Link Feast vol 66. – The Best Writing and Book Marketing Advice


Harnessing Your Passion to Strengthen Your Stories by Chris Winkle

On Writing

Reading Challenge: Overcome the Algorithms by Jami Gold

Making Time to Write by Elaine Viets

Stretch Your Style by James Scott Bell

Writing a Genre That’s New to You by Greer Mcallister

12 Things to Do When the Words Just Won’t Come by 

How to Write Faster by Shaelin Bishop

What the Last Jedi [movie] Can Teach You About Writing by Eric Pierce

Rolling the Dice: 5 Ways D&D and “Critical Role” Made Me a Better Storyteller by Angela Mitchell

Five Promises You Make to the Reader by Shannon Dittemore

Where Do Character Strengths Come From by Becca Puglisi 

How Can We Make Our Protagonist More Proactive by Jami Gold

Let Your Characters Tell the Story by Eldred “Bob” Bird

Ten Easy Jokes For Your Dialogue by Chris Winkle

To Absent Friends by Dave King (how to balance multiple characters’ point of views into the plot)

How to Tell a Story Within a Story by Oren Ashkenazi

Hopepunk is all about weaponized optimism by Aja Romano

N.K. Jemisin’s Dream Worlds by Raffi Khatchadourian (an interview with the fantasy writer who has won 3 Hugo Awards in row, the only one ever to do so)

On Writing Book Series & World Building for Book Series

Why Writing In a Series Will Make You More Money As a Writer by Joanna Penn

Choosing a Follow Up Strategy For a Popular Story by Bunny at Mythcreants

Six Common Problems With Long Series by Oren Ashkenazi

Six Tips For Sequels by Oren Ashkenazi

Seven Signs a Sequel Will Be Bad by Oren Ashkenazi

Five Ridiculous Organizations From Popular Stories by Oren Ashkenazi (this is a common issue in series if the same organization remains the villain for longer than one season / over many books)

How to Build a World For Anthology Stories by Oren Ashkenazi

Book Publishing & The Writing Community

Business Musings: Fear and Publishing by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (What expectations are barriers to you self-publishing your book? Might some of them be myths?)

The Decline of Mainstream Fiction by Anne R. Allen

Business Musings: The Future of Audio 2019 by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

The RWA Implosion: How Could the Problems Be Fixed by Jami Gold

Lack of DEI and the RITAs by Kharma Kelley (how RWA ended up here)

Book Marketing

Don’t Advertise, PADvertise: Catch Readers With Their Pants Down by Kristen Lamb

No one knows what will work by Dan Blank

Business Musings: Book Birth Days by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (the Myth of a Book Launch making or breaking a book)

5 Adjectives That Don’t Sell a Book To Me by Nicola Alter

5 Adjectives That Sell a Book To Me by Nicola Alter

7 Expert Tricks to Improve Your Author Newsletter by David Gaughran

Things That Happen When You Stop Chasing Social Media by Alythia Brown

How to Market a Book on Amazon: 7 Easy Steps by Penny Sansevieri

Deep Stuff

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Orgasm by Mary Roach (TED Talk)

We Expect Too Much From Our Romantic Partners by Olga Khazan

How to help a friend through a tough time, according to a clinical psychologist by Kathryn Gordon

Three Theories For Why You Have No Time by Derek Thompson

Fun Stuff

The Best “Toss a Coin To Your Witcher” Song Covers by Zoe Rosensweig

40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World by The Shifter

Clever Life Hacks to Simplify Your World by The Shifter

The 25 Most Anticipated Science Fiction & Fantasy Books of 2020 by Stubby the Rocket

Movies We’re Looking Forward to in 2020 by Stubby the Rocket

Link Feast vol. 65 – Writing & Book Marketing Tips


Episode 80: Workshop: Setting Writing Goals for the New Year by Holly Lisle and Rebecca Galardo

(The episode is over an hour long so you might not have time to listen to it right now. In that case, take a look at the worksheet. You can grog it even without listening to the episode. The episode is really worth listening too.)

