science-fiction

Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

The Best of Connie Willis

With publication of the massive two-volume novel Blackout and All Clear in 2010, Connie Willis was subsequently named Grandmaster of Science Fiction. In the wake of this

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

Neuromancer

It’s been 30 years since the first publication of Neuromancer, the essential cyberpunk novel. A jaundiced response to the 1980’s “morning in America,” cyberpunk is a bastard

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Reviews
Dan Erwine

Mending the Moon

With Mending the Moon, Nevada writer Susan Palwick emerges as a major literary figure. Her work until now has been mostly in the field of

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Sunny Solomon

Cloud Atlas

David Mitchell is a wonder. I’m not even sure where to begin, except to say he is a wonder. Cloud Atlas is unlike any other

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Ann Ronald

The Dog Stars

The Dog Stars is a novel about an apocalyptic future where civilization as we know it has thoroughly disintegrated and where the few survivors are

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Dan Erwine

Blackout and All Clear

Connie Willis is one of the leading figures in science-fiction today. Her recent time-travel novels Blackout and All Clear (2010) won both the Hugo and

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