods or a service to someone else, and yet a good portion of speculative fiction ignores the work-a-day basics of a society.
22 Mar 2019
How come curses always follow these expeditions and not rabbits?
21 Mar 2019
Here are the friends who have left or fallen out of contact in the last few years, and we thank them for their gifts, kindnesses, and dedication.
20 Mar 2019
The implication is not just that there is an ongoing counter-tradition to commercial fantasy but also that these writers represent in some sense the ongoing legacy of the modernist inward-turn.
18 Mar 2019
It helps enormously that Davin has created an engaging, original setting for her story.
15 Mar 2019
Most of these stories play with how people perceive their world, move through time, or adapt to sudden change.
13 Mar 2019
One of Yaszek's goals in this volume is to provide a glimpse into the world of women science fiction writers between Mary Shelley—often seen as the writer who kick-started the genre—and the explosion of women and other non-cis-male science fiction writers in the 1970s and beyond.
11 Mar 2019
The society of Before She Sleeps operates ostensibly through the enslavement of the female reproductive body, whilst also being obliquely bolstered by the commodification of intimacy and emotional labour.
8 Mar 2019
What I got in the novel is definitely not quite what I expected, but it’s an engaging and interestingly offbeat fantasy tale all the same.
6 Mar 2019
This anthology offers contrasting snippets and frightening scenarios of the kind of life we might find ourselves living tomorrow.
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