Interview with Sean Jackson, Haw


Author Sean Jackson’s Haw launches on June 19th. Haw is the gripping story of a father’s struggle to save his son from a corrupt society in a pitiless, bleak, futuristic America. Sean Jackson has published numerous short stories in literary … Continue reading →

Gene Mapper, Taiyo Fujii


In a future where reality has been augmented and biology itself has been hacked, the world’s food supply is genetically modified, superior, and vulnerable. When gene mapper Hayashida discovers that his custom rice plant has experienced a dysgenic collapse, he … Continue reading →

While Glaciers Slept, M Jackson


Occasionally we post notable non-fiction here, especially when it either covers eco-fiction history or when it is written so creatively that it tells an engaging story. While Glaciers Slept is one such new book. While Glaciers Slept weaves together the … Continue reading →

Existence, David Brin


Bestselling, award-winning futurist David Brin returns to globe-spanning, high concept SF with Existence. Gerald Livingston is an orbital garbage collector. For a hundred years, people have been abandoning things in space, and someone has to clean it up. But there’s … Continue reading →

Cry of the Sea, D.G. Driver


Now begins a complex story of intrigue, conspiracy and manipulation as June, her parents, a marine biologist and his handsome young intern, her best friend, the popular clique at school and the oil company fight over the fate of the … Continue reading →

The Osiris Project (Series), E.J. Swift


When it came to writing The Osiris Project, I had the world map in mind very early on – a world radically altered by climate change, with borders redrawn and civilization shifted towards the poles. And that underpinned so much … Continue reading →

The Subprimes, Karl Taro Greenfeld


In The Subprimes, Karl Taro Greenfeld turns his keen and unflinching eye to our country today—and where we may be headed. The result is a novel for the 99 percent: a darkly funny comedy about paradise lost and found, the … Continue reading →