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The Strange and Familiar Nominees for the 2019 Hugo Awards

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The Strange and Familiar Nominees for the 2019 Hugo Awards

The nominees for the 2019 Hugo Awards were announced this morning via streaming webcast straight from Dublin, Ireland, home of the 77th annual World...
5 Books That Explore the Secret Lives of ‘Bots

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5 Books That Explore the Secret Lives of ‘Bots

Earlier this year I wrote a post about how artificial intelligences might develop a personality. And once you are a person (biological, artificial, or some...
After the Revolution: Revenant Gun Ends a Strikingly Complex Space Opera Trilogy

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After the Revolution: Revenant Gun Ends a Strikingly Complex Space Opera Trilogy

It’s easy, in so many ways, to write revolutions; the harder thing to write is the aftermath. Revenant Gun, the third volume in Yoon Ha Lee’s...
The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of 2018 So Far

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The Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of 2018 So Far

In an interview last month with the B&N Podcast, Hugo-winning author John Scalzi posited that we are currently in a new Golden Age of science fiction...
Gaming, Fandom, and Accidental Autobiography: How Yoon Ha Lee Built The Machineries of Empire Trilogy

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Gaming, Fandom, and Accidental Autobiography: How Yoon Ha Lee Built The Machineries of Empire Trilogy

With last week’s publication of Revenant Gun, Yoon Ha Lee has just completed his debut science fiction trilogy, meaning he is now well and truly a...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Sun-Blessed Princesses, Life in the Rural Post-Apocalypse, and Mathematical Space Opera

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Sun-Blessed Princesses, Life in the Rural Post-Apocalypse, and Mathematical Space Opera

Starless, by Jacqueline Carey (June 12, Tor Books—Hardcover) The author of the beloved Kushiel novels returns to epic fantasy with a whole new adventure....
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...

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Uncanny issue 20 cover art: "Sleepless on the Silk Road" by Tran Nguyen

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Sci-Fi & Fantasy Short Fiction Roundup: February 2018

February brought a wealth of amazing new speculative short fiction, but then that’s what every month is like. Keeping up with all the fabulous...
Yoon Ha Lee Answers 5 Questions About the Cover of Revenant Gun

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Yoon Ha Lee Answers 5 Questions About the Cover of Revenant Gun

Earlier today, we included Yoon Ha Lee’s Raven Stratagem on our list of the best science fiction books of 2017. Considering it’s the middle...

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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...
This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Mathematical Space Opera, Gonzo Cyberpunk, and Better Magicking Through Time Travel

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This Week’s New Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books: Mathematical Space Opera, Gonzo Cyberpunk, and Better Magicking Through Time Travel

Raven Stratagem, by Yoon Ha Lee (June 13, Solaris—Paperback) Lee’s debut novel, Ninefox Gambit, was a brilliantly off-beat, intricate space opera...
Yoon Ha Lee on Ridiculous F***-Ups in Sci-Fi Storytelling

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Yoon Ha Lee on Ridiculous F***-Ups in Sci-Fi Storytelling

We’d be lying if we said we understood everything that happened in Yoon Ha Lee’s astonishing debut space opera Ninefox Gambit, but that...

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