This Fall's Must-Read Science Fiction and Fantasy Books

What do science fiction and fantasy books have in store for you this fall? There are new fantasy series by Tad Williams and Jacqueline Carey. A brand new Culture novel by Iain M. Banks. Collaborations between Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross, and Larry Niven and Gregory Benford. A classic Gene Wolfe novel. A massive… » 8/23/12 1:57pm 8/23/12 1:57pm

All The Science Fiction and Fantasy Books You Can't Afford to Miss in…

Emily Dickinson had it wrong: There is no star cruiser like a book. When you want to journey past the furthermost limits of your own imagination, you turn to books. And August's new book releases are just packed with brilliant new ideas and thrilling stories, from some of the world's best writers. » 8/03/12 4:29pm 8/03/12 4:29pm

Fantasy Novels That Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity

Everbody loves a good dark, horrible fantasy. A misanthopic adventure, in which everybody is morally compromised, and we all live and die in the dirt. But every now and then, it's nice to read a fantasy novel in which people are, you know... good. » 5/11/12 12:08pm 5/11/12 12:08pm

The Future Of Short Fiction Publishing: Pay Per Story?

The iPad and other devices may have revolutionized the short story publishing market, judging from a new announcement by Orbit Books. The genre publisher, whose authors include Iain M. Banks and Gail Carriger, is going to start publishing its authors's short fiction electronically — but Orbit's not going the Tor… » 4/15/10 5:00pm 4/15/10 5:00pm

Introducing Darth "Your Name Here"

Authors Sean Williams and Karen Miller are auctioning off a "walk-on role" in their next Star Wars novels, with the proceeds to benefit Australian brushfires victims. You could be enshrined in Expanded-Universe continuity! [Karen Miller] » 4/17/09 7:30am 4/17/09 7:30am

SF Authors Tag-Team On Blog

A science fiction group blog at SFNovelists.com includes stars like Charles Stross, Tanya Huff, Kate Elliott, Sean Williams, Tobias Buckell, Karen Miller and Karin Lowachee. [OrbitBooks] » 12/19/07 2:15pm 12/19/07 2:15pm