Put out by big publishers like Tor and smaller ones like Neon Hemlock, speculative novellas are seeing a resurgence in popularity.
Like our universe, the science fiction genre is constantly expanding. Here is a sampling of the seemingly endless list of its subgenres.
This year, a Neon Hemlock Press novella won a Nebula. But what is this publisher, where did it come from, and what does it put out?
Thousands of short stories are read each year in order for editors to create Best of anthologies. Here is a look at a few.
These excellent speculative fiction short story collections out this year, including The Memory Librarian: And Other Stories of Dirty Computer by Janelle Monáe, range from fantasy, horror, sci fi, magical realism, and more.
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Very short stories–also known as flash fiction, micro fiction, drabbles, and the like–are a delightful form of fiction. Start with these.
This list is a jumping-off point for those looking for some excellent sexy times to pair with masterful historical love stories, like Masquerade by Anne Shade.
What is gaslamp fantasy? It's partially Victorian fantasy, but more than that, as its boundaries are blurred with other speculative genres.
There's a myriad of online options for book buying. So what goes into the physicality of bookstores to make them appealing to book buyers?