All the Science Fiction and Fantasy Books You Can't Afford to Miss in February

Is the publishing industry trying to kill us all? There are so many must-read books coming in February that you may not have time to sleep, or socialize, or possibly go to your job to afford more books. This month's haul includes Kelly Link and Peter Beagle writing superhero tales, Neal Asher's brand new dystopian… »2/05/13 3:18pm2/05/13 3:18pm

R.I.P. Leo Dillon, Award-Winning Artist Who Brought Your Favorite Books to Life

Whether you know it or not, you've admired the work of Leo Dillon and his wife Diane, whose artworks adorned many of science fiction and fantasy's most famous books. Leo Dillon, who died of cancer the other day, was the first African American artist to win a Caldecott Medal for children's book illustration — and then… »6/01/12 8:00pm6/01/12 8:00pm

The Best Fantasy Books and Stories of the Year, according to the World Fantasy Awards!

The verdict is in, and we watched it happen. The World Fantasy Awards at yesterday's World Fantasy Convention in San Diego were a star-studded celebration of fantasy writers, publishers and readers. Connie Willis riffed and joked about her love of Starbucks and the TV show Primeval, Neil Gaiman talked about the… »10/31/11 6:39pm10/31/11 6:39pm

Are Today's SF Magazines Too Wide-Ranging And Eclectic For Most Readers?

"I think almost all of the big respectable science fiction and fantasy magazines have the same exact problem which is that they're eclectic. And, eclectic products have a much harder time finding an audience who will follow them. I'm astounded at the fantasy and science fiction readership, for example, who is willing… »1/28/10 4:52pm1/28/10 4:52pm