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"Mama Bruise," Illustration by Mark Smith

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Sci-Fi & Fantasy Short Fiction Roundup: April 2019

This month, we read stories of mysterious dogs, silent songs on Mars, and witches wanted for Mars. We read about a singing conch-shell, robots playing...
10 Fantastic Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthologies to Celebrate International Women’s Day

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10 Fantastic Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthologies to Celebrate International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day, and just because it’s an Earth holiday, that doesn’t meant we can’t celebrate it with tales...
Sci-Fi & Fantasy Short Fiction Roundup: September 2018

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Sci-Fi & Fantasy Short Fiction Roundup: September 2018

This month, I read stories about cybernetic spare parts and the search for perfection, about emotional pain that swallows you and the world whole, about a...
A Decade’s Worth of New Worlds: Irene Gallo Talks 10 Years of Tor.com Stories

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A Decade’s Worth of New Worlds: Irene Gallo Talks 10 Years of Tor.com Stories

Game recognizes game: we’re pretty proud of what we’ve built in the three and a half years of the Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi & Fantasy...
Short Stories for Long Days: 13 Recent Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Collections

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Short Stories for Long Days: 13 Recent Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Collections

It has been a great year for sci-fi and fantasy short fiction, and not just in the magazines. Recent months have also seen an unusually strong stack of new...
“Garda,” by Kameron Hurley

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“Garda,” by Kameron Hurley

Illustrated by Adrienne Valdes • Edited by Joel Cunningham Lately, Inspector Abijah Olivia has found most of her answers at the bottom of a bottle. But...
In Starlings, Jo Walton Shares Her Struggle With Short Stories

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In Starlings, Jo Walton Shares Her Struggle With Short Stories

Have you ever felt the desire to peek into your favorite author’s head—to find out just what it is that makes that glorious brain tick? The...
A still from Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin, a feature documentary by Arwen Curry

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Saga Press Launches a Celebration of the Work of Ursula K. Le Guin

Ursula K. Le Guin is undoubtedly one of the titans of science fiction and fantasy—indeed, perhaps, the most influential living genre writer. Her...
6 Brain-Bending SF/F Stories You Can Read on Your Lunch Break

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6 Brain-Bending SF/F Stories You Can Read on Your Lunch Break

If you’re anything like me, there aren’t enough hours in the day (or in your life) to read every book on your decades-long reading list....
The Paper Menagerie Is a Transcendent Short Fiction Collection from a Master of the Form

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The Paper Menagerie Is a Transcendent Short Fiction Collection from a Master of the Form

There’s something special about a Ken Liu story. After just a few paragraphs, you get sucked into a vivid, fascinating tale that takes you to...
6 Horror Collections from the Original Masters of the Unsettling

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6 Horror Collections from the Original Masters of the Unsettling

The tail end of October is the one time of year that horror novels are an absolute must, and a handful of books coming out this fall explore the origins...
6 Neil Gaiman Short Stories to Haunt Your Dreams

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6 Neil Gaiman Short Stories to Haunt Your Dreams

The release of a new Neil Gaiman novel is a seismic event, but with today’s release of Trigger Warning, his latest compilation of short fiction,...

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