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A Shakespearean SF Thriller: The Death I Gave Him by Em X. Liu

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Chuck Tingle’s Camp Damascus Proves Love Through Horror

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“This is the story Anequs told”: To Shape a Dragon’s Breath by Moniquill Blackgoose

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A Dragon, a Heist, and a Whole Lot of Dangerous Secrets: Dragonfall by L.R. Lam

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A Matter of Death and Death: Jacqueline Holland’s The God of Endings

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Secrets and Lies and Gods in America: Spring’s Arcana by Lilith Saintcrow

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Fantastical Horror Rooted in Real History: We Don’t Swim Here by Vincent Tirado

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A Secret History Comes Full Circle: Sylvain Neuvel’s For the First Time, Again

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Diet Culture Dystopia: The Thick and the Lean by Chana Porter

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Drinking from Graveyard Wells: Yvette Lisa Ndlovu’s Unmissable Debut

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Undomestic Queer Hunger: Lee Mandelo’s Feed Them Silence

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Haunted Names in the Frigid North: Michelle Min Sterling’s Camp Zero

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