Litstack Recs | The Clothing of Books & Remote Control

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The Clothing of Books, by Jhumpa Lahiri “How do you clothe a book?” is the how this small, but powerful volume begins. For a writer whose stories are as personal and complex as Jhumpa Lahiri’s, a cover’s design presents a different set of questions. The Clothing of Books began as […]

2016 Hugo Award Winners Announced

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The 2016 World Science Fiction convention was held in Kansas City, Missouri this weekend during MidAmeriCon II, and was highlighted by the announcement of the winners of the 2016 Hugo Awards.  The Hugo Awards are one of the most prestigious awards for fantasy, speculative and science fiction works, and winning […]

Celebrating Black History Month: LitStack Review – Who Fears Death by Nnedi Okorafor

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Who Fears Death Nnedi Okorafor DAW Trade ISBN-10:0756406692 —♦— In doing research on Black/African-American Science Fiction authors, one name kept popping up – Nnedi Okorafor. I was excited to read Okorafor’s novel Who Fears Death because I had heard many positive comments about the novel. I was not disappointed. Okorafor’s […]