Read Stories Instead
For Black History Month, some favorite short stories by new and classic black SF/F writers.
It’s time for the Fiction Unbound 3rd annual roundup of speculative fiction recommendations to gift you’re beloved. Sure to please.*
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Undertow Publications is a small press that has won the Shirley Jackson award for best edited anthology. Their lauded anthology, Year’s Best Weird Fiction went from endangered to extinct with Volume 5. Come celebrate this beautiful volume and learn about this press, which despite this set back, has amazing books on offer this year.
The Indian Hindu epic The Ramayana unifies and defines the divergent cultures of Southeast Asia.
Newman’s novel is an inspired time-travel story and a troubled look at progressive hopes.
As we crack the cover on 2019 and dig into the books on our resolution reading lists, Christie and Meghan take a look at what makes a great opening.
Seanan McGuire’s Wayward Children series continues with a story that asks, “What if life were fair?” It’s portal fantasy at its best: A door appears, a choice is made, you come back changed … if you come back at all.
It’s been a year. Our contributors look back on the Fiction Unbound highlights of 2018.
If three consecutive novel Hugos have not convinced you N. K. Jemisin is a modern master, this collection will bridge the gap.
Guest Contributor Manual Aragon reviews Coyote Songs by Gabino Iglesias. “[Iglesias] creates a world that I know, where language knows no barriers, no walls, and moves exactly where it is most comfortable.”