Christie’s classic whodunit is a brilliant parlor trick of deception and misplaced empathy.
Noah Berlatsky reviews Obery M. Hendricks Jr.’s “Christians Against Christianity.”
How "The Turner Diaries" resembles classics of SF past.
Discussions of films, or books, or comics seem to inevitably turn into discussions about accreditation.
"Christopher Holmes himself, that detective who is not the detective you expect, is out of the closet — and yet still often in its shadow, both...
SERGEI LUKYANENKO’s sci-fi novel The Genome was first published in Russia in 1999, but 15 years later, in English translation, it’s future is still...
Does worrying about spoilers detract from enjoyment more than the spoilers themselves?
Linda Williams argues that the strength of "The Wire" lies not in its commitment to Dickensian narrative or Greek tragedy, but its melodrama.
Many of Octavia Butler’s novels ask: how can the world get better when the dream of a better world for some has, historically, ideologically...