After graduating from the Columbia Publishing Course in 2016, Olivia found her happy place—a job where she could express her bibliophilic passions all day, every day. Now she writes and edits articles for six genre-specific book sites, covering everything from marriages of convenience on A Love So True to the best historical fiction novels on Early Bird Books. Even when she isn’t on the clock, she is likely defending Cersei Lannister’s right to the Iron Throne, quoting Outlander as if it’s Shakespeare, or trying to solve the JonBenet Ramsey case.
These authors deserve to be read all year round.
Octavia Butler's brilliant works continue to challenge and inspire.
Your high fantasy reading shouldn't stop at Tolkien.
By the pricking of our thumbs, something badass this way comes...
Blessed be the fruit of Margaret Atwood's influence.
The Annihilation author explores President Bush's experience through a speculative fiction lens in "The Goat Variations."
A celebration of the prolific writer, Grand Master, and “most contentious man on Earth.”
A grieving housewife finds hope in the unlikeliest of places—a sea monster's arms—in Rachel Ingalls' 80s cult favorite.
These under-the-radar books will get under your skin.
Explore the home of the Iron Throne with this literary roadmap.
Get to know the woman who changed science fiction and fantasy.
The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Hall of Famer wrote genre fiction with a conscience.
Boy-heroes, Gothic suspense, and magical quests are all part of the Bellairs norm.
Are you there, Hollywood? It's us, sci-fi and fantasy fans.
The late author wrote epic tales of magic, fantastical creatures, and fearless warriors that Game of Thrones fans are sure to love.
Hoping for a brighter future, humanity looks to terraform the brightest planet in the solar system: Venus.
The legendary writer behind Marathon Man, The Princess Bride, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid has passed away at the age of 87.
The final installment of the two-part Moonbase Saga sees the leaders of a lunar colony fight for the nanotechnology they need to survive.