Book Review: The Space Between Worlds by Michaiah Johnson

The Space Between Worlds feels less like science fiction and more like a speculative fiction. The science fiction element was to pose questions rather than to be the focus. The characters are a wonderful reminder that we are all human, even the people capitalism leaves behind.

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Book Review: The Seep by Chana Porter

SFF/speculative fiction really shines when they are able to take a fantastical element (or a lot of them) and use it to really put a spotlight on humanity. The Seep does a fantastic job of that.

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Book Review: Livid Skies by Si Clarke

“We can have fully automated luxury gay space communism when we find a supply of unlimited resources – until then, we’ll have to make do with partially automated queer social liberalism.”

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