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Impostor Syndrome Is a Fittingly Complicated End to a Game-Changing Urban Fantasy Series

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Impostor Syndrome Is a Fittingly Complicated End to a Game-Changing Urban Fantasy Series

In every way imaginable, Millicent Roper is a complicated protagonist. Over the course of the first two novels in Mishell Baker’s Nebula Award-nominated...
Blogging the Nebulas: Borderline Takes Us Beyond the Edge of Urban Fantasy

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Blogging the Nebulas: Borderline Takes Us Beyond the Edge of Urban Fantasy

Editor’s note: The Nebula Awards are often described as the Academy Awards of SFF literature. Like the Oscar, the Nebula is voted on by the professional...
Mishell Baker on Writing Disability in Fantasy—and Getting it Right

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Mishell Baker on Writing Disability in Fantasy—and Getting it Right

Failure to include positive portrayals of physical disability and mental health issues in our fiction erases a large portion of society—and tells those...
Phantom Pains Pushes the Boundaries of What Urban Fantasy Can Do

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Phantom Pains Pushes the Boundaries of What Urban Fantasy Can Do

Last year I read Borderline, Mishell Baker’s debut novel, and knew it was a game changer for urban fantasy. And sure enough, the book went on to...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Planetary Corporate Politics, a Collapsing Empire, and One Angry Dwarf

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Planetary Corporate Politics, a Collapsing Empire, and One Angry Dwarf

Phantom Pains, by Mishell Baker  In her followup to the Nebula Award-nominated Borderline, Baker brings us up to date on what happened to Millie—a...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of March 2017

bookseller's picks

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...

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