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!
We are THRILLED to have The Ruin of Kings author Jenn Lyons joins us for Dragon Week 2020! Check out Jenn as she rounds up the best Dragons in human skin—do you agree with her choices? Let us know in the comments!
We’ve been giving out Chaos and Cosmos authors a run for their money with all these delightfully chaotic questions, but today we’ve given them their most daunting task yet…WRITING HOROSCOPES! From meeting handsome strangers to fleeing vengeful pigs, check out what our authors predicted in their book-inspired horoscopes.
We at Tor Books believe the true ‘golden age’ of science fiction and fantasy is now, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot of love for the SFF published in the past. And thus, our Tor Essentials line was born, reintroducing readers to some of our favorite classics from decades past. Need to catch up? Check out this list below for a roundup of every Tor Essential that came out in 2020!
Ready to meet more of the shining stars of our Chaos and Cosmos campaign?! We’re swooning over our incredible Air signs today: Attack Surface by Cory Doctorow, Trouble the Saints by Alaya Dawn Johnson, and I Come With Knives by S. A. Hunt.
Have you ever wondered if you’d survive an epic space adventure? Well, now you can find out! Take our epic #ChaosandCosmos inspired quiz to find out if you have enough chaos in your heart to survive in space…or if you’d be lost in the void.
Alternate histories occupy a murky space in science fiction because they can easily learn more speculative than scientific. Science fiction loves to ask its audience plenty of “what ifs?”, but gathered here is a list of novels that focus on asking how those same scenarios might have played out further back in the timeline.
We’re dreaming of fall weather at Tor…the changing of colors, the crackle of a bonfire, the tastes of our favorite fall foods. And we can hardly contain ourselves as we wait for our fall books to finally make their way into our hands. Check out which books are coming to shelves near you this fall here!
Co-writing a novel with a collaborator is WAY easier than writing an entire novel by yourself…right? Ben Bova and Doug Beason, co-authors of Space Station Down, may disagree. Check out their take on writing a book together below!