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Cage Match 2015 Round 5: Felurian vs Death


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SF & Fantasy

10 Must-Knows for Rebuilding Civilization


We asked Dr. Lewis Dartnell, author of the book The Knowledge, to clue us in to some of the crucial knowledge needed to rebuild a civilization.

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SF & Fantasy

The Girl At Midnight: Start Reading a Thrilling Debut


The Girl At Midnight: Start Reading a Thrilling Debut

Check out this extended excerpt from from Melissa Grey’s debut novel, The Girl at Midnight.

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SF & Fantasy

Event Video: Peter V. Brett Sits Upon THE SKULL THRONE


Event Video: Peter V. Brett Sits Upon THE SKULL THRONE

Peter V. Brett stopped by the University Bookstore in Seattle, WA in support of his new book, The Skull Throne!

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Mark Z. Danielewski On Imagination, Literature, And a Cat Named Carl


Mark Z. Danielewski is the author of several utterly magical novels, all of which dance between genres and test our ideas of what relationship the book as a physical object has to the story it tells. He recently posted an essay here in which he talks about the transformative power of imagination and his cat, [...]

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New Releases 3/31/15


New Releases 3/31/15

HARDCOVER
Contract City
by Mark Falkin
Grand Crusades: The Early Jack Vance
by Jack Vance and Terry Dowling
The Outlandish Companion
by Diana Gabaldon
Poison
by Sarah Pinborough
The Shadows
by J.R. Ward
The Skull Throne
by Peter V. Brett
Voyage of the Basilisk
by Marie Brennan
PAPERBACK
A New Dawn: Star Wars
by John Jackson Miller and Dave Filoni
Alien Resurrection: The Official Movie Novelization
by A.C. Crispin
Artemis Awakening
by Jane Lindskold
Aunt [...]

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New Flash/Arrow Spin-Off Has Its Hawkgirl


Hey, remember hearing about that big Flash/Arrow spinoff series coming down the pipes at the CW? It’s looking like that’s going to happen, as they just tapped Broadway actor Ciara Renée for the role of Kendra Saunders, AKA Hawkgirl: a reincarnating superhero who sprouts wings when she’s provoked. Renée had her television premiere last year [...]

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Criminals, Capes, Cops, and Crime: Playstation Network’s ‘Powers’


I remember lamenting the death of “good television” only a decade ago. Sure, there were a few compelling television series on here and there, but they were few and far between and mostly wedged behind fly-by-night “reality” shows about eating shrew’s eyeballs and drunkenly brawling for the dubious affection of a dyed-in-the-wool sociopath. (The only [...]

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