The link to the worksheet (click) 

On Writing

Writer Resolution 2020: Write With a Knife to Your Black, the Cliff’s Edge at Your Feet by Chuck Wendig

Happy New Year! Welcome to a Blank Page by Jami Gold

Five Tactics to Battle Impostor Syndrome by Helen J. Darling

Un-Con Redux: Operation Phoenix by Donald Maass (how to reinvent yourself as a writer)

Pre-Publishing: Developing the 5 P’s by Janet Grant

Business Musings: Habits (A Process Blog) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (how our false beliefs and invisible scripts about our capabilities can limit us)

What Can Our Reading Choices Tell About Our Writing by Jami Gold

How I Went From Writing 2,000 Words a Day to 10,000 Words a Day by Rachel Aaron

How to Develop High Concept Book Ideas to Find More Success With Your Writing by Robert Lee Brewer

Six Ways to Add Novelty to Your Story by Chris Winkle

How to Choose the Right Antagonist For Any Type of Story by K.M. Weiland

Rian Johnson’s Looper and the Art of the Supervillain by Leah Schnelbach

SFF Needs More Incompetent Autocrats By James Davis Nicholl

The Best Employees Are Not the Agreeable Ones, According to Adam Grant by Oliver Staley (Is your character a giver or a taker? Is he/she agreeable or disagreeable?)

How to Navigate Editorial Feedback and Revise Your WIP by Tiffany Yates Martin

The Craft of the Short Story by Anthea Lawson Sharp

12 Lessons Learned From Writing Short by John Peragine

On Tackling Controversial Topics

Why Social Justice Is Intrinsic to Storytelling by Chris Winkle

Five Tips For Telling Stories of Resistance by Oren Ashkenazi

Sex Rape Tropes and How to Replace Them by Chris Winkle

Understanding Appropriative Worldbuilding by Chris Winkle

Six Tips For Taking Inspiration From History by Oren Ashkenazi

Publishing Paths & Book Marketing

What Path Should a Writer Take in 2020 by James Scott Bell

The Key to Long Term Success As a Writer With Kevin J. Anderson by Joanna Penn

Be the Gateway by Dan Blank

Are You Working On the Right Thing? By Tim Grahl

How to Promote Your Book Before It’s Published by Julia Hansen

Which Paid Marketing Works (and Doesn’t Work) For Books by Rachel Aaron

The Writing World

Why Does the RWA (Romance Writers of America) Implosion Matter to All Writers by Jami Gold

Where Does RWA Go From Here? By Sarah at Smart Bitches Trashy Books (she asks the important question of who the organization really serves)

Romance Wranglers of America by Chuck Tingle (a humorous take on the RWA mess):

Deep Stuff

How to Recover From Reader’s Block by James Davis Nicoll (a serious problem in my books)

Glass half full: how I learned to be an optimist in a week by Tim Dowling

The Lie of Little Women by Sophie Gilbert (the real life of Louisa May Alcott, what she really thought of this book, also stuff about the movie adaptations)

How to Break Up With Your Bad Habits by Judson Brewer

Fun Stuff

Hot Dudes Reading at Instagram

No easy mark: Female bodybuilder, 82, clobbers intruder ( crime news)

7 Quirky and Whimsical Books Like Good Omens by Andy Winder

16 Fantasy Authors Like Neil Gaiman by Annika Barranti Klein Reviewers’ Choice: The Best Books of 2019

Some of Our Favourite Movies of 2019 by Stubby the Rocket

26 Nerdy Things That Brought Us Joy in 2019 by Stubby the Rocket

10 Great Monsters of the Week Episodes From Buffy the Vampire Slayer by Kiersten White

(Almost) Every Sci-Fi/Fantasy Movie Adaptation In the Works Right Now by Stubby the Rocket 

(I was most excited about Kushiel’s Dart fantasy series being optioned. Holding my fingers crossed that it will end up in the screen as a movie or in the TV. Is there a book you want to see as a movie or TV series? Do share in the comments.)

Link Feast vol 64 – Helpful Writing Tips


If You Have Time For Only One Link

How to Know Which Parts of Your Story Readers Will Like Best (It Isn’t Always What You Think) by K.M. Weiland

On Writing Partners, Teams and Big Casts

How to Create Powerful Character Combos by Chris Winkle

18 Ways for Protagonists to Contribute by Chris Winkle

Five Underused Character Archetypes by Chris Winkle

Head, Heart, Gut (aka How to Create a Polarized Ensemble) – a collection of posts by Matt Bird, really worth checking out

Creating a Polarized Ensemble, Part 1: The Pros and Cons of Polarization by Matt Bird (the first post of the series)

On Writing

What Keeps You From Success? Are You a Prisoner of Unexamined Beliefs? by Anne R. Allen

How to Find Your Writing Purpose by Leanne Sowul

Resistance Wakes Up With Me by Steven Pressfield

Writing Tips: 6 Ways to Give Perfectionism the Boot by T. Thorn Coyle

A Prayer to the Muse by Steven Pressfield

For National Novel Writing Month, Two Vital Reminders by Chuck Wendig

3 Ways to Keep Writing When Times Are Tough by Chandler Bolt

When Your Writing Dreams Change by Julie Glover

The Benefits of Writing a Novel “Just For Fun” by Janice Hardy

How to Build a Long Term Writing Career by James Scott Bell

NaNoWriMo is coming… Are You Ready? By Jami Gold (how much do we need to prep for NaNo + resource links)

