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Sci-Fi Author Ann Leckie On How to Write the Sequel to an Award-Winning Debut

Sci-Fi Author Ann Leckie On How to Write the Sequel to an Award-Winning Debut

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It would probably be faster to list all of the awards Ann Leckie didn’t win for her 2013 novel Ancillary Justice.  Her trilogy-launching debut (the sequel, Ancillary Sword, is out now)...
Should We Pay Attention to Literary Awards?

Should We Pay Attention to Literary Awards?

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Over the weekend, the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America announced the winner of this year’s Nebula Award for Best Novel: Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2312. This pleases me greatly,...
A Novel to Satisfy the Most Diehard Sci Fi Fans

A Novel to Satisfy the Most Diehard Sci Fi Fans

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Editor’s note: Joel is reading his way through the finalists for the 2012 Nebula Award for best sci-fi/fantasy novel. Read his introduction here. Geeks have been known to get into heated...
Vampire Priests in Ancient Egypt

Vampire Priests in Ancient Egypt

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Editor’s note: Joel is reading his way through the finalists for the 2012 Nebula Award for best sci-fi/fantasy novel. Read his introduction here. N.K. Jemisin has made a name for herself in the...
A Narrator Who’s Haunted By a Ghost—Or Is She?

A Narrator Who’s Haunted By a Ghost—Or Is She?

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Editor’s note: Joel is reading his way through the finalists for the 2012 Nebula Award for best sci-fi/fantasy novel. Read his introduction here. Cailin R. Kiernan’s The Drowning Girl is, on...
A Book Starring A Fat, Middle-Aged Demon-Hunter

A Book Starring A Fat, Middle-Aged Demon-Hunter

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Editor’s note: Joel is reading his way through the finalists for the 2012 Nebula Award for best sci-fi/fantasy novel. Read his introduction here. The mainstream success of Game of Thrones...
A Re-Imagining of Jane Eyre—With Faeries

A Re-Imagining of Jane Eyre—With Faeries

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Editor’s note: Joel is reading his way through the finalists for the 2012 Nebula Award for best sci-fi/fantasy novel. Read his introduction here. Reimaginings of classics can be risky. Stick...
Jane Austen + Magic + Swordfights = Mary Robinette Kowal’s Glamour in Glass

Jane Austen + Magic + Swordfights = Mary Robinette Kowal’s Glamour in Glass

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Editor’s note: Joel is reading his way through the finalists for the 2012 Nebula Award for best sci-fi/fantasy novel. Read his introduction here. Look, I love Jane Austen books as much as...
5 Things You Didn’t Know About This Year’s Nebula Award Nominees (Unless You’re a Geek)

5 Things You Didn’t Know About This Year’s Nebula Award Nominees (Unless You’re a Geek)

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The Nebula Awards are one of my favorite dorky events of the year....