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Fabienne Schwizer

Fabienne can usually be found with her nose in a book or two. Most of her life revolves around words, be that reading, writing, or editing. You can find more of her ramblings over on www.libridraconis.com, where she also reviews YA books and more lighthearted Fantasy and Science Fiction, as @FLSchwizer on Twitter, and @libri_draconis on Instagram. If you're curious about what she is currently reading, check out www.goodreads.com/libridraconis.

REVIEW: The Poisons We Drink by Bethany Baptiste

It is brilliant to see grimdark main characters in places you don’t expect them. Bethany Baptiste’s debut novel, The Poisons We Drink is one of those stories. The cover is bright pink and shows...

REVIEW: Tonight, I Burn by Katharine J. Adams

Katharine J Adams’ debut novel Tonight, I Burn has much to recommend it to a grimdark audience. You would think burning at the stake is horrible enough that no one wants to repeat the...

An Interview with Lee Mandelo

Lee Mandelo is the author of SUMMER SONS, FEED THEM SILENCE and the upcoming THE WOODS ALL BLACK. His work ranges across genres in speculative fiction and THE WOODS ALL BLACK especially skews to...

An Interview with Jay Kristoff

Jay Kristoff needs little introduction. He is the author of the Nevernight series, the Empire of the Vampire series and a range of YA novels. He also looks like Dave Grohl’s literary alter ego...

REVIEW: The Woods All Black by Lee Mandelo

I fell in love with Lee Mandelo’s writing when I read his debut, Summer Sons. Now he’s back with queer, atmospheric The Woods All Black. This is a slim novella, but it doesn’t hold...

REVIEW: The Tusks of Extinction by Ray Nayler

Ray Nayler made waves in 2023 with literary science fiction novel The Mountain in the Sea. Now he’s back with a literary take on Jurassic Park. The Tusks of Extinction is set in a...

An Interview with Andrew Caldecott

Andrew Caldecott is one of the UK’s most unique writers. His genre-bending duology Momenticon and Simul is set in a dystopic future, highlighting many of our social issues in a stylised way. He weaves...

REVIEW: The Last Bloodcarver by Vanessa Le

Vanessa Le’s The Last Bloodcarver is a Vietnamese-influenced YA fantasy. Set in a world in which rare blood magic allows wielders to heal, they are ostracised and hunted for their power. The fear of...

REVIEW: Redsight by Meredith Mooring

All Korinna wants to do is stay alive. And live in peace. But she’s a Redseer, a blind priestess with the power to manipulate space and time. In the hostile world of Meredith Mooring’s...

REVIEW: A Season of Monstrous Conceptions by Lina Rather

Bisexual Sarah is a widow and a midwife. But she’s also one of those born with monstrous deformities. Most often, these children get killed at birth due to fear of the unknown and the...