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REVIEW: Scream in Blue by Jeremy Szal

From the author of Stormblood, Blindspace, and the soon to be released Wolfskin, the novella Scream in Blue takes us away from the far-flung asteroid city of Compass and into more familiar territory: 25th...

REVIEW: System Collapse by Martha Wells

The seventh instalment in The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells, System Collapse follows on closely from Network Effect (book five, and previously the series’ only novel-length story) with another hugely entertaining blast of rogue...

Trials of Empire, The Art of War new hardcovers, new books & more in our interview with Richard Swan

Today I got to interview fantasy and science fiction author Richard Swan, author of Empire of the Wolf trilogy (The Justice of Kings, The Tyranny of Faith, and The Trials of Empire) and The...

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REVIEW: Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire

In Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire, a mysterious farmer with a dark past has settled in a small frontier village. Kora is as happy as somebody like her can be,...

Fiction open submissions window 2024

It has been a while, authors. AI reared its ugly head causing widespread problems across the fiction industry for publishers, authors, artists, and competition runners, and because of that, we shut our gates for...

Ten cinematic sci-fi and fantasy novels for grimdark fans

As avid readers, we know it’s always a great time to pick up a good book. With Hollywood on strike, now is an especially opportune time to discover great new reads, especially those with...

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REVIEW: Silo (AppleTV)

Silo is the brilliant new, dystopian TV series based on the best-selling sci-fi novels written by Hugh Howey. The silo is a 144-floor indoor city that is meant to hold the last humans alive...

REVIEW: Cyberpunk 2077: Big City Dreams

I’m a big fan of the Cyberpunk 2077 comics by Dark Horse comics. I’ve been starved for cyberpunk content for the past decade and Cyberpunk 2077 only slightly scratched that itch. It’s a marriage...

REVIEW: Infinity Gate by M.R. Carey

Infinity Gate is M.R. Carey’s multiverse epic that gives a personal touch to heart-pounding military sci-fi. Infinity Gate builds on the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, which considers a branching of the universe into...

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...