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Yun'sara

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Saving the universe requires planning, preparation, and considerable fighting in the series science fiction novel Yun’sara. A former space captain and an ancient enemy face off in Paul L. Centeno’s science fiction novel Yun’sara.... Read More

Book Review

New City Chronicles: Book I

by Aimee Jodoin

In Catching a Spider, the first book of a futuristic trilogy, a battle between powerful evil and humble-but-skilled good begins. The first book in E. L. Hendrix’s science fiction trilogy New City Chronicles, Catching a Spider, is a... Read More

Book Review

Nostalgia Is Heartless

by Michele Sharpe

In this gripping novel set in a near future beset by relentless climate emergencies, a principled scientist grapples with personal and scientific challenges. In Sarah Lahey’s science fiction novel "Nostalgia Is Heartless", a scientist... Read More

Book Review

Seasons Between Us

by Kristen Rabe

The dazzling speculative fiction anthology "Seasons Between Us" features a range of distinct and powerful voices. These stories imagine parallel worlds in which different rules apply, animated by androids, aliens, selkies, and dryads.... Read More

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Midnight, Water City

by Delia Stanley

In Chris McKinney’s futuristic thriller "Midnight, Water City", a detective uncovers a conspiracy that makes him question his life’s work. Akira, the most brilliant scientist in the world, hired her head of security because of his... Read More

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Two Tribes

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

A thought experiment wrapped in a science fiction novel, Chris Beckett’s "Two Tribes" audits Brexit and Britain’s current political and class gulf from a dystopian future, as a historian tries to find the origins of her world in the... Read More

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Any Other World Will Do

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Alex Lubertozzi’s science fiction novel "Any Other World Will Do" presents an alien vision of Earth’s possible future. It’s a send-up of the genre that wraps its earnest warning in plausible deniability. In 1986, Barcelona teems... Read More

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