New sci-fi and science reads for November 2022

There’s lots of sci-fi and science to broaden our horizons this month with two new international sci-fi anthologies and a trip into the murky world of black holes and time itself. And we get to revel in the world of jet-setting super-spies with a Bond-related science read! Mathematical Intelligence: A Story of Human Superiority Over […]

New sci-fi and science reads for October 2022

October means cozy nights on the couch with a bowl of soup, a blanket, and a good book, or two, to hand. Let’s see which new books might tempt us this month, including a few that might be jostling for position on the “gifts for the sci-fi/science fan in your life” list. A Traveler’s Guide […]

New sci-fi and science reads for September 2022

September is a selection box of treats for sci-fi and science fans, with fantastic fiction, thought-provoking environmental science releases, and not forgetting the return of a certain Mr. deGrasse Tyson. Let’s dive in! The Skeptics’ Guide to the Future: What Yesterday’s Science and Science Fiction Tell Us About the World of the Future by Steven […]

New sci-fi and science reads for summer 2022

Need some suggestions for your holiday reads? I have you covered. Let’s celebrate summer with this stash of stupendous summer sci-fi and science picks! Nightmare Fuel: The Science of Horror Films by Nina NessethScience communicator and horror movie fan Nesseth dissects our enduring fascination with horror. Analyzing classics such as The Exorcist as well as […]

New sci-fi and science reads for April 2022

We’re now officially into spring reading season, so it’s time to welcome in a brand-new crop of sci-fi and science releases! Hidden in Plain Sight: The History, Science, and Engineering of Microfluidic Technology by Albert FolchFolch takes us under the microscope with an engaging overview and detailed images of the study of fluids at submillimeter […]

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 […]