Read Stories Instead
In the world of Japanese anime you can slip from the ordinary to the magical at any moment.
Being different is hugely consequential for teens who populate graphic novels, as well as for teens who read them.
Fiction Unbound’s Gemma Webster chats with UK writer Priya Sharma.
Melissa Albert’s debut novel cuts to the bone of European fairy tales to find the essence of nightmares: horrors that are both seductive and disturbing.
The Black God’s Drums beats a hammer of imagination against the anvil of history and forges a dense alternate history.
To mark summer’s midpoint, here are a few of the best speculative short stories Amanda has read since summer’s inauguration back in June.
Murderbot is back. Its mission: help to bring down GrayCris, the evil corporation that has made thievery and killing a business model.
Jeff VanderMeer’s spare, heartbreaking novella soars through the world of Borne.
We love Binti! We’re celebrating the re-release of Okorafor’s Hugo and Nebula award-winning trilogy in beautiful hardcover editions with an appreciation of the difficulties involved in coming of age, intergalactic exploration, and saving the world, all at the same time.
Celebrating Carmen Maria Machado with a summer re-post of our review of Her Body and Other Parties