How Predictable Should a Story Be? By Chris Winkle

Five Archetypes That Can Steal the Hero’s Spotlight by Oren Ashkenazi

The Villain Has No Empathy by Steven Pressfield

The Villain Never Says He’s Sorry by Steven Pressfied

Six Ways to Make Your Villains Likable by Chris Winkle (what if the villain said he’s sorry. Or is he just sorry [not sorry]…)

Scene Layering With an Example by Rebecca Zanetti

Wow Your Fantasy Reader – 10 Tips For Writing Wonder by Yours Truly

Representing People of Color in Fantasy When Their Country/Continent Doesn’t Exist by Mod Lesya

10 Steps to Writing a Novella by Delilah S. Dawson

Book Marketing

Do I Need a Platform and If So, How High? by Anne Greenwood Brown

Book Blog Reviews and Bookstagram: How Influencers Help Authors Reach Agents, Publishers and Readers by Julie Valerie

Authors! Refresh, Rehab, Repair and Renovate: How to Rejuvenate Your Backlist by Ruth Harris

Deep Stuff

We Are the Weirdos, Mister: Power, Rage and Teenage Witches by Kate Racculia

If You Master This Listening Technique, You’ll Hear What People Don’t Say Out Loud by Cathy Salit

Fun Stuff

Episode 70: 2nd Annual Halloween Special Listener Edition – Part One (30 Halloween themed 500 word Flash Fiction stories read out loud)

Episode 71: 2nd Annual Halloween Special Listener Edition – Part Two (30 more Halloween themed 500 word Flash Fiction stories read out loud. My story, The Midnight Gamble, is read starting at 2:02:17)

Why I’m a horrible person by Ristay (a hilarious webcomic)

All the New Fantasy Books Coming Out in November at

All the New YA SFF Books Coming Out in November at

November’s New Releases by Amanda at Smart Bitches, Trashy Books (mostly romance book recs)

Link Feast vol 63 – Writing Links


Cersei, Voldemort, Hannibal Lecter, Saruman, Joker… We love to hate a good villain. 

Since it’s almost Halloween, this Link Feast has a special section about writing villains and monsters. 

Drop a comment below and share who are your favourite bad guys and critters from books, films and TV.

If You Have Time For Only One Link

The Bodies of the Girls Who Made Me: On Fanfic and Storytelling by Seanan McGuire 

On Writing Villains & Monsters

The Brain Behind the Story: The Big Boss Troublemaker (BBT) by Kristen Lamb

Scaredy-Pants! 4 Breeches – er – BREACHES That Elicit Fear in Your Characters by Bonnie Randall

Five Tropes That Make a Villain Look Incompetent by Oren Ashkenazi

How to Plot a Mystery, Part 5: Figure Out What Went Wrong by Matt Bird

Storyteller’s Rulebook: The Mastermind Exception by Matt Bird

When to Narrate a Villain’s Point of View by Chris Winkle

Writing Monsters: What Makes a Monster Scary? by Philip Athans

5 Frankenstein Inspired Stories That Recontextualize the Monster by Natalie Zutter

The Evolution of Dragons in Western Literature: A History by Yvonne Shiau

On Writing

Author Mindset: 4 Practices For Overcoming Self-Doubt by Philip Kenney

Writing Boldly, Without Fear by Heather Webb

Writers: How to Ditch Distraction and Focus by Rochelle Melander

The Books That Get People Talking by Kathleen McCleary

Confession of a Lapsed Reader by Sarah McCoy

How Is Our Protagonist Challenged to Improve? (& a Worksheet) by Jami Gold

Analysis: Carnival Row Shows Us the Damage a Reveal Can Do by Chris Winkle

Five Reasons Stories Have Slow Openings and How to Fix Them by Oren Ashkenazi

Romance Beats vs. 12 Stages of Intimacy by Jami Gold

How to Describe Your Main Character by James Scott Bell

Seven Common Causes of Reader Confusion by Chris Winkle

How to Train Your Editor Brain by Tiffany Yates Martin

Professional Romance Novelists Can Write 3000 Words a Day. Here’s How They Do It by Thu-Huong Ha

Caveat 1: Writing is a marathon, not a sprint. If you just bought your first running shoes, you should not compare your output to authors who have been at it for years. Set a writing goal you can fairly easily beat so you are always writing to success. When hitting that goal gets easy, slowly increase your aim.

