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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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Cover of Pet Sematary by Stephen King, showing a silhouette of a man holding a shovel against a cloudy sky

Smucky the Cat, He Was Obedient: Stephen King’s Pet Sematary (Part 2)

Jud takes the Creeds to the pet cemetery, and Ellie has her first day of Kindergarten...

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King Lear Had a Happy Ending for 140 Years

People have always rewritten Shakespeare’s plays—let's discuss the fascinating history of adapti...

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Seven SFF Stories About Weird Weather

From sinister mist and creepy clouds to the strangest rain storms, these stories about weird wea...

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Download Two New Reactor Short Fiction Bundles

Catch-up on the latest short fiction from Reactor!

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Book cover of The Dark Descent horror anthology

The Rot Goes Deep: “The Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe

A terrifying portrait of a nobleman driven insane by inbreeding, generational trauma, and his ow...

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Backlist Bonanza: 5 Underrated Near-Futures

What might the world look like in a few decades? Here are 5 SF books that look to the near-futur...

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Cover of Fiasco, showing two people wearing sleek metallic outfits embracing against the background of a purple star.

Read an Excerpt From Constance Fay’s Fiasco

A wild romp amidst the stars that's equal parts steamy interstellar romance and sci-fi adventure...

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Cover of Where the Dark Stands Still by A.B. Poranek, showing two people dressed in rustic clothes, surrounded by tree limbs, some of which have eyes.

Where the Dark Stands Still by A.B. Poranek Stands Out

A review of A.B. Poranek's new YA fantasy novel.

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