July 7, 2017July 7, 2017
By Megan AM Despite the many words I’ve spent on reviews, nothing better conveys my feelings about a shortlist...
July 6, 2017July 6, 2017
By Megan AM When I was eighteen or nineteen, my mother handed me the latest reading sensation, Harry Potter...
July 5, 2017July 5, 2017
By Megan AM Two novels that don’t appear to have anything in common, but are written by two powerhouses...
July 4, 2017July 4, 2017
By Megan AM Since the 2013 all-male Clarke shortlist, it’s been assumed that Clarke jurors have been striving for...
June 29, 2017June 29, 2017
By Nina Allan After Atlas — Emma Newman (Roc) I thought my feelings about this book were all sewn up. I...
June 22, 2017June 22, 2017
By Nina Allan (originally published in the May edition of Interzone) Although it is the controversies that tend to...
June 19, 2017June 19, 2017
By Nina Allan A Closed and Common Orbit — Becky Chambers (Hodder & Stoughton) The mass media seem to have got...
June 16, 2017June 16, 2017
By Megan AM Ninefox Gambit — Yoon Ha Lee (Solaris) It’s space opera, you know? One of last year’s most famous,...
June 14, 2017June 14, 2017
By Nick Hubble The Fifth Season — N.K. Jemisin (Orbit) I wanted to begin this piece by noting that I put...
June 12, 2017June 12, 2017
By Nina Allan Ninefox Gambit — Yoon Ha Lee (Solaris) The SF Encyclopaedia informs us that the term ‘space opera’ was...
Shadow Jury 2017
Anglia Ruskin Centre for Science Fiction & Fantasy > Arthur C. Clarke Shadow Jury > Shadow Jury 2017
About The Centre
The Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy connects two major strengths within Anglia Ruskin University: writing and publishing alongside literary criticism. It is comprised of Faculty members, associate lecturers and postgraduate and undergraduate students.