Caveat 2: Romance novels tend to have very clear story beats and structures. If you are writing something longer and a genre not so clearly defined, do expect more meandering and need to pause and figure out where your story is going.

Caveat 3: Many of the most recent super productive self-pub wonders reach their astonishing word counts by dictating their stories instead of writing them.

How Publishing Business Works, Being a Business-Minded Author & Book Marketing

Current Trends in Book Publishing by Jane Friedman

Business Musings: The Three Kinds of Writers (Rethinking the Writing Business Part 14) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Business Musings: But I Can’t Afford…. (Rethinking the Writing Business Part 15) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

(How to make sure your author business stays healthy, and to not overspend on business ventures that you don’t crucially need. How to analyse the costs and benefits.)

From Indie Author to Creative Empire With Michael Anderle by Joanna Penn

(Michael has been doing for years the kind of licensing Kris Rusch is talking about in her blog series)

He Has Come to Solve Your Plot Problems by James Scott Bell (now here’s how you puff your own book in an entertaining way)

Influencer Outreach 101: How to Get Other People to Promote Your Book by Tim Grahl

Deep Stuff

How to Automate a Habit and Never Think About It Again by James Clear

These Poverty Fighting Startups Are Slaying Silicon Valley’s Sacred Cows by Ciara Byrne

Japan’s most remote onsen (hot spring) by Lily Crossley-Baxter

Fun Stuff

The Rec League: Books For Your Inner Goth by Smart Bitches, Trashy Books

Beyond Frankenstein: 7 Contemporary Monster Books Written by Women by Mallory O’Meara

Link Feast, vol 61 – A Buffet of Juicy Writing Advice


The Anti-Arc by Donald Maass

On Writing

Writing’s Secret Formula: How to Write Stories That Matter by Daryl Rothman

Business Musings: Expect Failure by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (You fail by not trying and failing. We fail forward to success, and learn along the way)

In Six Words, These Writers Tell You an Entire Story by Sara Roncero-Menendez

How Do You Visualize Stories by Emily Asher-Perrin

A Practical Way to Overcome Imposter Syndrome by Darious Foroux

A Pessimist’s Collection of (Inspiring) Writing Quotes by Julie Glover

Displeasure Reading by Dave King

Narratology, Or Why We Need Stories to Make Sense by Arkady Martine (a bit academic but has an important message that explains why people have wildly different beliefs that fit their personal experiences and world views)

How to Develop High-Concept Book Ideas to Find More Success With Your Writing by Robert Lee Brewer

Write Better: The 7 Qualities of High Concept Stories by Jeff Lyons

The Making of a Hero or Heroine by Donald Maass

Characters: Audiences Read Stories, but Great Stories Read the Audience by Kristen Lamb

Motive: The Key to Writing Stories Readers Can’t Put Down by Kristen Lamb

Why Your Character (And You) Should Be Expert In Something by Alyssa Hollingsworth

Are You the One? Exploring the Chosen One Trope in SFF by Katy Rose Pool

9 Characters I Love Because They Are Hurting (And So Am I) by Emily Asher-Perrin

The Good Guy/Bad Guy Myth by Catherine Nichols

When the Ends Justify the Means: Five Villains Who See Themselves as Heroes by Jeff Lyons

Finding Your Story’s Theme by Jenny Hansen

Fate Versus Free-Will: Using Theme to Leverage Revision by Vaughn Roycroft

The Challenge of Sensational Story Openings by Peter Selgin

Don’t Be Afraid to Go There In Your Writing by James Scott Bell

Maybe No One Will Notice by Julie Carrick Dalton

“Showing” Through Exposition: A Study by Kathryn Craft

Effective Repetition In Writing As Demonstrated by A Song of Fire and Ice by Gavin Hurley

How and Why I Use Online Alpha Readers While Writing Novels by Mary Robinette Kowal (She shares her super simple ABCD feedback format)

How to Give Useful Criticism by Jim Dempsey

Tolkien’s Elves: Married with Eldar Children by Jeff LaSala (explores one aspect of the culture building of THE master, Tolkien)

Could Multimedia Storytelling Work For You? by Anna Thu Nguyenova (shorter format, especially works for YA audiences)

Book Marketing & Your Publishing Path

The Business Rusch: What Is Discoverability? by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

The Business Rusch: Word of Mouth by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

The Business Rusch: The Helpful Reader (Discoverability 2) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (more advice about Word of Mouth)

