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Return to the United States of Japan: Revealing Cyber Shogun Revolution by Peter Tieryas

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Return to the United States of Japan: Revealing Cyber Shogun Revolution by Peter Tieryas

In United States of Japan and Mecha Samurai Empire, award-winning author Peter Tieryas has created an alternate vision of an America much changed by...
The Personal, the Political, and the Giant Robots: Peter Tieryas’ Mecha Samurai Empire

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The Personal, the Political, and the Giant Robots: Peter Tieryas’ Mecha Samurai Empire

In United States of Japan, Peter Tieryas created a smart, timely novel built on the structure of Philip K. Dick’s seminal work of alternate...
A Letter to My Daughter about Mecha, and Family

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A Letter to My Daughter about Mecha, and Family

Peter Tieryas’ United States of Japan was one of the strongest sci-fi novels of 2016, a spiritual successor to Philip K. Dick’s The Man in the...
6 Giant Robots We Love from Sci-Fi Books

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6 Giant Robots We Love from Sci-Fi Books

There is nothing so majestic, and yet so terrifying, as a giant robot. Towering structures of metal, built as high as a skyscraper, bristling with weapons...
Big in Japan: United States of Japan Author Peter Tieryas Reflects on Traveling East, Winning the Seiun, and What Comes Next

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Big in Japan: United States of Japan Author Peter Tieryas Reflects on Traveling East, Winning the Seiun, and What Comes Next

We were primed for Peter Tieryas United States of Japan from the moment we revealed the cover almost two years ago. The book didn’t disappoint, and...

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy of 2016

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy of 2016

And we thought choosing the best science fiction and fantasy books of 2015 was tough. Not only was 2016 an outstanding year for wholly new entertainments...
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Books We Loved in March

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The Science Fiction and Fantasy Books We Loved in March

Welcome to our monthly roundup chronicling the best books the B&N SF/F stable of bloggers has read over the previous month. Old or new, it doesn’t...
7 SF/F Debuts to Watch for in 2016

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7 SF/F Debuts to Watch for in 2016

It’s hard to say whether the line-up of awesome-sounding science fiction and fantasy debuts scheduled for release over the next few months is a good...
United States of Japan Is a Sobering Alt-History Spun from the Dark Threads of the Past

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United States of Japan Is a Sobering Alt-History Spun from the Dark Threads of the Past

Peter Tieryas’s United States of Japan opens with the liberation of an internment camp. It’s a cousin to dozens of scenes made familiar by movies:...
New Book Roundup: Hollywood Magic, Motorcycle Mayhem, and the Knights of the Highway

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New Book Roundup: Hollywood Magic, Motorcycle Mayhem, and the Knights of the Highway

The first week in March offers up more new SF/F that any one reader can hope to handle. Comes in like a lion, indeed. Here’s what’s new....
Ten 2016 SF/F Releases with Killer Elevator Pitches

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Ten 2016 SF/F Releases with Killer Elevator Pitches

It’s a busy time for SF/F fans. Between the tsunami of superhero movies and TV shows, the revival of old-school classics like Twin Peaks and The...
Read an Exclusive Excerpt from United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas

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Read an Exclusive Excerpt from United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas

Peter Tieryas’ United States of Japan has been one of our most anticipated 2016 releases since we first heard whispers of the premise: it’s a...

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