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Corrina Lawson is a former newspaper reporter, a mom of four, and the author of nine published books, including a steampunk and a superhero series. She is currently the content director of GeekMom.com.

Kings of the Wyld Is Epic Fantasy That Rocks

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Kings of the Wyld Is Epic Fantasy That Rocks

In his afterword, Kings of the Wyld author Nicholas Eames reveals the original concept behind his story: “What if mercenaries were the rock stars...
The Poison Eater Is Science Fantasy That Never Loses Heart

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The Poison Eater Is Science Fantasy That Never Loses Heart

Immersive: that’s the best word to describe Shanna Germain’s The Poison Eater. The novel is set in a dystopian world that, at first seems...
Leia Organa’s Story Matters—and That’s Why the Late Carrie Fisher’s Role Should Be Recast

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Leia Organa’s Story Matters—and That’s Why the Late Carrie Fisher’s Role Should Be Recast

With the recent news that Lucasfilm has no plans to digitally recreate Carrie Fisher for Star Wars Episode IX, I would like to advocate another...
Fictional Presents We’d Love to Receive This Holiday Season

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Fictional Presents We’d Love to Receive This Holiday Season

The only problem with this list is that I had to narrow down the choices. Sticking to Marvel and DC Comics alone, I could easily come up with 20 objects...
Remnants of Trust Is an Action-Packed Military Sci-Fi Mystery

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Remnants of Trust Is an Action-Packed Military Sci-Fi Mystery

With the second Central Corps novel, Remnants of Trust, Elizabeth Bonestell makes a strong case for adding her name to the list of military science...
Tom King Talks Getting Out of the Way of the Art, Going Sexy with Dick, and the Best Intentions of Heroes

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Tom King Talks Getting Out of the Way of the Art, Going Sexy with Dick, and the Best Intentions of Heroes

Tom King, the current writer on DC’s Batman, is an ex-CIA agent who volunteered after 9/11. His experiences serving in Afghanistan and Iraq informed...
Star Trek 1976 to Star Trek 2016 (At Least We Missed Out on the Kirk/Jesus Fight)

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Star Trek 1976 to Star Trek 2016 (At Least We Missed Out on the Kirk/Jesus Fight)

This winter, while cleaning out our bedroom, I stumbled across a program for a Star Trek convention in New York. From 1976. My husband, nerd that he is,...
Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda: A Monstress Collaboration

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Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda: A Monstress Collaboration

When I reviewed Monstress last month, I talked about how the art and story perfectly mesh, transforming the tale of a young girl with a monster hidden...
Christopher Priest on Deathstroke: World’s Greatest Assassin, World’s Worst Dad

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Christopher Priest on Deathstroke: World’s Greatest Assassin, World’s Worst Dad

When Christopher Priest (no relation to the British SFF author), the comic creator behind a legendary run on Marvel’s Black Panther and co-creator...
10 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books That Should Be Graphic Novels

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10 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books That Should Be Graphic Novels

Some science fiction and fantasy books vividly paint images of alternate worlds so vivid, we lament their status as imaginary—existing only in our...
Monstress Is a Dark Fantasy About the Struggle to Find What’s True

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Monstress Is a Dark Fantasy About the Struggle to Find What’s True

Every so often, a comic book comes along that is so rich, so complicated, and so full of emotion, your mind refuses to simply process it and set it aside,...
The Death of Darwyn Cooke: The World Has Lost a Great Storyteller

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The Death of Darwyn Cooke: The World Has Lost a Great Storyteller

Darwyn Cooke passed away this past weekend at the age of 53 from cancer. If you don’t know who Darwyn Cooke was, I could give you the basics, that he was...

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