Ask Lavie Tidhar, winner of the World Fantasy Award for Osama, anything…

This year, Tavie Tidhar won the World Fantasy Award for his political fantasy novel Osama. We read it in the io9 book club last month, and now he's joining us to answer any of your questions — about the book, about writing political novels, about his expertise in international science fiction and fantasy, or even… » 12/11/12 10:37am 12/11/12 10:37am

Lavie Tidhar's Osama wins World Fantasy Award

The winners of the 2012 World Fantasy Awards were just announced here in Toronto, Canada - and the Best Novel Award didn't go to George R.R. Martin or to Jo Walton, who'd already swept the Nebula and Hugo Awards. Instead, it went to Lavie Tidhar's Osama, a strange pulp-oriented alt history about Osama Bin Laden. » 11/04/12 2:09pm 11/04/12 2:09pm

All the Science Fiction and Fantasy Books You Can't Miss in October!

October brings an amazing horde of great books, to keep you reading way into the night. Lois Lowry concludes the Giver saga, Justin Cronin continues the Passage trilogy, and Iain M. Banks has a new story of the Culture. Plus Catherynne M. Valente's latest Fairyland novel, and Cory Doctorow's follow-up to Little Brother » 10/02/12 3:54pm 10/02/12 3:54pm