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9 Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books That Exist in Multiple Versions

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9 Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books That Exist in Multiple Versions

Alternate universes are a pretty popular trope in sci-fi and fantasy—as are secret histories, and strange texts that alter your perception of reality....
5 Plausible Science Fiction Novels in the Spirit of First Man

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5 Plausible Science Fiction Novels in the Spirit of First Man

It’s been nearly 50 years since Neil Armstrong took those famous first steps on the surface of the moon, and the journey that brought him there forms the...
One Way Is a Brutal, Black Mirror Reflection of The Martian

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One Way Is a Brutal, Black Mirror Reflection of The Martian

It’s amazing how progress sneaks up on you. Not so long ago, stories about manned missions to Mars were purely speculative. Today, in the wake of Andy...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Dueling Space Heists, Devious Djinn, and Two Long-Awaited Epics

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Dueling Space Heists, Devious Djinn, and Two Long-Awaited Epics

The Overneath, by Peter S. Beagle  This collection of short stories from the legendary author of The Last Unicorn spans the world, reminding readers that...
Andy Weir’s Artemis Is a Lunar Adventure Packed with Science and Mayhem

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Andy Weir’s Artemis Is a Lunar Adventure Packed with Science and Mayhem

Andy Weir’s debut novel was met with the kind of reaction that is typically the stuff of fiction—plucked from obscurity, catapulted onto the...
The Wanderers Is the Literary Sci-Fi Novel of the Year

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The Wanderers Is the Literary Sci-Fi Novel of the Year

Meg Howrey’s isn’t a name often heard in sci-fi circles. She’s better known among speculative fiction fans as being half of Magnus Flyte...
The Martian Author Andy Weir Answers 4 Questions About His Next Novel, Artemis

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The Martian Author Andy Weir Answers 4 Questions About His Next Novel, Artemis

With his debut novel The Martian, Andy Weir experienced the kind of success that fuels a million NaNoWriMo fever dreams. Originally serialized on his...
Award Nominations Show Much Love for Sci-Fi

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Award Nominations Show Much Love for Sci-Fi

The Academy Awards® have long had an arms-length relationship with genre, seemingly only recognizing the red-headed stepchild of Hollywood in public when...
Kim Stanley Robinson’s Landmark Mars Trilogy Will Soon Terraform Your TV

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Kim Stanley Robinson’s Landmark Mars Trilogy Will Soon Terraform Your TV

We just finished rescuing Matt Damon from Mars and we’re already looking forward to our return trip: following a year of rumors, Spike TV has...
Gender-Swapping 5 Other Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books

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Gender-Swapping 5 Other Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books

For the tenth anniversary of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight, Edward and Bella are taking a break. In a surprise move, it was announced this week that a new...
The Martian Isn’t All Wet

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The Martian Isn’t All Wet

The reviews are in, and it’s looking like the early buzz was right: Ridley Scott’s big-screen adaptation of Andy Weir’s breakout sci-fi...
7 Speculative Books for People Who Think They Hate Speculative Fiction

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7 Speculative Books for People Who Think They Hate Speculative Fiction

Speculative fiction is taking over the world. From the prospect of new Star Wars films, to blockbuster book success of The Hunger Games and A Game of...

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