Epic Reads: 6 Binge-worthy Science Fiction and Fantasy Series

Six fantasy and science fiction series that will keep you flipping pages long after the rest of your household has gone to sleep.

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Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of January

If you happen to be stuck in bed with a head cold or the flu this month, these new science fiction and fantasy books will give you a good reason to linger until you're back in tip-top health.

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9 New TV Series and Movies Based on Awesome Sci-Fi Books

Spring 2018 is shaping up to be a sci-fi lover's dream when it comes to book-to-screen adaptations. Here's what you have to look forward to.

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Brave New Writers: 3 Fantasy Authors Recommend New Writers You Shouldn't Miss

V. E. Schwab, Kevin Hearne, and Katherine Arden suggest three talented newcomers to the fantasy and science fiction realm who should be put at the top of your TBR pile.

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New Year, New Authors: 4 Science Fiction Writers Recommend New Authors You Shouldn't Miss

Martha Wells, Yoon Ha Lee, Delilah S. Dawson, and John Scalzi recommend new writers that have caught their attention.

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Amazon's Best Books of November: Today's Releases

The start of a fantastic new fantasy trilogy, and the editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair dishes...

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Djinn and Dark Secrets Make "The City of Brass" Our #1 Debut of November

S. A. Chakraborty tells us how the history and folklore of the Middle East inspired her electrifying new fantasy novel, "The City of Brass"--our editors' favorite debut book of November.

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The Lore of "Lore"

Aaron Mahnke tells us about how his popular podcast began, the recent jump of "Lore" to books and TV, and whether he believes in ghosts.

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, long overdue reads, a book to help you brave Mt. Rainier, a Man Booker finalist, and more...

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YA Wednesday: M.T. Anderson's Post-Apocalyptic Favorites

The award-winning author of Feed and The Astonishing Life of Octavian Nothing, M.T. Anderson talks about the novels that make his top five list, including The Three-Body Problem and a lost gem, The Genocides.

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Ten Years after "The Name of the Wind," Patrick Rothfuss Talks about What Brings Him Joy

We talk with Patrick Rothfuss about the ten years since "The Name of the Wind," working with Lin-Manuel Miranda on getting the Kingkiller Chronicles to the screen, and Rothfuss's legendary bear sanctuary.

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, something for Star Wars and superhero fans, a modern-day retelling of King Lear, a chilling exposé from a storied whistle-blower, and more...

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The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of October: Our Top 6 Picks

Two very different debut fantasy novels, a brilliant overturning of social hierarchy, monsters galore, an insidious fungus, and Ann Leckie's return to the universe of the Imperial Radch are among our top picks of the month of Octobe

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Ann Leckie Puts a New Spin on a Familiar Universe

At the very beginning of her 11-city tour, we spoke with Ann Leckie about her new book that follows her prize-winning Imperial Radch series, what she's been reading, and what a shelf full of awards means for her writing life.

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A Former Writer for this Blog has a Movie Coming Out

We couldn't have been happier for Jeff VanderMeer. Until now.

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