Science Fiction & Fantasy

Beren & Luthien by J.R.R. Tolkien

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TV Review: May 2017

But one of the network’s strongest offerings is the ambitious post-apocalyptic epic, The 100, now in its fourth season and renewed for a fifth. You might be sick of apocalypse stories. You might not want another grim show in your nightly lineup. Maybe you have something against teen protagonists. We’re here—as two people who rarely agree on what to watch—to tell you why you need to give it a try anyway.

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Book Reviews: May 2017

This month LaShawn M. Wanak reviews the first season of Tremontaine, a serial projected created by Ellen Kushner and freshly collected by Saga Press. She also dives into Maurice Broaddus’ new novella, Buffalo Soldier, and Ellen Klages’ Wicked Wonders.

Editorial

Editorial, May 2017

Be sure to check out the Editorial for all our news and updates, and of course, a run-down of this month’s content.

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Interview: Aliette de Bodard

Aliette de Bodard is an engineer, a writer, and a keen amateur cook. Her love of mythology and history led her to speculative fiction early on. She is the author of The House of Shattered Wings, the first Dominion of the Fallen novel, plus numerous short stories, the Aztec noir trilogy Obsidian and Blood, and the award-nominated On a Red Station, Drifting, a space opera based on Vietnamese culture. She has won two Nebula Awards and a Locus Award.

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Movie Review: April 2017

This month, Carrie Vaughn reviews Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, the final installment of the Resident Evil films.