While poetry doesn’t seem to have much in common with science fiction and fantasy, these multi-talented authors prove that these genres can go hand in hand more often than you think. With fantastical stories told in verse to science fiction story collections containing poetry, there’s something here for all lovers of the written word to enjoy. Check it them out here!
Sure, horses are majestic and noble beasts, but why limit yourself to four legs and hooves in fantasy when you could be riding anything from gigantic sandworms to man-eating hippos? Here are six titles that feature alternative steeds for riding into battle on, or just riding to work on.
We are so sad that Dragon Week: Tokyo Drift is coming to a close, but we think we figured out the best way to say ‘goodbye’ to such a fun week…and ‘hello’ to some EPIC ENTRANCE MUSIC!! We asked our favorite dragon experts (AKA the TDA staff) what tunes they would want as their dragon…
We’ve kicked off our third year of all things dragon, but how could we celebrate without looking at some of our favorite articles and round-ups from Dragon Weeks 1 and 2? Check out some of our most memorable pieces below!
We are SO HYPED that we got to bring you our third annual Dragon Week, voted by you and thus named Dragon Week: TOKYO DRIFT!!!! So what’s happened in this most glorious of weeks? Check out the roundup below!
Love is love, even (and especially) in space. Today, we’re bringing you some of our favorite SFF titles that feature LGBTQ+ characters on intergalactic adventures, including A Memory Called Empire, Gideon the Ninth, and Empress of Tomorrow. Check it out here!
History is written by the victors; or in this case, re-written to explore what could have been. From a young assassin who uses knives to instil fear in her targets, to a young woman who steals her older brother’s destiny of greatness, travel to a reimagined history with these fantastical stories.