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Lou J. Berger re-reads "The Forever War" for the first time since he was a child, and has a very different take on the horrors of war as an adult.
In these fantasy books, good can be found even in the darkest of times.
In Patricia C. Wrede's Shadow Magic, dark wizards awaken the Shadow-Born and the Lithmern kidnap Princess Alethia as they make plans to invade her home.
Young adult author Kendare Blake isn’t afraid to tackle horrific themes—in fact, she’s drawn to them.
Seasoned sci-fi and fantasy editor Betsy Mitchell dives into Clifford Simak's award winning, out-of-this-world read for the very first time.
Novik emphasizes friendship and community instead of romance in her novel, “Uprooted.”
Ever wonder how Lucy Lawless prepares for her roles? Look no further than your bookshelf.
These underdogs didn't just save their own worlds – they changed the history of the genre.
Dedicated "Star Wars" fans are always hungry for more details about their favorite fictitious world. But just where will Wendig take them?
We wish these were part of our reality, and a little less fictional.
Visions of the future are not all doom and gloom.
Coming of age is tough. Try doing it in a world with problems bigger than any you can imagine.
You’ll never need to race for a subway seat again.
If you've seen all of his movies and need more, or if you're just looking for a Burton-inspired read, we've got you covered.
On a Tuesday afternoon in February, the world suddenly shifts, trapping all women on a different plane—forcing them to live apart from the men who are left behind.
Speculative fiction writer K. Tempest Bradford looks back at this anthology of feminist fairy tale retellings.