SF/Fantasy Mass Market Paperbacks of Note | December 2012

Notable mass market sf/f releases from the Dec. issue.

Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews | December 2012

Reviews of Thomas Boyczuk’s The Book of Thomas Vol 1: Heaven, The Mad Scientist’s Guide to World Domination, and Helen Marshall’s Hair Side, Flesh Side, plus a full list of sf/f reviews in the Dec. issue.

SF/Fantasy Debut of the Month | November 15, 2012

Review of Robert Silverberg and Alvaro Zinos-Amaro’s When the Blue Shift Comes.

SF/Fantasy Reviews | November 15, 2012

Reviews of Peter F. Hamilton’s Great North Road, Jack McDevitt and Mike Resnick’s The Cassandra Project, and David L. Parrott’s The Last Best Hope, plus a full list of sf/fantasy titles in the Nov. 15 issue.

Iain Banks Doubleheader | October 15, 2012

Reviews of Iain Banks’s Stonemouth and The Hydrogen Sonata from the Oct. 15 issue.

SF/F Mass Market Paperbacks of Note | October 15, 2012

Mass market paperbacks worth checking out.

Sci Fi News

Remembering Michael Clarke Duncan, plus a partial list of Hugo Award winners.

Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews | October 15, 2012

Reviews of Kate Griffin’s Stray Souls, K.W. Jeter and Gareth Jefferson Jones’s Death’s Apprentice, and Hannu Rajaniemi’s The Fractal Prince, plus a full list of sf/fantasy reviews in the Oct. 15 issue.

Science Fiction Announcements

Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 2:00-3:00 PM ET Get ready to take some notes in your captain’s log during the lineup of fall’s Science Fiction books. Learn about Priestess of the Eggstone: The Fall of the Altairan Empire (Jaleta Clegg) and the race to get the Eggstone back to prevent an outbreak of war. Rob Zeigler’s debut novel Seed takes place in a starving, broken United States where orphans try to reshape the future. Bloodfire Quest: The Dark Legacy of Shannara by Terry Brooks takes place in a dark mirror-world where the barriers are eroding. The second book in the Shannara series focuses on the quest for the missing Elfstones and things aren’t going as planned. Join panelists from JournalStone Publishing, NightShade Books, and Random House as they discuss their exciting forthcoming titles. This archive is no longer available. 

Hungry for SF: Genre Crossovers Retain Fans and Attract New Readers | Genre Spotlight

Can genre purists, or readers who just seek a fantastical escape, find titles that truly speak to them, whether traveling across the galaxy or into the underworld? Perhaps crossovers are just what Doctor Who ordered to perpetuate speculative fiction’s readership. The following survey of fall 2012 and winter 2013 titles illustrates the willingness of readers of all stripes to sit at the same table to feed on the fantastical imagination.