Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

As the great George R.R. Martin once wrote, “a mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone.” If your mind needs a new sci-fi or fantasy read, you’ve come to the right place. We cover everything sci-fi & fantasy from steampunk adventures to space odysseys, dragon coming-of-age stories to fights for the throne. You’ll have your next favorite book in no time.

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Daniel Radcliffe discusses his new role as Igor in a very different Frankenstein adaptation: I'll just say now...It's not going to be like the...

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Vedui' il'er: John McWhorter, celebrated linguist, compares constructed fantasy languages like Elvish, Dothraki, and Klingon. This article originally appeared on Zola Books.

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Just in time for its 10th birthday, The Time Traveler’s Wife eBook is now available, and it includes 25 pages of the upcoming sequel. Here...

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Tired of the office rut by Monday afternoon? You're not alone: for Richard Kadrey, Hell is not the dystopian L.A. of his Sandman Slim...

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Don't be fooled by the space warps, myths, and robots at the center of Duplex: according to author Kathryn Davis, the novel is as realistic...

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Thought time travel was reserved for sci-fi? In The River of No Return, author Bee Ridgway proves that it suits Regency romance just as well.   Zola: Your characters...

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That's what some are calling Toby Barlow's Babayaga, but the advertising wiz doesn't believe in labels when it comes to his fiction. Zola: What drew you to write...

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Classic science fiction authors including Ray Bradbury and Arthur C. Clarke were among the first interviewed when Apollo 11 landed on the moon July...

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Fiona McIntosh’s fantasy novel The Scrivener’s Tale splits time between the City of Light and fictional Morgravia. Here, she discusses the challenges and rewards of integrating...

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Dallas' Heritage Auctions has announced next month's sale of Frank Miller's pen-and-ink cover for a 1986 copy of "The Dark Night Triumphant," second in...

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