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An interview with Adam Oyebanji

Adam Oyebanji works in counter-terrorism by day, and writes by night. His debut science fiction novel Braking Day about everything that could possibly go wrong when a generation space ship slows down to approach...

REVIEW: Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji

Braking Day by Adam Oyebanji is the sort of science fiction that keeps readers on their toes throughout. Set on a generation ship on the way to what is intended to be salvation, the...

REVIEW: Black Tide by K.C. Jones

Black Tide is the debut novel from K.C. Jones that brings together the “human car wreck” of Beth, and Mike, a depressed movie producer, at the end of the world. This is a small-scale,...

An interview with Ciel Pierlot

The amazing queer stories currently coming out in the science fiction genre have really turned me into an avid reader in the genre from a somewhat reluctant one. And one of the books that...

REVIEW: Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Shortlisted for the British Science Fiction Best Novel award of 2022, Shards of Earth is the paragon of epic space operas. This first installment of the Final Architecture series is vividly imaginative with extraordinary...

REVIEW: Stars and Bones by Gareth Powell

Gareth Powell has built a reputation for delivering well crafted and emotionally investing space opera with a fair share of humour, from Embers of War to Ack-Ack Macaque and his latest offering, Stars and...

REVIEW: Blade Runner: Black Lotus

Blade Runner remains one of my all time favorite science fiction settings. However, in spite of its continued existence over the course of decades, it has very little expanded universe material. Part of this...

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An interview with John Birmingham

Over the years, John Birmingham has had his finger in many pies. He is an author that has penned over 30 books that run the gamut from humor to military science fiction. Recently he...

REVIEW: And Then I Woke Up by Malcolm Devlin

Malcolm Devlin’s novella, And Then I Woke Up, explores the concept of the truth and the way its many versions influence choice and action. The story’s narrator speaks directly to the reader, helping them...

REVIEW: The Weeping Sigil by Jordan Loyal Short

The Weeping Sigil by Jordan Loyal Short is the sequel to The Skald’s Black Verse. We here at Grimdark Magazine reviewed the first book in the series and thought it was one of the...