In the graphic novel "Revolver," Matt Kindt gives us an unlikely duo on the run in an apocalyptic America.
The anthology "The Secret History of Science Fiction" contains many gems - including an early story by novelist Don DeLillo.
Laura Kasischke's 'In a Perfect World' presents an end-of-the-world scenario that is apocalyptic in every way -- and also full of surprises.
Stories soar to imaginative heights and into unexpected dimensions in 'Real Unreal: Best American Fantasy, Volume 3.'
Lise Haines' 'Girl in the Arena' follows an engaging teen narrator in a world where mass entertainment centers on deadly gladiator battles.
How RPGs -- role-playing games -- have much in common with fiction, as the stories of 'Gamer Fantastic' attest.
Bloomsbury Group's new Ex Libris line features Wolf Mankowitz's wondrous 'A Kid for Two Farthings.'
1Comfortably over a thousand pages, "The Complete Stories of J.G. Ballard" "The Complete Stories of J.G. Ballard" (Norton: 1,216 pp., $35) isn't just a doorstop but the door itself, a portal to the worlds that Ballard (who died this year) hatched in his fictions. In the relentless consumer...
In his consideration of two volumes of American horror stories, our columnist finds that quotes take on a life of their own.
Douglas Adams' 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy' continues with another author -- and can't quite measure up to the original.