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A rare, hand-written short story set several years before the events of Harry Potter has been stolen, and author J.J. Rowling is asking the public to help recover it and catch the thief.
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… which means it’s stranger than anything stranger than fiction.
Having trouble keeping up with all the science fiction and fantasy book releases each month? Swapna can help with our monthly Fangrrls science fiction and fantasy novel preview.
I’ve always liked Mulder and Scully. But I may like them as kiddies even better.
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Pullman will further the adventures of Lyra Belacqua in a new trilogy.
The comic book scouts will be adventuring in a whole new medium.
We dig into L. Frank Baum's classic novels to see what may be ahead for the new NBC show.
We’ve entered the long wait for a potential new season of The X-Files, but in the meantime, we’ll have two brand new tie-in novels to keep us busy. The twist? It’ll follow teenage Mulder and Scully. So, how does that work?
Modern books that were adapted into movies and TV shows may not be the most valuable first-edition books, but they're some of the ones that purveyors of rare books get asked about the most.
Check out 9 YA titles that offer a perspective on the world that we didn’t previously consider.
The future seen in the Terran Trade Authority universe was a striking, at some times bizarre glimpse into an alternate human timeline.
Despite his tragic death in 2008, the man behind such sci-fi classics as Jurassic Park and The Andromeda Strain has left behind (at least) one more manuscript: Dragon Teeth.