Things that are grouped: your re-reads, re-watches, short and long-lived themes and special events, alphabets and other things that recur.
December 1 2008
Kate Nepveu's critical examination and reread of the entire Lord of the Rings series.
July 29 2014
Ruthanna Emrys and Anne M Pillsworth get girl cooties all over H.P. Lovecraft's original stories.
November 28 2011
A reread of Madeleine L'Engle's work by Mari Ness as part of a celebration of the 50 year anniversary of the first appearance of A Wrinkle in Time.
September 19 2012
A massive reread of Neil Gaiman's works, manifesting in a myriad of ways.
November 4 2013
A week devoted to gushing about the terrible (fictional!) people we can't stop watching.
March 26 2010
Bill Capossere and Amanda Rutter read the Malazan Book of the Fallen series with both fresh and experienced eyes
February 1 2012
Looking back at The Wheel of Time and looking forward to its concluding installment A Memory of Light.
January 20 2012
We explore the military science fiction sub-genre with Tor.com contributors and some of the subgenre's biggest authors.
October 24 2011
Tor.com is celebrating Halloween in 2011 by dedicated a whole week to classic (and then some) monsters!
April 26 2010
A week of celebrating Tove Jansson's adorable and adventurous Moomins
July 20 2009
A collection of over 30 of science fiction's greatest writers and figures reminisce about the day humanity landed on the moon. (a.k.a. Tor.com's first birthday)
November 15 2011
Fun with Muppets and a delving into Jim Henson's fascination with the science fiction and fantasy genres.
August 17 2011
From The Big Sleep to The Third Man, Kiss Me Deadly to Soylent Green, Shadow of a Doubt to Dark City, we make the most of our "And Related Subject" tagline
April 19 2010
Jo Walton works through her bookshelf to let you know where to start in the oeuvres of science fiction and fantasy authors.
November 11 2014
Celebrating notable figures in science fiction and fantasy on their birthdays.
July 7 2010
Tor.com guest bloggers and more celebrate the urban fantasy and paranormal romance genres.
May 26 2011
A very in-depth analysis of the first two books of The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss, encompassing The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man's Fear.
December 22 2011
A place for Tor Books Art Director Irene Gallo to (obsessively) explore a theme in drawings and paintings, pulling from all styles and eras.
June 11 2012
In preparation for the release of Brave, Tor.com watches all of Pixar's films!
April 3 2011
Tor.com celebrates National Poetry Month with poems by science fiction/fantasy authors.
October 12 2012
An interview series where authors are given 5 to 10 random questions. Hilarity is ensured!
January 21 2014
A column exploring post-binary gender (more than just female and male) in science fiction and fantasy.
June 14 2011
A celebration on Tor.com of all things Harry Potter, featuring book and movie reviews, essays and coverage leading up to the final film.
March 16 2010
Brit Mandelo examines queer themes and issues within science fiction and fantasy.
June 6 2011
Our Constant Reader (and big Stephen King fan) author Suzanne Johnson reads through The Dark Tower series for the first time.
March 10 2011
Leigh Butler reads through A Song of Ice and Fire for the first time.
June 28 2011
Tim Callahan introduces readers to the new DC Comics lineup following the 2011 relaunch.
October 20 2011
A rewatch of the creepy, complex X-Files, discussing select episodes, myth arcs, monsters of the week, and more.
May 19 2014
Tansy Rayner Roberts rereads Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts' Empire Trilogy.
March 1 2013
Jared Shurin digs into K.J. Parker's spiraling masterpiece The Folding Knife