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What Happens When an Old Woman Steals Your Story?

In celebration of the re-release of "A Matter of Oaths," the author reveals how her space opera found an unexpected protagonist.

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.

Great Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books for Fans of Justice League

You can't save the world alone. Luckily, these books can help.

What If Music Were the Key to Another World?

In Greg Bear's "The Infinity Concerto," an infamous melody carries an aspiring poet into a place of magic and myth...

Transport Yourself to a Deliciously Wicked Version of Victorian London

In Molly Tanzer’s “Creatures of Will and Temper,” two sisters are unexpectedly plunged into an underground diabolic cult…

[CLOSED] Enter to Win An Unkindness of Ghosts, by Rivers Solomon

This beautifully written space opera explores race, class, and history.

[UPDATED] Lord of the Rings is Coming to the Small Screen

Amazon's upcoming fantasy epic will feature brand new stories set before "The Fellowship of the Ring."

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.

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.

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.

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.

Interview: Cartoonist Abby Howard Makes Dinosaurs Cooler Than Ever

Interview: Cartoonist Abby Howard Makes Dinosaurs Cooler Than Ever

Her first graphic novel, "Dinosaur Empire!", explores the wacky creatures of the Mesozoic Era.

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.

The Librarians Cast and Creators on Intellectual Heroism

The Librarians Cast and Creators on Intellectual Heroism

The stars of the TNT fantasy series talk playing heroes who don't punch their problems away.

Zombie Expert Paul Vigna on the Optimism of The Walking Dead 

Zombie Expert Paul Vigna on the Optimism of The Walking Dead 

The author of “Guts: The Anatomy of the Walking Dead” explains why a show about the end of the world gives him hope.

What If You Were Trapped in Another Realm? 

In “Shawndirea: Chronicles of Aetheaon: Book One,” a faery desperately tries to get back to her realm with the help of the human who captured her.

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.

Triumphant Musical Adaptation Shows the Power of Butler's Parable of the Sower

One of Octavia E. Butler's editors shares how a new opera highlights the prescience and beauty of the late author's dystopian masterpiece.