One of the best parts of science fiction and fantasy books is that they let our minds go to places where reality can’t follow. Recently creators have taken an interest in visually showing us these impossible places, and we love it. Here are 10 books that we think can’t be put on film, but we’re hoping that someone…
Vampires have stolen the spotlight from their Slavic folklore comrades far too long. Two new novels—Catherynne M. Valente's Deathless and Dubravka Ugersic's Baba Yaga Laid An Egg—ought to remedy that. Wildly divergent in their approaches to their fairy-tale source material, they've each forged something great.
Scary figures from Russian folk tales cruising around in Soviet-era Russia, wreaking political and magical havoc? Only Catherynne M. Valente could write that story, and she has - in her new novel Deathless. Read an excerpt!