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Does Science Fiction Have a Moral Imperative to Address Climate Change?

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Does Science Fiction Have a Moral Imperative to Address Climate Change?

Today, in cities across the globe, millions of people are taking part in the Global Climate Strike, an international movement to bring awareness to the...
Kim Stanley Robinson’s Red Moon Has a Lot to Say About Life on Earth

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Kim Stanley Robinson’s Red Moon Has a Lot to Say About Life on Earth

It’s a science fiction tradition so reliable, you can all but set your watch by it: another year, another Kim Stanley Robinson novel that uses a...
Tales of Two Drowned Cities: New York 2140 and Blackfish City

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Tales of Two Drowned Cities: New York 2140 and Blackfish City

In his science fantasy novel Blackfish City , Sam J. Miller posits that “all cities are science experiments.”  As experiments go, the climate...
6 Science Fiction Books That Will Make You Want to Give Earth a Hug

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6 Science Fiction Books That Will Make You Want to Give Earth a Hug

The earth is in a constant state of change. Sometimes this change is gradual. Sometimes, it is sudden. Sometimes, it is  catastrophic. And at least half...
Returning Favorites: The 2018 Hugo Award Nominees

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Returning Favorites: The 2018 Hugo Award Nominees

The nominations for the 2018 Hugo Awards are in, and you’ll excuse us if we’re feeling a slight sense of déjà vu. It’s not only the...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of 2017 So Far

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of 2017 So Far

As six-month periods go, the first half of 2017 has certainly been, shall we say, interesting. But even as the real world works ever harder to convince us...
7 Sci-Fi Books That Place Big Bets on a Specific Year

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7 Sci-Fi Books That Place Big Bets on a Specific Year

Science fiction is all about speculation. Of course, plenty of sci-fi is set in the present-day or even the past, imagining things happening under the...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: An A.I. Finds Herself, an Earthbound Mission to Mars, and Manhattan’s Flooded Future

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: An A.I. Finds Herself, an Earthbound Mission to Mars, and Manhattan’s Flooded Future

A Closed and Common Orbit, by Becky Chambers Becky Chambers chose not to simply retread the pleasures of her debut, A Long Way to a Small Angry Planet,...
New York 2140 Offers a Fascinating Tour of a Drowned Manhattan

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New York 2140 Offers a Fascinating Tour of a Drowned Manhattan

In his 2015 novel Aurora, Kim Stanley Robinson brackets events taking place largely on a generation ship with two long sequences on or in the water: a...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of March 2017

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of March 2017

For nearly two decades, Jim Killen has served as the science fiction and fantasy book buyer for Barnes & Noble. Every month on Tor.com and the B&N...
The Top 10 Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books I Can’t Wait to Read in 2017

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The Top 10 Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books I Can’t Wait to Read in 2017

We’ve spent a good two weeks telling you about more than 150 sci-fi and fantasy books coming in 2017 (from editors’ picks, to debuts, to...
B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag: Dec. 16, 2016

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B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag: Dec. 16, 2016

Somehow, here we are: the last B&N Sci-Fi & Fantasy Mailbag of 2016 (though no worries, the blog will be up and running over the holidays)....

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