A serialized war of worlds packs the analogous power of militaristic SF old and new.
In two new books, Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross explore a future near to hand, and one a little more distant.
Two new works of science fiction demonstrate the limitless potential of the Big Idea.
Future dystopias are the settings for a growing number of stories for teens.
The long-awaited sequel to A Fire Upon the Deep explores a post-Singularity universe.
Science fiction authors aid the war effort during WWII with fruits of their imaginations made real.
A heady new novel harks back to the 1970s science fiction of Ursula Le Guin and Doris Lessing.
A celebration of Russian satirist Vladimir Sorokin, a Swiftian
writer whose work is steeped in the tropes of science fiction.
This debut novel is a bravura performance, rejuvenating the time travel subgenre with intellectual and emotional energy.
Highly evolved alien dogs, a beautiful businesswoman, and a spy named Mark Twain figure in a delirious science-fiction farce.
Four new literary adventures suggest that the hybrid genre of steampunk is still on the boil.
From the award-winning author of the Mars Trilogy, an intellectual adventure that shuttles between the 17th and 31st centuries.
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