I have never read a book quite like In the Dream House: fragmented, yet shatteringly cohesive; experimental, yet utterly confident in its own project. I could barely put this memoir down.
Breathtaking in its scope and imagination, A Memory Called Empire is a startlingly unique debut. A can’t-put-down space opera perfect for fans of Leckie and Asimov.
Reading The Monster of Elendhaven is like stumbling into a fairy tale from hell. This wonderfully twisted and demented story oozes violence, gothic imagery, dark magic, and even darker humor.
Lesbian space necromancers, that’s-what-she-said jokes, and massive skeletal monsters: What else could you possibly need in a book? Gideon the Ninth is just plain awesome and fun as all hell.
Few novels have gripped me so tightly or broken my heart so completely as Nickel Boys. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
A masterfully unnerving collection of literary horror. Read if you dare (but seriously, you should dare)!
Emily Skaja manipulates language into an earth-shattering force. A simultaneously ferocious and tender collection filled with unexpected yet beautiful imagery.
Reading Oculus is like grasping an electrical current of language. Sally Wen Mao vivisects a past and future of spectacle and racism, teleporting her readers into a world of poetic futurism.
After every story in this volume you will hesitate, thinking the next piece cannot possibly be as powerful as the one you just finished, and every time you will be proven wrong. I can only hope that the future of sci-fi and fantasy will look something like the stories encompassed in this amazing book