We reveal our top Sci Fi, Fantasy and Horror book releases for August 2023.
We have the prologue and chapter one of Blake Crouch’s new thriller Abandon for you to exclusively read PLUS we’re giving five copies away!
Jody Lynn Nye, bestselling science fiction and fantasy writer, co-ordinating judge for the Writers of the Future Contest, gives some advice to aspiring writers…
In our latest Guest Author Blog, One author Eve Smith discusses the increasing blur between dystopian fiction and real life.
Eve Smith’s unflinching narrative exposes the dark underbelly of a divided society, forcing us to question our own truths.
Sons Of Darkness author Gourav Mohanty discusses the lack of Indian fantasy novels, and why we must acknowledge the importance of diverse experiences and perspectives to bring about a change.
We reveal our top Sci Fi, Fantasy and Horror book releases for July 2023.
We exclusively reveal the world of Ariel Kaplan’s The Pomegranate Gate with the world map designed by Gemma Sheldrake.
Zen Cho brings us an award-winning short story collection of Asian myths and folklore this August with Spirits Abroad and we’re revealing the cover!
The First Bright Thing author J.R. Dawson runs down five magical circuses from the movies.
We reveal our top Sci Fi, Fantasy and Horror book releases for June 2023.
To coincide with publication of his debut science fiction-fantasy novel, The Combat Codes, author and martial artist Alexander Darwin talks exclusively to SciFiNow about his top martial arts flicks.
Find out the six shortlisted sci-fi novels for the 2023 Arthur C. Clarke Award…
We find out all about the steampunk graphic novel The Panharmonion Chronicles with author Henry Chebaane.
On publication of Grave Danger, the second book in the Lavington Windsor series, author Alice James runs down five ghost stories where the victim solves their own murder…
We reveal our top Sci Fi, Fantasy and Horror book releases for May 2023.
Sebastien de Castell talks about the joys of writing messed-up mages for his latest fantasy novel The Malevolent Seven.
On publication of his new novel Greyskin, which is a collection of short stories inspired the cinematic mythology of the Old West, author James Kinsley runs down his top five fantasy westerns.
Welcome back to Edinburgh Nights, the critically acclaimed series set in a dystopian Edinburgh, featuring ghost talking, an occult library, Zimbabwean magic and Scottish pragmatism…
We speak to The Possibility of Life author Jaime Green about extraterrestrials and space…