Category: science fiction
Stories Within Stories Turn S. Qiouyi Lu’s In the Watchful City into a Cabinet of Curiosities
Jackson Ford is Full of Sh*t (in a Good Way)
Gautam Bhatia Explores Rebellion for Rebellion’s Sake in The Wall
Cloning is a Cakewalk for the Geneticist at the Heart of Sarah Gailey’s The Echo Wife—Until She Meets Her Own Unwanted Double
In Andy Weir’s Project Hail Mary, a reluctant astronaut is mankind’s best hope against a microscopic enemy
A Lab-born Soldier Yearns for a New Life in Ginger Smith’s The Rush’s Edge
Searching for Peace and a Mythical Bird in Robbie Arnott’s The Rain Heron
Are People and Bots Collaborating or Competing in S.B. Divya’s Machinehood?
Chris Panatier’s The Phlebotomist is a Bloody Business
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