Lightspeed: Edited by John Joseph Adams


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Book Review: Trouble the Waters, edited by Sheree Renée Thomas, Pan Morigan, and Troy L. Wiggins

Start the new year with a powerful and important read. Arley Sorg tells you why you don’t want to miss Trouble the Waters, a new anthology from powerhouse team Sheree Renée Thomas, Pan Morigan, Troy L. Wiggins.


Book Review: The Misfit Soldier, by Michael Mammay

Reviewer Chris Kluwe compares The Misfit Soldier, a new military SF novel from Michael Mammay, to an explosive heist movie. Yep. You should read it!


Book Review: Far From the Light of Heaven, by Tade Thompson

Is Tade Thompson’s Far From the Light of Heaven, a new locked room mystery set in space, the right read for you? Let reviewer Aigner Loren Wilson tell you why it just might be.


Book Review: Where The Drowned Girls Go, by Seanan McGuire

Chris Kluwe has a book recommendation for anyone ready to fight The Man or who feels like the world needs a little Nonsense: Where The Drowned Girls Go, by Seanan McGuire. Check out his latest review to find out why!


Book Review: Reclaim the Stars, edited by Zoraida Córdova

Arley Sorg loves short stories. Find out why he’s recommending this anthology of stories by acclaimed YA writers of the Latin American diaspora: Reclaim the Stars: 17 Tales Across Time & Space, edited by Zoraida Córdova.


Book Review: The Annual Migration of Clouds, by Premee Mohamed

This month, new staff reviewer Aigner Loren Wilson looks at The Annual Migration of Clouds, the new post-climate change novella by Premee Mohamed. Find out why you should read it, too!


Book Review: Unfettered Hexes: Queer Tales of Insatiable Darkness, edited by dave ring

Looking for something dark to read? Reviewer Arley Sorg recommends this new anthology from Neon Hemlock.


Book Review: We, by Yevgeny Zamyatin (a new translation by Bela Shayevich)

Why should you check out this new translation of a 100-year-old Russian science fiction novel? Let Chris Kluwe tell you why!


Book Review: The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling

This month, visiting reviewer Wendy N. Wagner does the math on Caitlin Starling’s new novel The Death of Jane Lawrence. See why Wendy thinks this novel is an total plus.


Book Review: How High We Go in The Dark, by Sequoia Nagamatsu

Chris Kluwe reviews Sequoia Nagamatsu’s new novel, How High We Go in The Dark. If climate fiction is your jam, you should definitely see what Chris thinks of this book.