By: Robert Wringham
Logic reigns supreme in Wonderland.
By: William Nericcio
The Faulkner or Joyce of Mexican-American Texas.
By: Erik Davis
A great novelist of high weirdness.
By: Suzanne Fischer
His YA novels fuse an erudite silliness with real menace.
Lights, camera, action suffuse the cadence of his sentences.
His was a nuts-and-bolts science fiction.
By: Amanda French
Who is your Jane Austen?
By: Mark Kingwell
Life lessons and manhood-tutorials.
A Victorian — but no apologist for Victorian values.
Her thought-provoking speculative fiction is also terrific literature.
By: Tor Aarestad
The mind and lived experience, interleaved!
By: Joshua Glenn
He defended artifice and imagination vs. the so-called “natural.”
By: Anthony Miller
One of the great Promethean spirits of the counterculture.
“The last relic of a beloved race.”
He wrote the best sf dystopia you’ve probably never read.