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SF & Fantasy

Poll: What Do You Prefer To Read?


brooks-highdruidsbladeA simple question for the moment:

What do you prefer to read right now—short stories, stand-alone novels, trilogies, or long multi-volume series? Vote and comment!

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Star Wars

Star Wars HoloNet Digest #51: March 12-19, 2014


Suvudu Star Wars contributor Eric Geller brings you a roundup of Star Wars news from March 12-19, 2014.

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Star Wars

Star Wars HoloNet Digest #44: January 15-22, 2014


Suvudu Star Wars contributor Eric Geller brings you a roundup of Star Wars news from January 15-22, 2014.

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SF & Fantasy

Tor.com Unveils Dangerous Women


martin-dangerousWith the advent of the ebook, short stories are flourishing.

And so are anthologies! I theorize reasons for this after the jump, but one of the most impressive anthologies of the year comes in December with Dangerous Women! And Tor.com is featuring stories from it a bit early!

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Star Wars

Star Wars HoloNet Digest #4: February 27 – March 6, 2013


Suvudu Star Wars contributor Eric Geller brings you a roundup of Star Wars news from February 27 – March 6, 2013.

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SF & Fantasy

A Calendar of Tales by Neil Gaiman


gaiman-books“There are lots of artists in the world. But there is only one you.”

That’s how Neil Gaiman opens up a challenge to everyone and anyone. He needs art for his stories in A Calendar of Tales. And that’s where you come in!

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Star Wars

Star Wars Shorts: Labor Pains


Star Wars: The Essential Reader’s Companion is a comprehensive overview of the sweeping Star Wars adventures that have been told in novels and short stories since 1976. A fair number of the short stories discussed in Pablo Hidalgo’s epic guide were web exclusives presented by Lucasfilm and hosted on starwars.com. Del Rey is now happy [...]

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SF & Fantasy

What Authors Comprise Your Dream Anthology?


Songs of Love & DeathDue to events outside of my control, I am building my own anthology featuring some of the best fantasy writers in the genre—and it’s going to be a great one!

It begs the question: If you could build your own anthology—fantasy, sci-fi, or horror—what authors would comprise it? Wow me!

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Suvudu Library: “The Precedent” by Sean McMullen


If it’s possible for a piece of fiction to produce chills in these overheated days of summer, Sean McMullen’s “The Precedent” will do it. McMullen sees us as a tipping-point generation when it comes to global warming, and his story is a classic example of “If this goes on….”

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Would Kilgore Trout be proud?


Today is a day we are really excited about. There is more Kurt Vonnegut in the world.
Specifically, a brand new story that has never been published before: “Hello, Red.”
Even better, there will be another unreleased Kurt Vonnegut story coming on September 29th titled “The Petrified Ants.”
There is one catch: you’ll have to read them as [...]

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