Roses Are Red and Socialism Is, Too: Review of Orwell’s Roses by Rebecca Solnit

Roses Are Red and Socialism Is, Too: Review of Orwell's Roses by Rebecca Solnit Sébastien Doubinsky Under Review: Orwell's Roses. By Rebecca Solnit. Viking, October 19, 2021. Rebecca Solnit is a well-known and respected writer and essayist who focuses on topics such as feminism, the environment, and human rights. As the title clearly indicates, her … Continue reading Roses Are Red and Socialism Is, Too: Review of Orwell’s Roses by Rebecca Solnit

The SFF Librarian Reviews: Appleseed by Matt Bell

SFF Librarian Reviews Jeremy Brett As a voracious reader, and as someone for whom science fiction and fantasy are part of my daily job as a science fiction librarian, I come across a lot of wonderful work in these genres. I love bringing to the attention of interested readers books and authors that bring me … Continue reading The SFF Librarian Reviews: Appleseed by Matt Bell

Queer Moon Rising / Selling Out and Coming Out in Teen Wolf (1985)

Selling Out and Coming Out in Teen Wolf (1985) Marisa Mercurio Content warning: This article discusses homophobic language used in Teen Wolf (1985). A couple years ago, when I started to mull over the queerness rife within werewolf media, I sat down to watch Teen Wolf (1985) for the first time since childhood. Between Marty … Continue reading Queer Moon Rising / Selling Out and Coming Out in Teen Wolf (1985)

The SFF Librarian Reviews: The All-Consuming World by Cassandra Khaw

SFF Librarian Reviews Jeremy Brett As a voracious reader, and as someone for whom science fiction and fantasy are part of my daily job as a science fiction librarian, I come across a lot of wonderful work in these genres. I love bringing to the attention of interested readers books and authors that bring me … Continue reading The SFF Librarian Reviews: The All-Consuming World by Cassandra Khaw

Eating Culture: A Review of Sifton Tracey Anipare’s Yume

Eating Culture: A Review of Sifton Tracey Anipare’s Yume Shinjini Dey Under Review: Yume. By Sifton Tracey Anipare. Rare Machine Books, October 12, 2021. Sifton Tracey Anipare’s Yume is enveloped in a colourful haze. It is an odd novel, coupling the monotony of alienation with the curiosities of popular culture without quite delving deep into … Continue reading Eating Culture: A Review of Sifton Tracey Anipare’s Yume

Into the Blue Again: Postmillennial Dissolution, Academic Remnants, and Sarah Wasserman’s The Death of Things

Into the Blue Again: Postmillennial Dissolution, Academic Remnants, and Sarah Wasserman’s The Death of Things Rachele Dini Under Review: The Death of Things. By Sarah Wasserman. University of Minnesota Press, October 2020. In early June 2021, the London School of Economics blog published a piece by British sociologist David Beer titled “In Defence of Writing … Continue reading Into the Blue Again: Postmillennial Dissolution, Academic Remnants, and Sarah Wasserman’s The Death of Things

The SFF Librarian Reviews: The Past Is Red by Catherynne M. Valente

SFF Librarian Reviews Jeremy Brett As a voracious reader, and as someone for whom science fiction and fantasy are part of my daily job as a science fiction librarian, I come across a lot of wonderful work in these genres. I love bringing to the attention of interested readers books and authors that bring me … Continue reading The SFF Librarian Reviews: The Past Is Red by Catherynne M. Valente

The Many Roads to Revolution: Review of Paperclip by Seb Doubinsky

The Many Roads to Revolution: Review of Paperclip by Seb Doubinsky Franco Romero Under Review: Paperclip. By Seb Doubinsky. Meerkat Press, August 2021. Is a revolution possible for a population that is increasingly isolated, lonely, and confused? If a population cannot see itself as a collective, what will fill that void? Even if a mass … Continue reading The Many Roads to Revolution: Review of Paperclip by Seb Doubinsky

The Tangible and Ephemeral Intimacies of Climate Fiction: Review of The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed

The Tangible and Ephemeral Intimacies of Climate Fiction: Review of The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed Selena Middleton and Kristen Shaw Under Review: The Annual Migration of Clouds. By Premee Mohamed. ECW Press, September 28, 2021. Premee Mohamed's The Annual Migration of Clouds (a novella released this September from the Canadian ECW Press) … Continue reading The Tangible and Ephemeral Intimacies of Climate Fiction: Review of The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed

The SFF Librarian Reviews: Black Water Sister by Zen Cho

SFF Librarian Reviews Jeremy Brett As a voracious reader, and as someone for whom science fiction and fantasy are part of my daily job as a science fiction librarian, I come across a lot of wonderful work in these genres. I love bringing to the attention of interested readers books and authors that bring me … Continue reading The SFF Librarian Reviews: Black Water Sister by Zen Cho