May 16, 2017May 16, 2017
By Maureen Kincaid Speller Azanian Bridges — Nick Wood (NewCon Press) Other commentators have already discussed the alternate history setting of...
May 15, 2017May 15, 2017
By Paul Kincaid Good Morning, Midnight — Lily Brooks-Dalton (Wiedenfeld & Nicolson) I still haven’t reviewed two of the books on...
May 12, 2017May 12, 2017
By Victoria Hoyle The Power — Naomi Alderman (Penguin Viking) Of all the books that I personally shortlisted for this project...
May 11, 2017May 11, 2017
By Nina Allan With both the Sharke Six and the official Clarke shortlist now out of the bag, I...
May 10, 2017May 10, 2017
Collated and edited by Victoria Hoyle [Editor’s note: this discussion, which took place over several days and is still...
May 5, 2017May 5, 2017
By Jonathan McCalmont The Many Selves of Katherine North — Emma Geen (Bloomsbury) * I entered 2016 with my affection for...
May 4, 2017May 4, 2017
Guest review by Gareth Beniston Occupy Me — Tricia Sullivan (Gollancz) “and the sound of the maple trees across the fence...
May 3, 2017May 3, 2017
The Arthur C. Clarke Award for science fiction literature has announced its 31st annual shortlist. A Closed and Common Orbit, Becky...
May 2, 2017May 2, 2017
Summary of discussions by Nina Allan Well, here we are – three months into the shadow Clarke project and...
April 28, 2017April 28, 2017
By Megan AM A Field Guide to Reality — Joanna Kavenna (Riverrun) My final shortlistee is another popular novel among the...
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