Justin Cronin’s The Passage.
China Miéville’s Kraken.
Carrie Ryan’s The Dead-Tossed Waves.
Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson’s The Winds Of Dune.
Gordon Van Gelder’s anthology.
Tom Holt’s Blonde Bombshell
William Hussey’s Dawn Of The Demontide.
Simon Clark’s Humpty’s Bones.
Brian Lumley’s Haggopian And Other Stories.
Col Buchanan’s Farlander.
Cory Doctorow’s For The Win.
Jon Mayhew’s Mortlock
Stephen Deas’s The King Of The Crags.
Ricardo Pinto’s The Third God.
Dmitry Glukhovsky’s Metro 2033.
The Dresden Files author talks about his upcoming releases.
Part six tackles Eric Brown, Ray Bradbury, Philip Pullman and more.
Our micro-review series continues with a host of pulp entries.
The third instalment of our literary micro review series.
What is our obsession with paranormal romance?
The second part of our literary micro-review feature.
Exploring the exceptional world of a great sci-fi artist.
One ever-growing pile of books, one slow news day – it’s the bookcase review.
Upcoming adaptations of classic SF novels.
It’s Towel Day, and to celebrate, here’s our massive guide to Douglas Adams and his incredible creation.
China Mieville, the author of the upcoming novel The City And The City, has said that he prefers not to literally insert political subtext into his work, but instead allow people to draw their own conclusions and make their own readings from the narrative.