August brings the final book in N.K. Jemison’s Hugo-winning Broken Earth trilogy, The Stone Sky—as well as Stephen Baxter’s sequel to H.G. Wells’ classic The War of the Worlds (ominously titled The Massacre of Mankind). And those are just two of the titles on this rather long list, so you’d better start turning some…
Melissa Ng is the creator of this outfit, which is called “Sovereign Armor”, the result of a quest to “create a practical and versatile Medieval-inspired fantasy armor for a woman.”
“We have a magical night planned and we’re so happy you’ve decided to join us. This introduction requires a little help and a special guest. Sandy, can you come here please? Sandy…? Sandy Mansnoozie?
Tor.com published some fantastic stories in 2015, and they’ve collected the best of them into one volume, Some of the Best of Tor.com: 2015 Edition, which is now available as a free download!
The Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy, Toronto Public Library will be hosting some events in March.
Saw this on boing boing; someone did a crapload of work compiling this! It's a "database of science fiction and fantasy books that demonstrate diversity in sexuality/gender, race, disability, and other aspects".
Sofia Samatar is a fantasy writer of (partly) Somali descent, whose first novel has just won the prestigious World Fantasy Award.
Every month the Wall Street Journal's Book Club features a famous author leading its readers through a discussion of a book of their choice. This month, it's Margaret Atwood, and she's chosen Ursula K. Le Guin's A Wizard of Earthsea.
I'm home sick for the second day in a row (I think I emoted myself sick after the world's most stressful weekend, ie sudden funeral, seeing a bunch of the fambam, a baptism, 12 hours of driving, replacing my windshield, and having my first pointless and hurtful fight with Mr. KittenBasket), and I've been wandering…
In 1958, J.R.R. Tolkien attended a "Hobbit Dinner" in the Netherlands, an event set up by Tolkien's Dutch publisher, where 200 fans could hear their favorite author speak. And speak he did, explaining the meaning of his most famous work, reciting a poem in Elvish, and more. And for the first time, you'll be able to…
Did you watch Game of Thrones on HBO Go last night? Then you may have gotten a surprise bit of information that is so monumentally huge, it's not just a spoiler for the show but it's possibly a spoiler for the A Song of Ice and Fire books as well. CONTINUE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
You remind me of the babe. You know, the babe with the power. I assume that's why I was inspired to round up some of the best fan art on the web inspired by Jim Henson's 1986 fantasy movie, and starring a young Jennifer Connelly, a perfectly cast David Bowie, and an intimidating bulge in Bowie's tights.
So call me late to the game, but I came across Scott Lynch's "Gentleman Bastards" series earlier in the year. I devoured Book I (Lies of Locke Lamora) and am nearly finished with Book II (Red Seas Under Red Skies) and holy shit everyone. This guy. THIS GUY.
When we interviewed A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin at Comic-Con, we decided to drill down and ask some intense questions. Like, is this series only seven books long because some subplots took over the story? Are the Dothraki one-dimensional stereotypes? What does he think of Sliders? Here’s what he…
The protagonist of Madéleine Flores' webcomic Help Us! Great Warrior knows that just because you're good at swinging a sword, that doesn't mean that you have to put away your teddy bears and bows. She protects her village with the help of snack foods, magic, and some really cute outfits.
George R.R. Martin announced on Saturday that he will be editing and contributing to a new anthology book called "Dangerous Women".