Android Dreamer is Evolving.

Android Dreamer is Evolving.

As of May 1st, Android Dreamer will be Hardcover Wonderland, and will be located conveniently at hardcoverwonderland.com. Why the change? Well, we realized that this name tied us down pretty firmly to talking about science fiction and fantasy, and we have been anxious for some time to find a way to branch out of a … Continue reading

New Paolo Bacigalupi Novel Available for Pre-Order

New Paolo Bacigalupi Novel Available for Pre-Order

Paolo Bacigalupi, the Hugo, Nebula, Locus, and Michael L. Printz Award winning author of The Windup Girl, Ship Breaker, and The Drowned Cities has a new young adult novel coming out. Entitled Zombie Baseball Beatdown, it is now available for pre-order on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and presumably, other online retailers. The attached description of … Continue reading

2013 Hugo Award Nominees Announced

2013 Hugo Award Nominees Announced

The nominees for this year’s Hugo Awards were announced today via the Hugo Award website and a small handful of science fiction conventions throughout the world. The Hugo Awards website also announced that they broke their previous record of nomination ballots by a substantial amount, with 1,343 ballots compared to last year’s 1,101. It is … Continue reading

Charles Stross – Saturn’s Children (2008) | Book Review

Charles Stross – Saturn’s Children (2008) | Book Review

Charles Stross is a name in science fiction that is relatively well-known. It doesn’t have quite the recognition of writers like China Mieville or Neil Gaiman, but it is fair to say that the vast majority of readers whose favorite literary genre is science fiction have at least heard of Stross, even if they haven’t … Continue reading

2012 Nebula Award Nominees Announced

2012 Nebula Award Nominees Announced

The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America have announced the nominees from 2012 Nebula Awards, the winners of which will be announced as a part of the Nebula Awards weekend, May 16th thru 19th. Unlike the Hugo Awards, which are voted on by any supporting member of that year’s World Science Fiction Convention, the … Continue reading

R.M. Prioleau – Firebrand (2012) | Book Review

R.M. Prioleau – Firebrand (2012) | Book Review

Ever since the whole Harry Potter multimedia empire began, stories about young wizards and various other magic-tinged fantasy novels have become a dime a dozen. Whereas previously just about every work of fantasy had been trying really hard to be the next Lord of the Rings, the trend in fantasy now is to try to … Continue reading