The author discusses her versatile career and her first horror novel in decades, “The Dark Factory.”
Remembering one of the most celebrated — and now largely forgotten — writers of an unforgettable decade.
New novels by Kim Newman and Michael Shea illustrate the power of popular myth.
The celebrated horror novelist is rapidly becoming one of our best contemporary crime writers.
Russell Banks’s new novel “Foregone” is his most metafictional work to date.
A superb collection of short and long (mostly long) stories by an award-winning fantasy author.
The prolific author has produced, sometimes under pseudonyms, a rich harvest of taut, stylish thrillers.
A Grand Master talks about his career and the evolution of the SF marketplace since the 1950s.
Three new books offer an embarrassment of riches for fans of Robert Stone.
George R. Stewart’s 1949 novel “Earth Abides” offers an eerie augury our COVID-19 crisis.
Stephen Wright’s new novel is a scathingly funny satire of an ad-saturated, media-distracted, money-dominated society.
Rob Latham reviews the latest novel in Kim Newman’s “Anno Dracula” series.