Need a break from holiday commercialism? Want to send a much-needed gift to groups cleaning up one of 2010's worst disasters? Great! Check out Breaking Waves, an anthology featuring award-winning writers like Ursula K. Le Guin and Vonda McIntyre.
May books bring zombie football players, migrations across deep space, and elegiac short stories. Plus, a Jazz-Age social worker campaigns for equal rights for vampires, and a young man travels through a post-scarcity Gulf Coast.
China Miéville's detective story The City And The City is well on its way to being the award-winningest novel of the year. But it's not the only great novel about science fiction/fantasy sleuths. Here are 10 other SF detective classics.
If you're looking for something new to listen to this weekend, head over to Audible Frontiers, Amazon's SF audiobook imprint. From now until July 24th, they're giving away the complete audio version of Kristine Kathryn Rusch's novel The Disappeared, the first of her Retrieval Artist series. Yes, that's "giving away"…