July 18, 2017July 18, 2017
By Paul Kincaid I have been associated with science fiction awards ever since I was approached to administer...
July 11, 2017July 11, 2017
By Paul Kincaid Ninefox Gambit — Yoon Ha Lee (Solaris) I am possibly not the right audience for this novel. I...
June 27, 2017June 27, 2017
By Paul Kincaid After Atlas — Emma Newman (Roc) There are, in broad terms, two types of fiction. For convenience, although...
June 7, 2017June 7, 2017
By Paul Kincaid Central Station — Lavie Tidhar (PS Publishing) This is the future we were promised. This is what all...
May 22, 2017May 22, 2017
By Paul Kincaid The Gradual — Christopher Priest (Gollancz) The other day, when I was reviewing Good Morning, Midnight by Lily...
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...
April 6, 2017April 6, 2017
By Paul Kincaid Europe in Winter — Dave Hutchinson (Solaris) In 2014, when Europe in Autumn was published, long standing tensions...
March 28, 2017March 28, 2017
By Paul Kincaid Occupy Me — Tricia Sullivan (Gollancz) Uncertainty is underrated as a state of consciousness. I don’t think my...
March 17, 2017March 17, 2017
By Paul Kincaid * Azanian Bridges — Nick Wood (NewCon Press) If science fiction doesn’t make us look differently at our...
March 15, 2017March 15, 2017
The Underground Railroad — Colson Whitehead (Fleet) The Underground Railroad is, perhaps, the best novel of 2016. I qualify that statement...
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