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REVIEW: The Builders by Daniel Polansky

In Daniel Polansky‘s The Builders, the Captain is getting his crew back together for another tilt at the job they failed to complete ten years ago during the war of two brothers. The last...

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...

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 Seth Dickinson

Seth Dickinson first astounded (and broke the hearts of) readers when they burst onto the scene with their 2015 debut novel, The Traitor Baru Cormorant, a fiery and unapologetic look at imperialism, rebellion and the...

The Last Haunt

REVIEW: The Last Haunt by Max Booth III

The Last Haunt by Max Booth III is a chilling novella about an extreme haunted house known as McKinley Manor. Located in the small town of Pork Basket, Texas, visitors to McKinley Manor are...

REVIEW: Grievar’s Blood by Alexander Darwin

Grievar’s Blood is the second installment in Alexander Darwin’s Combat Codes trilogy, following up on his debut novel, The Combat Codes. The Combat Codes trilogy takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where conventional warfare...

The Crown of Omens

REVIEW: The Crown of Omens by E.J. Doble

The Crown of Omens is the exhilarating prequel novella to The Fangs of War, which kicks off E.J. Doble’s The Blood and Steel Saga with an absolute bang. Imagine Joe Abercrombie’s The Heroes, but...

Sawtooth

REVIEW: Sawtooth by Steph Nelson

Sawtooth is Steph Nelson’s monstrously disquieting survival horror set in the Sawtooth Mountain Range of central Idaho. Named for the jagged shape of the range’s fifty-seven peaks, these remote mountains might also be home...

The Wolfe at the Door

REVIEW: The Wolfe at the Door by Gene Wolfe

Full disclosure: I have been a Gene Wolfe (1931 – 2019) fanboy for more than thirty years. Specifically, I think Wolfe’s The Book of the New Sun, which has won numerous World Fantasy, Locus,...

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