2018 Hugo Award Nominees Announced

The finalists for the 2018 Hugo Awards, Award for Best Young Adult Book, and John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer and for the 1943 Retrospective Hugo Awards were announced at simultaneous events held in San Jose, California, at Norwescon 41 in SeaTac, Washington, and at Follycon, the 68th British National Science Fiction Convention... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Brianna Goux

Studying in the prestigious English Department at the University of Iowa, Brianna Goux is a writer who grew up in the foothills of Seattle. In her free time she loves to ride horses, box, and explore new places. Amara’s Rose is her debut novel. What’s your favourite part of the lifestyle of an Author? My... Continue Reading →

Sneak Peek of Dislocations released

Dislocations, the first volume of the Kon-tiki Quartet, tells the story of humankind’s last-gasp efforts to reach the stars, set against the backdrop of an Earth torn apart by looming environmental disaster . . . Project Kon-tiki, the world’s first extra-solar colony expedition, is just weeks away from departure, and tension is mounting at Lakenheath... Continue Reading →

Ghost Story Wins Booker Prize

Earlier this year, we highlighted one of the Booker Prize shortlist as particularly interesting and a front runner for the award. That book was Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders. Yesterday, the Booker Prize committee announced that George Saunders was the winner of the 2017 Man Booker Prize. Considered the premier prize in the... Continue Reading →

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