The Secret History of Moscow by Ekaterina Sedia Much praise has been attached to The Secret History of Moscow and I can understand why. Ekaterina Sedia weaves an enchanting story drawing from both Russian mythology and history. I’m not really familiar with Russian myth (or history for that matter) but that didn’t hindered me from […]Read More
SFF Author: Ekaterina Sedia
The Alchemy of Stone by Ekaterina Sedia CLASSIFICATION: With its intriguing blend of steampunk, gothic romance, political intrigue, and fairy tale spirit — not to mention metaphors on such real world issues as terrorism and racial discrimination — The Alchemy of Stone is like a bizarre, but captivating cross between Frankenstein, Pan’s Labyrinth, Katsuhiro Otomo’s […]Read More
Robert Thompson (RETIRED)´s rating: 4 | Ekaterina Sedia | Stand-Alone | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Sheila Williams, the editor of Asimov’s, says that the annual October/November issue is “slightly spooky.” There are a few frights in the magazine, as well as some solid science fiction, but overall, I was generally disappointed in this double issue. Alan Smale’s novella, “The Mongolian Book of the Dead,” was not one of the disappointments; […]Read More
Paper Cities by Ekaterina Sedia Bring up urban fantasy nowadays and most readers will probably assume that you’re talking about such authors as Laurell K. Hamilton, Jim Butcher, Simon R. Green, Kim Harrison, Charlaine Harris, Sherrilyn Kenyon and so on, but in this new anthology from Senses Five Press, which is edited by Ekaterina Sedia, […]Read More
Spicy Slipstream Stories edited by Nick Namatas & Jay Lake Slipstream, for me, is a type of fiction that is bizarre and confusing and defies expectations. That’s not a bad thing, mind you, but to quote a passage from the introduction of the book, “You don’t write slipstream, you read it.” And so it was […]Read More
Charles Tan (GUEST)´s rating: 3 | Carrie Vaughn, Ekaterina Sedia, Jay Lake, Lisa Mantchev, Nick Mamatas | Short Fiction | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Schemers by Robin D. Laws (editor) Schemers is a collection of short stories by an excellent list of authors: Jesse Bullington, Tobias Buckell, Ekaterina Sedia, Jonathan L. Howard, Nick Mamatas, Elizabeth A. Vaughan, Tania Hershman, Kyla Lee Ward, Robyn Seale, Laura Lush, Molly Tanzer, John Helfers, Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan, and Kathryn Kuitenbrouwer. These are stories of […]Read More
Justin Blazier´s rating: 4 | Ekaterina Sedia, Elizabeth Vaughan, Jesse Bullington, Jonathan L. Howard, Nick Mamatas, Tobias Buckell | Short Fiction | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
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