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REVIEW: Cyberpunk 2077: You Have My Word

Cyberpunk 2077: You Have My Word is one of the Cyberpunk 2077 spin-off fiction comics by Dark Horse comics. I’ve enjoyed several of these comics and had mixed feelings on others. Basically, they’re short adventures...

REVIEW: Ascension by Nicholas Binge

Ascension by Nicholas Binge is an epistolary novel where well-respected physicist, Harry Tunmore, documents the investigation of the scientific team he is a part of, who are exploring the bizarre appearance of a giant...

REVIEW: Cold Sleep by Luke Hindmarsh

I’m a huge fan of Luke Hindmarsh’s Mercury’s Son and 3:33. He’s an underrated science fiction and horror writer which get combined here for an especially good story. He’s so far only done standalones...

REVIEW: The Ten Percent Thief by Lavanya Lakshminarayan

In The Ten Percent Thief, Lavanya Lakshminarayan immerses us in Apex City, formerly known as Bangalore, once the Silicon Valley of India and now governed by a technocapitalist meritocracy. The Big Brother of the...

REVIEW: Life Beyond Us by the European Astrobiology Institute

Life Beyond Us is an anthology of fifty-four original science fiction stories and science essays compiled by the European Astrobiology Institute, a consortium of European institutions devoted to research, education, and outreach activities in...

An Interview with Richard Swan

Fans of fantasy are unlikely to have escaped the deluge of rave reviews of Richard Swan’s Empire of the Wolf series. With the magnificent The Justice of Kings and The Tyranny of Faith being...

some desperate glory by Emily tesh

An Interview WIth Emily Tesh

Emily Tesh, World Fantasy Award Winner for her Greenhollow Duology, sat down with Grimdark Magazine and discussed her newest novel, Some Desperate Glory. The story follows Kyr, one of her generation’s best warriors, and the...

REVIEW: Return of the Griffin by JCM Berne

JCM Berne brings his superhero space opera down to Earth in Return of the Griffin, the second installment in his Hybrid Helix trilogy. As the hybrid son of a human mother and alien il’Drach...

REVIEW: The Roamers by Francesco Verso

In his new solarpunk novel, The Roamers, Italian science fiction author Francesco Verso envisions a future where nanotechnology can free humanity from the scourge of famine. The technological breakthrough is provided by nanites, nanorobotic...

REVIEW: A Day of Fallen Night by Samantha Shannon

A Day of Fallen Night is Samantha Shannon’s standalone prequel to her acclaimed feminist fantasy, The Priory of the Orange Tree. Shannon introduces us to an entirely new cast of characters in A Day...