New sci-fi and science reads for March 2022

Are you done with winter? You and me both. Let’s discover some fresh, new reads for spring, featuring a few heavy hitters along with some lesser-known names, and a double dose of dinosaurs! The Insect Crisis: The Fall of the Tiny Empires That Run the World by Oliver MilmanInsects tend to be pretty low on […]

New sci-fi and science reads for February 2022

Welcome to February reads! Let’s fight our way through the hearts, teddy bears, and chocolate (okay, maybe we’ll stop for chocolate) and get to the important stuff–the new science and sci-fi releases out this month. The Genesis Machine: Our Quest to Rewrite Life in the Age of Synthetic Biology by Amy Webb & Andrew HesselSynthetic […]

New sci-fi and science reads for January 2022

Happy New Year! We made it to 2022! I hope you packed in plenty of good reading over the holiday and are feeling ready to build your TBR list for the year ahead. To get you started, here are my picks from January’s new science and sci-fi releases. Shattered Skies by John BirminghamAustralian author Birmingham […]

New sci-fi and science reads for November 2021

Think November is dreary and depressing? Has watching The Foundation left you in a black hole? Dune left sand in your shoes? Don’t despair! Here are some great new sci-fi and science reads to light up the long, dark evenings and revive your mood. Pick your favorite and start turning (or swiping) those pages now! […]

New sci-fi and science reads for October 2021

It’s a slightly slimmed down selection this month after the glut of new releases in September, but no less exciting! Read on to discover my picks from October’s new sci-fi and science books. Thinking Better: The Art of the Shortcut in Math and Life by Marcus du SautoyDu Sautoy, a professor for the Public Understanding […]

New sci-fi and science reads for September 2021

Hope you had a great summer and are feeling in peak condition to begin priming your to-read list for the fall season. This month sees the release of a special new edition of Leviathan Wakes, to mark its ten-year anniversary. But if you’re already up-to- date on your Expanse reading, don’t despair. The conclusion to […]