I've had my eye on this magazine for a while and luckily, Editor-in-Chief Ben Richards was nice enough to send me a copy for review! This was a fun issue and as someone going cold into Red Sun's purview, I was quite pleased with what I ended up finding. Before getting to the stories, I want … Continue reading Review: Red Sun Magazine #4
Below are the Hugo Novelette finalists! There wasn't as much overlap with the Nebulas as there was in the short fiction category before, but be sure to check out the new stories by Zen Cho, Daryl Gregory, Naomi Kritzer, and Simone Heller. You really don't want to miss these! “If at First You Don’t Succeed, … Continue reading Hugo Finalists 2019: Novellette
So, the Hugo award finalists have been announced and I am continuing my review coverage of them this year. There was a bit of overlap in this category with the Nebulas, but the three stories that are new on this list are damn good, so please go check those out! In case you missed my … Continue reading Hugo Finalists 2019: Short Fiction
So, I've been following this series for awhile and since stumbling on it and falling in love with it's theme and mission, I became friends with the author behind it all, Richard Galbraith. He's a pretty cool guy, who has a lot of creative projections going on across several different social media platforms & sites. … Continue reading Review: NEON&CONCRETE Stories – Part 1
If you couldn't tell already, but I've been on a bit of an anthology kick this year and there was no way I was going to miss out on N.K. Jemisin's new collection of short fiction. There are some stories I have read or heard of before and there are even some stories in here … Continue reading Review: How Long ‘Til Black Future Month?
So, I wasn't able to do it guys. At the time that they were announced, I said back in April, that I would be reading all the Hugo nominated stories and post them here. I managed to get through the short fiction, short stories, and novellas on time. I even managed to get through a … Continue reading THE HUGOS: 2018
Okay, so as promised I have each of the finalists for the Short Fiction category blow. I've assigned them ratings (based off a five-star scale) and with short summaries and reviews from yours truly. I've also linked them so that you can read them for yourselves at your leisure. “Carnival Nine” by Caroline M. Yoachim 5 … Continue reading Hugo Finalists 2017: Best Short Fiction