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Book Review: ‘Cast in Sorrow’ by Michelle Sagara

Cast in Sorrow

Another satisfying chapter to "The Chronicle of Elantra" series; Kaylin comes to a monumental crossroads that may alter the future of the immortal Barrani, and has the potential to shift the fabric of worlds. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Devil’s Backbone’ (Criterion Collection)

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An exceptional film from director del Toro, this edition of The Devil's Backbone is an improvement on Sony's 2004 DVD release and is recommended. Read More »

Interview with Elaine Cantrell, author of ‘The Enchanted’

The Enchanted

"The best part of writing for me is when I first sit down at the computer with ideas swirling around in my head." Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Solomon Kane’

James Purefoy as Solomon Kane

James Purefoy in the lead role makes this more than just you're average sword and sorcery gore fest. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’ by Neil Gaiman

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Gaiman's latest explores the childhood memories locked in our heads. Read More »

Interview with Dora Machado, Author of ‘The Curse Giver’

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"I love my readers — meeting them, talking to them, reading their emails and their comments — because they are the ones riding shotgun in all my adventures." Read More »

Interview with S.L. Morgan, Author of ‘Ancient Guardians: The Legacy of the Key’

Ancient Guardians

"In my opinion, writing is the best therapy available. I absolutely love stepping out of reality and letting my imagination run wild." Read More »

Book Review: ‘Ecko Rising’ by Danie Ware


Ware's book seamlessly blends traditional cyberpunk story elements with elements of fantasy. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Alif The Unseen’ by G. Willow Wilson


This could be one of the stories behind the Arab Spring. Read More »

Book Review: Once Upon a Clockwork Tale: a Short Story Collection


Steampunk seems to be charging into the world of speculative fiction. Read More »