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Elder Race

Recommended for lovers of portal fantasy, lost colony science fiction, and stories on the border between the two genres.
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A Spindle Splintered

Sleeping Beauty crashes into the multiverse in Harrow’s queer, subversive, explicitly feminist retelling. This story of power, agency, and sisterhood is recommended.

Flowers for the Sea

Rocklyn has written an astounding story that will leave readers begging for more, recalling other critically acclaimed novellas like Priya Sharma’s Ormeshadow and P. Djèlí Clark’s Black God’s Drum.

Where the Drowned Girls Go

The message of owning one’s truth instead of losing one’s individuality will resonate. Highly recommended.

A Marvellous Light

Marske’s debut is a delightful blend of Edwardian fantasy and romance, with enough twists and questions to have readers clamoring for the next in the planned series.

The Chosen and the Beautiful

Vo’s first full-length novel weaves the plot of Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby into a vivid tapestry of layered commentary on gender, race, and sexuality, set in a magical Jazz Age New York.

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The Past Is Red

Valente’s prose presents a stark image of humanity surviving climate ruin, corporate greed, and rich escapists. Tetley’s voice is engrossing, creating a read that will make readers think about our possible future.
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Summer Sons

A great choice for readers who enjoy thought-provoking and engaging horror that asks its protagonists to come to terms with the monsters, both literal and metaphorical, in their past (such as Sam J. Miller’s The Blade Between or Cynthia Pelayo’s Children of Chicago). Also a good option for fans of dark academic thrillers, like Donna Tartt’s The Secret History.

Never Say You Can’t Survive: How To Get Through Hard Times by Making Up Stories

Let Anders introduce you to the imaginary friends whose stories need to be told; provide you with tools to defeat enemies like imposter syndrome; and show you the many varied lifelines writing can offer, no matter who you are, and no matter what story you need to tell.

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