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Review: “The Just City” by Jo Walton

The Greek gods become bored, as they so often do, and Athene, spurred on by the prayers of many a philosopher, decides to set...

The Bibliodaze 2015 Most Influential People in Publishing List

Another year, another 12 months of publishing highs, lows and inexplicable surprises. Last year we put together a list of the people we thought...

Review: “The Ghosts of Heaven” by Marcus Sedgwick

All I really have to say is, dear Gods, do not let this be your first Sedgwick book. It is dense. It is confusing. If...

Review “The Girl With All the Gifts” by M.R. Carey

Honestly, I kind of spoiled myself for The Girl with All The Gifts to find out what was going on before I started this highly...

Review: “The Queen of the Tearling” by Erika Johansen

Hype is a terrible thing to waste. The moment anything is pushed by publishers, reviewers or other book related individuals as the next something or...

Vox Day and the Hugos – Why We Should Just Say...

Trigger Warning: Racism, sexism, homophobia, rape apologism, some truly heinous stuff. Approach with caution. Today, the Hugo Award nominations were released. Given how strong a...

Movie Review: Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Film: Captain America: The Winter Soldier Director: Anthony and Joe Russo Running Time: 136 min Release Date: April 4th, 2014 (USA) Starring: Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett...

Trailer for “Edge of Tomorrow” Releases

Ever heard of the Japanese novel ALL YOU NEED IS KILL by Hiroshi Sakaruzaka, released in 2004? Probably not, even though it's been translated...

Review: “Under The Skin” by Michel Faber

Title: Under The Skin Author: Michel Faber Publisher: Canongate Books Pages: 296 Copy Origin: Author’s own. Summary (from Goodreads): Isserley is a female driver who picks up hitchhikers with...

2013 Nebula Nominees Announced

While the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) has been caught up in a storm of sexism, petitions and headaches, today was a day...