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Can you believe it… It’s 2016 already! And you know what that means, right? It’s time for another one of Fantasy-Faction’s most popular posts of the year: “Most Anticipated Fantasy Novels of 2016: Publishers’ Choice”. If you are new to Fantasy-Faction, the Publishers’ Choice article is where we spend a few weeks going to each Publishing […]
I don’t think 2015 was quite the year for cinema we were hoping. There were a number of SFF titles that didn’t quite live up to expectations and a few more that absolutely bombed. That said, it wasn’t all bad… there were a number of surprisingly deep, moving and powerful movies that bulk up this year’s […]
It’s getting harder and harder to be a well-read and up-to-date reviewer in fantasy these days. It’s also getting incredibly difficult to order the best of the year lists. I know that complaining that too many good books are being released probably isn’t an argument I will get much support for, but wow oh wow […]
2015 has been a wonderful year for me as the Editor of Fantasy-Faction. Thousands of you have been visiting the site on a daily basis and our team has been doing their absolute best to ensure a new article, interview or review is waiting for you each time you stop by. So, for today’s post, […]
On Saturday night, the winners of the 2015 Hugo Awards (and the not-a-Hugo John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer) were announced as part of the 73rd World Science Fiction Convention, in Spokane, Washington. Congratulations to all the winners for picking up one of the most prestigious awards in the genre world! Of course, […]
Tonight the winners of the 2015 Hugo Awards were announced, along with the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Congratulations to all the winners! And if you are interested in how close the race was this year, you can check out the voting stats here. Best Novel The Three Body Problem, Cixin Liu, Ken […]
Every year we take some time visiting and talking to SFF publishers about what their most anticipated novels for the year are. The idea is that the people working in the publishing houses are the ones who actually have laid their eyes on the manuscripts. In terms of the already popular authors they know whether […]