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23 Sep 2020
What should be a happy ending still feels grim and foreboding.
21 Sep 2020
Speculative fiction is perhaps our only real hope of transforming those hierarchies, but only when it is willing to grapple with how they actually work in the world.
16 Sep 2020
The cruelty in the world of Mordew is as pervasive as its damp.
14 Sep 2020
A core component of Jemisin's premise in The City We Became demands that she do something that few authors have ever successfully attempted.
9 Sep 2020
Claiming T-Mo is not an easily categorizable novel.
7 Sep 2020
If the necromancers are back gayer than ever, their queerness is surprisingly of the pining rather than the brazen kind.
2 Sep 2020
How Much of These Hills Is Gold follows two Chinese-American children as they wander the American West searching for a place to bury their father, for acceptance and belonging, and for any place or people they can call home.
31 Aug 2020
From Delhi to London, Baltimore to Singapore, we’ll probably never all sit down in the same room, but we’re united by a broad and consistently interrogated vision of SF.
31 Aug 2020
Despite being marketed as a novel about revenge against the elite class, I frankly did not give a shit about the royal drama once I got there—at that point, I wanted to know what the islanders were up to, as they were far more interesting and better developed than most of the royal characters.
31 Aug 2020
For speculative fiction to become a truly inclusive and egalitarian space, every axis of exclusion must be interrogated, and every potential drawbridge turned into a gateway.
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