Tara Sim’s The City of Dusk is a broad, dark tale set in a fanciful realm with an energetic, youthful cast.
Nnedi Okorafor’s Noor is a fierce, tightly-woven tapestry of cybernetic bodies, corporate fascism, and chosen family wrapped in a reverently imagined Nigerian future.
Review: Fevered Star
Rebecca Roanhorse’s Fevered Star is a complex, layered, hard-hitting follow-up to one of the best fantasy novels of the decade.
Review: Moon Witch, Spider King
Marlon James’ Moon Witch, Spider King is an unexpected, richly drawn, thoroughly engrossing anti-sequel to the Dark Star trilogy’s Black Leopard, Red Wolf.
Review: 36 Streets
T.R. Napper’s 36 Streets is a gritty, violent, neo-noir story with compelling characters, high-stakes action, and a fascinating, cyberpunk look at near-future Hanoi.
Interview: Owen Lach, Author of Founder’s Mercy
Korey talks to Owen Lach, author of the Queer YA Sci-Fi novel Founder’s Mercy
Korey’s Fave Science Fiction & Fantasy Books by Trans Authors
I love reading sci-f and fantasy books by and about queer and trans people and characters.
Review: A Psalm for the Wild-Built
A Psalm for the Wild Built is a lovingly crafted, low-stakes peek into a post calamity utopia.
Review: Iron Widow
Iron Widow is a tense, dramatic tale of overcoming war, disability, and patriarchal oppression set in a fascinating world filled with giant robots and monsters.
Review: Turning Red
Turning Red is a welcome departure from the usual Pixar fare, sharing familiar Disney tropes from a fresh perspective.
Review: Hell Followed With Us
Andrew Joseph White’s Hell Followed With Us is a heartfelt, hope-filled allegory for defeating personal and societal persecution lovingly wrapped in an angsty, gory, monster-filled fight for your life.
Charli Drever’s Panacea is a hard-driving, near future, sci-fi thrill ride that doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to the dystopian narrative.