Tag Archives: Naomi Novik

Diversity Shines with Nebula Nominees

The Science Fiction Writers of America announced the Nebula Award Nominees this weekend and there is a whole lot to be excited about, especially the diverse cast of nominees. Is this a backlash against the Sad Puppies campaign? Or a … Continue reading

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Myke Cole Recommends…

Myke Cole isn’t just a stern-faced champion of truth, justice and trigger discipline, he’s also a lover of all things sci-fi and fantasy. When I spoke with the Gemini Cell author at Elevengeddon we touched on a variety of subjects, … Continue reading

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Tough Traveling — Flying Rides

Every Thursday, Nathan at Fantasy Review Barn leads a group of fellow bloggers on “Tough Travels”, a trip through the tropes that populate the fantasy and sci-fi world, using Diane Wynne Jones’ hilarious The Tough Guide to Fantasyland as a … Continue reading

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Tough Traveling — Men in Boats

Every Thursday, Nathan at Fantasy Review Barn leads a group of fellow bloggers on “Tough Travels”, a trip through the tropes that populate the fantasy and sci-fi world, using Diane Wynne Jones’ hilarious The Tough Guide to Fantasyland as a … Continue reading

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Review: “Uprooted” by Naomi Novik

Uprooted Naomi Novik ★★★★ Del Rey, 2015. Naomi Novik is best known for writing about dragons, from her alt-history “Temeraire” series, but with Uprooted, she digs deep into her family heritage for a story about a completely different type of … Continue reading

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