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Big corporations are destroying your books without explanation, probably because hosting the platform isn’t as profitable as expected.
C.S. Peterson returns from the writer’s paradise of Clarion West and reflects on risk, roller coasters, and relationships.
Ted Chiang’s second collection of award-winning stories, reviewed.
A Review of the excellent Sing Your Sadness Deep by British Fantasy Award winner and Shirley Jackson Award finalist Laura Mauro.
Author Jim Ringel discovers in Scott Smith’s The Ruins, Jeff VanderMeer’s Annihilation, and Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian a different kind of eco-fiction.
Sarah Rose Etter’s The Book of X radically disassembles womanhood into its surreal parts.
Happy 4th of July! The Unbound Writers are taking the week off but have left you a little something fun: staff kudos and zombies loving fireworks!
Want to wander the stars instead of the beach this summer? Travel in time? Discover something remarkable? We’ve got you covered with our latest round of recommendations.
Cadwell Turnbull’s debut novel cannily explores cycles of violence through an alien occupation of the Virgin Islands.