It is with a heavy heart that I announce Isotropic Fiction will be going on hiatus for the foreseeable future. The key word here is hiatus. Know that we will be back. It is a question of when and not IF.
Chambers is an engaging writer with that rare golden ability to satirize with a straight face. He begins “In Search” almost believably, introducing the protagonist as a dedicated if somewhat dense science hero as he ventures north to locate a Great Auk.
It would be a pleasure to spend several thousand words writing about Le Guin’s contributions to feminism, literature, and genre writing, but much of this is available elsewhere on the internet. Instead of rehashing what’s been written about the author, check out “Orsinian Tales,” Le Guin’s 1976 collection of short stories.
From Dorothy and Toto to the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion, the characters of The Wizard of Oz are an indelible part of the western imagination. And judging by the warm reception enjoyed by Oz the Great and Powerful, James Franco’s Oz may soon be joining that cherished pantheon.
From Krampus to The Dead of Winter, some of the most anticipated e-books come out this week!
Four new fantasy titles to fill your fall evenings.
As the smell of art school students smoking cloves fills the city, it’s time to retire to your favorite café with a good book. Here are 21 titles published over the past week to enjoy while sipping that spiced cider.
From a daughter of the sword to fallen boys, a variety of fantasy comes to your e-reader this week. Found something you like? Let IF know.
Five fantasy titles covering everything from wild wizards to second chance soul collectors. IF wants to know what are you reading this weekend? Leave a note in the comments.
Can’t get away this weekend? Let a couple of these new titles transport you to fantastic realms.