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Cover of We Shall Be Monsters by Tara Sim, showing a woman and a skeleton facing each other on purple insect wings against a dark background.

Read an Excerpt From Tara Sim’s We Shall Be Monsters

A twisty, darkly atmospheric YA fantasy where the real horrors are not the monsters you face, bu...

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Planetary Romance Goes Interstellar: Almuric by Robert E. Howard and Beyond the Farthest Star by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Our heroes are transported to strange, hostile worlds and must fight to survive in these tales,...

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Five Works of SF Inspired by Pseudoscience

Some very good (or at least very interesting) SF has been based on truly bonkers pseudoscience--...

Terry Pratchett Book Club: Snuff, Part I

Carrot, how could you not check that envelope, you know better...

Five Unforgettable Norse Warriors in Historical Fiction and Fantasy

Berserkers and shield-maidens, orcs and Vikings, and epic exploits...

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Cover of Dreadful by Caitlin Rozakis, showing a black, castle-like building with black tentacles, against a red background.

Read an Excerpt From Caitlin Rozakis’s Dreadful

Killer moat squid, toxic masculinity, an evil wizard convocation, and a garlic festival. All at...

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Cover of Lake of Souls by Ann Leckie

Ann Leckie Dredges Up Short Fiction Treasures in Her New Collection Lake of Souls

Discover the wit and weight of the Ancillary Justice and Raven Tower author’s short fiction.

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Cover of Twelfth Knight by Alexene Farol Follmuth

Play Along With Twelfth Knight: An Arthurian One-Shot TTRPG

An enthralling adventure built on the Arthurian lore that inspired Alexene Farol Follmuth's new...

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Collection of book covers for 5 SFF titles that feature unique mentors

Five of SFF’s Wisest and Quirkiest Mentors

From clever young witches to itinerant monks, there's much to learn from each of these unconvent...

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Cover of Foul Days by Genoveva Dimova, showing a figure standing at the edge of a tunnel, with black demon-like shapes surrounding it.

Read an Excerpt From Genoveva Dimova’s Foul Days

A fast-paced fantasy novel rooted in Slavic folklore.

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