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Professor Rachel Armstrong Joins Improbable Botany

Professor Rachel Armstrong Joins Improbable Botany

Professor Rachel Armstrong joins the Improbable Botany team! Read More »

Improbable Interviews – Cherith Baldry

Improbable Interviews – Cherith Baldry

An interview with Cherith Baldry, one of the contributors to the anthology Improbable Botany. Read More »

Improbable Interviews – Adam Roberts

Improbable Interviews – Adam Roberts

I have recently edited a new anthology of science fiction and fantasy stories about fantastical flora. The book, Improbable Botany, features authors who between them have won the Arthur C Clarke, British Science Fiction Association, John W. Camp... Read More »

cover of Improbable Botany

Improbable Botany art preview

A preview of the art by Jonathan Burton Read More »

Improbable Interviews – Ken MacLeod

Improbable Interviews – Ken MacLeod

Ken Macleod interviewed about his contribution to Improbable Botany Read More »

Review: The Baba Yaga by Eric Brown and Una McCormack

Review: The Baba Yaga by Eric Brown and Una McCormack

Weird Space: Baba Yaga by Eric Brown and Una McCormack is a fast paced space opera filled with colorful characters, intense suspense, and thought provoking drama. Read More »

Review: Paradox, edited by Ian Whates

Review: Paradox, edited by Ian Whates

Paradox, edited by Ian Whates and published by Newcon Press, is a collection of new stories exploring aspects of the Fermi Paradox. It features stories by Rachel Armstrong, Keith Brooke & Eric Brown, Pat Cadigan, David L. Clements, Paul Cornell, ... Read More »

Review: Jani and the Greater Game by Eric Brown

Review: Jani and the Greater Game by Eric Brown

Eric Brown takes us on steampunk adventure through India at the time of the Raj. The year is 1925, and history has taken an alternate course. Read More »

Self-publishing Competitions: Leave Your Elves At Home

Self-publishing Competitions: Leave Your Elves At Home

The enormous media interest in self-publishing has been fired by the breakthrough success of Wool by Hugh Howey, so SF is leading the way in this field. It's strange therefore to hear the Guardian's flamboyant Books section editor Claire Armistead wa... Read More »

Review – The Kings of Eternity by Eric Brown

Review – The Kings of Eternity by Eric Brown

The Kings of Eternity is a novel with one foot happily in the mainstream and one in genre. As such it is a book which may baffle those who don’t 'get it'; a novel written unapologetically for those of us who have grown-up with genre fiction but have ... Read More »

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