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Disabled Fans and Creators Are Kept Out of Too Many Conventions. Now They're Not Alone.

Science fiction and fantasy conventions exist in the venn diagram between professional networking events, marketing expos and fan celebrations. Between all three of those things, they do a lot to shape fandom and the stories we love. And for years now, conventions have been failing disabled fans and professionals. So…

Wicked Magicians and Shifting Glamours: An Exclusive Excerpt from Mary Robinette Kowal's Glamour in Glass

With Glamour in Glass, Mary Robinette Kowal returns to the fascinating world of her debut novel Milk and Honey, blending Regency England with magic. As she explained in our exclusive interview in March, this book takes place in 1815, on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo, and our unlucky Honeymooning magicians get…

April Books: Stephen King's Dark Tower, Neal Stephenson's Weird History, and More!

The book world has some treats in store for you this month — including a brand new novel in Stephen King's Dark Tower universe, and the first book of Neal Stephenson and Greg Bear's Mongoliad. John Shirley revises and updates his groundbreaking cyberpunk trilogy. There are more jazz-age vampires and Regency magicians,…

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