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The literature of the Anthropocene: A genre called Cli-Fi

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Today cranked up to 12: An overview of the near-future novel, Bandwidth and a Q&A with the author, Eliot Peper

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‘Comics fans in India are exceptional’: A Q&A with Ram V, writer of Aghori, Batman, Paradiso and more

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Anthea Bell – Illusionist par excellence and PUNdit extraordinaire

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Dive into great SF/F short stories with LeVar Burton (Reads)

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Unambiguously good: A review of Vandana Singh’s Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories

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The (re)discovery of Cordwainer Smith, the shaper of myths

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When corporations rule the world: A review of Max Barry’s Jennifer Government

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Twelve Tomorrows: Forays into the future with science fiction that takes science seriously

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‘Combined weight of all the new surveillance technologies heading our way is a recipe for disaster, beyond Orwell’s wildest nightmares’

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Descender: An enthralling space odyssey with lots of heart and adventure

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What if girls had the power to rule world, and did: A review of The Power by Naomi Alderman

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John Brunner’s The Shockwave Rider: A sci-fi classic from the past, whose future we live in

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Ken Liu’s The Paper Menagerie isn’t just for readers of SF, here’s why

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Of decaying dreams & the mundanely mysterious: The eerie irresistible sci-fi art of Simon Stålenhag’s Tales From The Loop

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Classics that belong on every bookshelf: The New Worlds Weekly Recap (The Reviews Edition)

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Insights, Illumination & More: The New Worlds Weekly Recap (The Interviews Edition)

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‘We’re Winning the War’: A Q&A with SF writer, critic and historian, Adam Roberts

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When Amitabh Bachchan was a bona fide, costumed superhero

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Ticking all the right boxes: A review of Gareth L. Powell’s Embers of War