The first novel by renowned science popularizer Annalee Newitz is both extremely funny and unfussily violent.
Nisi Shawl’s story collection "Filter House" won the James Tiptree, Jr. Award. She is coauthor of "Writing the Other: A Practical Approach," an acclaimed instructional guide to literary inclusivity. She has spoken at Duke, Stanford, and Smith College. Her reviews have appeared in The Seattle Times since the turn of the millennium.
Three of speculative fiction’s best-known authors — Connie Willis, Peter S. Beagle and John Crowley — have just published new books.
Margot Lee Shetterley’s new book, “Hidden Figures,” tells the story of the African-American female mathematicians employed by NASA and their contributions to the space race,...
Fantasy writer China Miéville’s “The Last Days of New Paris” imagines an epic battle between the Nazis occupying Paris and the practitioners of Surrealist art.
Ken Liu’s new story collection, “The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories,” is an excellent introduction to the award-winning science-fiction and fantasy author.
In Seattle-area author Randy Henderson’s “Bigfootloose and Finn Fancy Free,” characters play a high-stakes game of interdimensional intrigue and even some matchmaking.