Misha Review by Kris Vyas-Myall There are some books that achieve a nearly mythical status among SF geeks. These tend to be acclaimed works from small presses that rarely get reprinted. Red Spider, White Web is one such holy grail. Published by Morrigan Press in 1990 it is introduced by Brian W. Aldiss, post-scripted byContinue reading “Red Spider, White Web”
I know we have been more absent than usual. This is due to a combination of mental health, a new baby in the family and the complexities of the pandemic getting on top of us. Let us see if 2021 will allow us to do more. On a happier note, it isContinue reading “The Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards 2021 Nominees and an Update”
After much reading, discussion and some heated (albeit polite) argument we have decided on The Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards winners for 2020: Fantasy Novel: Realm of Ash by Tasha Suri Science Fiction Novel: A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine Blurred Boundaries: David Mogo, Godhunter by Suyi Davies Okungbowa Novella: TheContinue reading “The Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards 2020 – Winners”
There are so many great works of speculative fiction by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and Women of Colour) women to check out. I have compiled a list of 100 covering numerous different types of stories for different tastes to try.
After much discussion and debate The Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards finalists have been announced: Fantasy Novel: Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron The Ten thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow Realm of Ash by Tasha Suri Science Fiction Novel: All City by Alex DiFrancesco A Memory CalledContinue reading “The Subjective Chaos Kind of Awards 2020 – Finalists”
This year our SCKA awards had a larger number of women and non-binary people and as such I wanted to give my thoughts on the categories
Chana Porter Review by Kris Vyas-Myall I am a great fan of brevity in my stories and think the revival of the novella has been a major boon to science fiction. However, this is one of the first times I have had to put as my criticism, it needs to be longer. The reason IContinue reading “The Seep”
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