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It's a Pleasure to Burn in Teaser for HBO's Fahrenheit 451

Ray Bradbury's dystopian classic is brought to life in this powerful peek at the upcoming film.

by Carolyn Cox

Immortality Has a Steep Price in Joe Haldeman's Buying Time

From the award-winning author of "The Forever War" comes a sci-fi mystery set in a world where death is optional—as long as you can pay.

by Carolyn Cox

Ralph McQuarrie: 11 Fascinating Facts About the Artist Who Made Star Wars Shine

Discover the man whose talent gave shape to the galaxy far, far away. 

by Carolyn Cox

See the Eerie First Trailer for Adaptation of The Terror 

Dan Simmons' story of Arctic carnage is finally getting the series it deserves.

by Carolyn Cox

Worlds Collide in the Epic First Avengers: Infinity War Trailer

So an Asgardian and a band of A-holes walk into a bar...

by Carolyn Cox

9 Audiobook Narrators That Are Incomparable Storytellers

These talented performers will hook you from page one.

by Carolyn Cox

A Vision in the Night Sky Changes Everything in Boy's Life

In this award-winning tale of monsters both real and imagined, twelve-year-old Cory and his friend Ben lose their innocence as an object falls from space.

by Carolyn Cox

New A Wrinkle in Time Trailer Is Meg-nificent

The latest preview for the adaptation of Madeleine L'Engle's classic story doesn't disappoint.

by Carolyn Cox

Fall for the 2017 World Fantasy Award Winners

If you haven't dived into these great reads yet, it's officially time to add them to your list.

by Carolyn Cox

The Paper Bag Princess Dances Its Way onto the Big Screen

Elizabeth Banks and Margot Robbie are teaming up to adapt Robert Munsch's feminist fairy tale.

by Carolyn Cox

Toshi Reagon on Adapting Parable of the Sower for the Stage and the Urgency of Butler's Work

The librettist, composer, and music director of the "Parable of the Sower" opera shares her thoughts on Octavia E. Butler's legacy and the potential of theater to activate change.

by Carolyn Cox

15 Cat Books in Sci-Fi and Fantasy for You to Read Right Meow

If you need a feline fix, we’ll help you find your purr-fect read.

by Carolyn Cox

Rachel Ignotofsky on Celebrating Overlooked Women in Science

The author of "Women in Science" and "Women in Sports" explains why she's driven to make the untold stories of incredible women more accessible.

by Carolyn Cox

Welcome to Night Vale's Jeffrey Cranor Reveals His Inspirations

The author and podcaster discusses the new novel "It Devours," the Denver International Airport, and the appeal of the inexplicable.

by Carolyn Cox

Interview: Victoria Schwab on Why Fantasy Is More Important Than Ever

The "Shades of Magic" author shares her thoughts on writing accessible fantasy in 2017.

by Carolyn Cox

The Surprising Origins of Wonder Woman

Planned Parenthood and polyamory played a pivotal role in the development of Wonder Woman.

by Carolyn Cox

Never Let Me Go Author Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature

The British writer beat out 194 other candidates for the prestigious prize.

by Carolyn Cox

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