John Wyndham is one of the godfathers of British science fiction, famous for his accessible, thoughtful apocalyptic novels and the broad spectrum of his short stories. In Hidden Wyndham, Amy Binns reveals the man behind the big ideas.
Jodie Bond is the fantasy heroine of her own life: a farm girl from a family of Welsh gin makers who performs as a burlesque artist and has written a darkly intriguing debut novel, The Vagabond King. To celebrate its launch, I’m delighted to help you get to know her a bit better.
There are many tales of shapeshifting women. Sharon Blackie explores their hidden powers in a collection of retellings by turns cautionary, haunting, and inspirational.
Read this series, they say. You’ll love it, they say. You like fantasy. This is fantasy. And they aren’t wrong. But The Winnowing Flame by Jen Williams isn’t your typical fantasy trilogy. To celebrate the launch of final book The Poison Song, here’s 5 reasons you should climb on a bat and join the fight for Sarn!
Yoon Ha Lee’s Machineries of Empire is hands-down my favourite space opera of recent years. The third book, Revenant Gun, was published this week, bringing the series to a close (or does it? There’s a promise of short stories to come, at least) and I’m delighted to be part of the supporting blog tour. To celebrate, I’m giving you my top ten reasons to join the Hexarchate…