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198. Brazilian SF w/ Fabio Fernandes, Cesar Alcázar, Libby Ginway, and Jacques Barcia #WorldSFTour

The books, the histories, and the translations, oh my!  We’re joined by an all star cast to discuss the world of Brazilian SF.  We cover Brazil’s generations of sf writers, fandom, the publishing world, and the influences on Brazil’s sf universe.   212 more words


Book Review: "Prisoner of Night and Fog" by Anne Blankman (ARC)

Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman 

Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Publishing Date: April 22
Genre: young adult, historical fiction
ISBN: 9780062278814
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Coming Soon: CALL OF THE PISS FAIRY for Kindle

for Kindle soon!

“Lee Allen Howard’s Call of the Piss Fairy is an inventive psychological horror novel with a voice that’s as stylish as it is dark.” —Dustin LaValley, author of…
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Climate Fiction: A Hot New Genre?

Is climate fiction really a hot new genre (no pun intended)? Something remarkable has happened when American colleges start to use climate fiction to teach how to prepare for the coming climate crisis. 1,621 more words

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District 69 by Ra’Mone Marquis

Sexuality is something that should be celebrated not hindered. It should be nourished not inhibited. District 69: The Crimson Edition does just that. 2,296 more words