Plagues, Hidden Cities, and Harbingers of Doom at the Bookstore This Month

Nothing is better than curling up during the holidays with a good book, and December brings a lot of terrific options. Dark urban fantasy dominates, with The Engine's Child and Knights of the Cornerstone, but there's also some good space opera from Mike Resnick and Karen Miller - and a whole lot of apocalypse with a… »12/04/08 6:50pm12/04/08 6:50pm

Snuggle Up With Monsters This November at the Bookstore

The election is over, and it's time to return to the fantasy worlds that always provide us with more fulfillment than reality. This month, we bring you news of a treasure trove of new scifi books packed with monsters, interstellar politics, mad scientists, and shadow worlds filled with underwater cities of the dead.… »11/05/08 1:00pm11/05/08 1:00pm

Zombies, Posthumans, Voids, and Monsters for Your October Bookshelf

It's almost October, and you're hungry for books. You've finished Neal Stephenson's Anathem, and if you live in the United States you are gritting your teeth while waiting for Ken MacLeod's latest burst of brilliance, The Night Sessions, to be released stateside. Luckily, we've got all kinds of readerly goodness… »9/25/08 6:22pm9/25/08 6:22pm