electra: Kirsten Dunst walks through Akiba (magical girl)
I reviewed the anthology Letters to Tiptree, edited by Alexandra Pierce and Alisa Krasnostein, for Strange Horizons. 2015 is the centennary of Tiptree's birth, and the anthology is well worth a read.
electra: the solar system spills out of a cracked egg (universe's shell)
I reviewed Michelle West's latest epic fantasy novel Oracle in this week's issue of Strange Horizons. The pull quote says something about why I think it's important to talk about these books, but I wouldn't say so unless I also thought they were excellent.
electra: Kirsten Dunst walks through Akiba (magical girl)
I reviewed the latest five volumes of Yoshinaga Fumi's epic alternate history manga Ôoku at Strange Horizons. I really recommend this manga to anyone interested in feminist speculative fiction: it's great.
electra: reading is for awesome people (under a rainbow) (reading rainbow)
I was too distracted by the tweets coming out of Sasquan to mention this in a timely fashion, but: my review of Marie Brennan's The Tropic of Serpents and Voyage of the Basilisk is up at Strange Horizons. I enjoyed the first book, but these two are even better, and I'm looking forward to the next one very much.
electra: Kirsten Dunst walks through Akiba (magical girl)
My review of Eat the Sky, Drink the Ocean is up at Strange Horizons. This is a really great, interesting, boundary-crossing anthology, and I definitely recommend it.
electra: Merlin jumps off a hill, watched by Arthur (leap of faith)
My review of Stranger and Hostage by Rachel Manija Brown and Sherwood Smith is up at Strange Horizons. In a word, I think these books are a great first half of a series.
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My review of The Highroad Trilogy (A Path of Stars, Revolution's Shore, The Price of Ransom) by Kate Elliott is up at SF Mistressworks.

I recently discovered this blog via Abigail Nussbaum's Hugo nomination posts; results of that process aside, the blog is a trove of reviews of SF by women, and I've quite enjoyed poking through its archives.
electra: reading is for awesome people (under a rainbow) (reading rainbow)
My review of Clariel by Garth Nix is now live at Strange Horizons.

I've been a committed Nix fan for 20 years, but after nearly 12 years with no Old Kingdom books, this one was worth the wait.

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