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Gladiatorial Combat in The Hunger Games

by Juliette Harrisson

23 February 2015

Gladiatorial combat is a particular form of forced combat and invites parallels between the characters and the environment depicted and ancient Rome.

An interview with Julia Rios and Alisa Krasnostein

by Niall Harrison

26 January 2015

"The project grew and changed as we worked on it because in the end what we really cared about was putting together a collection of really good stories."

Fractal History: An Interview with Jo Walton

by Liz Bourke

26 January 2015

"Sometimes he's so insightful and brilliant, and sometimes he's barking mad, so that you can go from "Yes yes yes!" to "Oh Plato, no!" so fast you get whiplash. I find that tension very productive."

The Strange Horizons Book Club: Fire in the Unnameable Country

by Nandini Ramachandran, Ethan Robinson, Aishwarya Subramanian

22 December 2014

Islam’s debut novel tells of Hedayat, the "glossolalist" narrator born on a flying carpet in the skies above an obscure land whose leader has manufactured the ability to hear every unspoken utterance of the nation. He records the contents of his citizens’ minds onto tape reels for archival storage.

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