Things that are grouped: your re-reads, re-watches, short and long-lived themes and special events, alphabets and other things that recur.
November 5 2012
Rereading Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files in anticipation of the release of the 14th book, Cold Days.
April 14 2011
Join us as we explore the continuing impact and influence of dystopian worlds which have captured (and sometimes haunted) our collective imaginations.
November 27 2012
eDiscover is a new series on Tor.com that highlights sci-fi/fantasy titles recently brought back into print as ebooks.
July 12 2013
A reread of Michael Moorcock's transformative Elric saga.
November 9 2012
A rewatch of Carl Sagan's Cosmos, a show that portrayed the beauty and wonder of being able to look up at the stars and puzzle out how we came to be.
December 8 2010
Join Brit Mandelo and guest bloggers as she rereads Bill Willingham's and Mark Buckingham's long-running fantasy comic series Fables.
February 15 2012
Join Farscape Companion author Scott K. Andrews as he sits down with a spacefaring classic.
March 17 2010
A rewatch of Joss Whedon's SF western Firefly, including all movie and comic material, by Richard Fife.
July 26 2012
Discover Forge of Darkness, a new Malazan novel and jumping on point for epic fantasy fans.
June 3 2010
Frequency Rotation by Jason Heller examines a different song with a speculative fiction theme. Genre, quality, and seriousness may vary.
February 16 2011
In the Gateway to Comics feature, Stephen Aryan focuses on reviewing/recapping a “gateway” trade or issue to a comic genre, series, or character.
April 8 2013
A regular column by Jacob Clifton focusing on geek culture and its constant evolution.
March 22 2011
A series highlighting genre elements and books that are considered more literary or "mainstream."
October 23 2012
We hang with spooks, spectres, slimers, spirits, and more in the run-up to Halloween 2012.
May 30 2012
Girls’ Nightmare Out releases three paranormal young adult authors into the world. Keep up with their adventures (and fiction) here.
October 31 2011
Presenting a year-long reread of Alan Moore's works, from large to small and everything in between.
October 18 2012
A reread of the first 10 years, and then the next 10, of Stephen King’s books which asks the timeless question: Are these books national treasures or total crap?
March 6 2014
Lumos! Revisit Rowling's wizarding world as we reread the Harry Potter series!
April 4 2011
Commentary, essays, reviews and recaps of the HBO television adaptation of epic fantasy A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin
October 27 2014
Rereading Mercedes Lackey’s Heralds of Valdemar trilogy.
December 22 2011
Celebrating one of our favorite "related subjects," Sherlock Holmes, for the 2011 holidays.
January 15 2013
Everything about John Scalzi's The Human Division, the latest in the Old Man's War series.
April 15 2011
A collection of essays, news, and other cool things regarding the Hunger Games book series and movies.
December 4 2009
Here, Jason Henninger, amateur-professional cleverist, will speak giraffe at you.
October 5 2011
Every month an independent bookstore somewhere in the world offers up its recommended reading list!
September 7 2011
A reread of Joe Abercrombie’s grimdark First Law fantasy trilogy.
November 6 2013
News, excerpts, and more from John Scalzi's science fiction thriller novel Lock In.
October 3 2014
Kate Nepveu rereads Susanna Clarke's Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, leading up to the forthcoming BBC adaptation.
May 17 2012
John Scalzi interviews Jonathan Coulton about his music, song by song.
November 8 2011
A week exploring filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s contributions to science fiction/fantasy.