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Bookburners Is Your Next Fantasy Obsession 

Uncover this utterly addictive urban fantasy serial today. 

Strange Angel Explores the Wild Life of Scientist-Magician Jack Parsons

A new show reveals the unbelievable true story of Jack Parsons, sex magician and pioneering rocket scientist. 

8 Urban Fantasy Books With Magical Romance

From shifters to shadowshapers—and everything in-between—these stories are filled with supernatural goodness.

Congratulations to the 2017 Nebula Awards Winners! 

If you haven't discovered these acclaimed reads yet, then today is your lucky day. 

Sherrilyn Kenyon Talks Coloring Outside the Lines

The genre-defying bestselling author explains why she's drawn to fantasy, romance, horror—and everything in-between. 

Why the New Gormenghast Adaptation Has My Excitement Peake-d

The time is right for Mervyn Peake's masterpiece to return to the small screen.

Michael Crichton: Fun Facts About the Jurassic Park Author

Learn more about the blockbuster writer-director behind Westworld and the Jurassic Park series. 

5 Standout Sci-Fi and Space Westerns Like Westworld

These standout TV shows and movies can help pass the time between episodes of HBO's Westworld.

7 Gripping Shows Like Westworld

Already experienced Delos Destinations? These series will keep you entertained until it's time to return to Sweetwater. 

8 Physics and Math Books to Read for Pi Day

Cut yourself a piece of pie and cozy up with one of these engrossing reads. 

9 Ridiculously Fun Movies Like Pacific Rim

If you're a fan of Pacific Rim, you're bound to be drift compatible with these other movies. 

Tamora Pierce Talks Writing and Reading About Female Warriors

"I wrote what I wanted to read, which was sensible, intelligent girl swordfighters."

15 Fascinating Facts About Octavia Butler

On the anniversary of her death, we look back on the extraordinary life of a remarkable writer.

How the Works of Shakespeare Shape Science Fiction

Science fiction owes a debt to a dude born when many people still thought the Earth was the center of the Universe: William Shakespeare.

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