The Business Rusch: Marketing and Readers by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (the different kind of reader types)

The Business Rusch: Surprise! by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (and how it relates to discoverability and book marketing)

The Business Rusch:  What Kind of Writer Are You? by Kristine Kathryn Rusch (and how does this affect your marketing)

The Business Rusch: Branding (Discoverability 6) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

I Hate Self-Promotion by Tim Grahl

How to Be a Professional Author And Not Die Screaming and Starving In a Lightless Abyss by Chuck Wendig (Survival guide for a Traditionally Published Author and how the biz works)

Here’s the Pitch – It’s a Hit! Crafting Your Novel’s Pitch Line by Janice Hardy

(Even if you self-publish, this is handy knowledge. You can use the pitch as your back cover blurb. And when you have a pitchline, you never draw a blank and give a boring or rambling answer when someone asks you what your book is about)

How Literary Agents Agree and Differ: Lessons From the Annual Writer’s Digest Conference by Robert Lee Brewer

How to Write Successful Query Letters For Any Genre of Writing by Robert Lee Brewer

How to Hook a Literary Agent to Represent Your Writing and Get Published by Robert Lee Brewer

Evan Winter Explains How His Self-Published Book Was Picked Up by Orbit Books by Stubby the Rocket

Writers on Show: Publicity and the Introvert by Juliet Marillier

Deep Stuff

The Problem With the Hack Culture by Brad Stulberg

“It’s not that some of these ideas aren’t important. Diets. Routines. Habits. Exercises. They all matter, but the context is what we miss. We are seeking the silver bullet when the reality is we need to nail the basics before we even consider the final 2 percent.”

“The only shortcut is hacking it every day.”  -Ryan Holiday

The Scientist Persuading Terrorists to Spill Their Secrets by Ian Leslie

(Rapport is the key. Put your own ego aside. A must read for every mystery writer, gives great insight on how police interviews really work. A useful read for anyone on how to get your message through in a conversation with a person you really disagree with… like your teenager who comes home late)

Fun Stuff

“That’s My Secret Cap. I’m Always Angry” Why I Love Prickly Heroines by Adele Buck

Dive Into October’s Harvest of New Sci-fi and Fantasy Books by Cheryl Eddy

The Crack Squad of Librarians Who Track Down Half Forgotten Books by Jessica Leigh Hester

Link Feast vol. 59

Welcome to Link Feast. Hopefully this week’s offering nourishes your mind and endless curiosity. Next Link Feast shall be posted on Sunday 26th of May (in 3 weeks).


If You Have Time For Only One Thing


Business Musings: Critical Voice by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Business Musings: Critical Voice


On Writing


Business Musings: Fun by Kristine Kathryn Rusch


Look After Yourself: Self-Care For Writers by Ellen Bard

Look After Yourself: Self Care For Writers


Writing Prompts: Helpful? Or a Waste of Time? by Savannah Gordova


Revise vs. Start New: Which Is Better For the Learning Curve by Jami Gold

Revise vs. Start New: Which Is Better When We’re Stuck?


50 Romance Plot Ideas by Bryn Donovan

50 Romance Plot Ideas!


Hobbies For Romance Heroines by Laura Diaz de Arce


Writing Realistic Teenagers in YA by Jodi Turchin


How to Write a Travel Story by Chris Winkle

How to Write a Travel Story


Six Types of Turning Points For Climaxes by Chris Winkle

Six Types of Turning Points for Climaxes


Five Tricks to Invigorate Your Ending by Chris Winkle


The Legacy of Character in Avenger’s Endgame by Chuck Wendig (beware the spoilers if you haven’t seen the movie yet)

The Legacy Of Character in Avengers: Endgame


6 Tips on Making Similar Scenes Feel Different by Janice Hardy


Let’s Talk About Sex Scenes in Fiction, Baby by Dana Staves


How to Pitch Your Book For TV and Film with DJ Williams by Joanna Penn

How To Pitch Your Book For TV and Film With DJ Williams


Ritas So White… Again by Jessica Pryde (Ritas are the yearly Romance genre Awards)


On Writing Flash Fiction (500 -1500 word long short stories)


Why write flash fiction?


  • You can practice quickly beginnings, middles and endings – lots of them and different variations
  • You can test story ideas, different styles, genres and voices
  • You learn how to write lean and to edit ruthlessly
  • You can put together an anthology of short stories fast (and self-publish it)
  • Flash fiction is fun content to share with your readers on your blog or newsletter


13 Tips For Writing Flash Fiction by Denise Ganley


21 Flash Fiction Stories to Read While You Wait Anywhere by Corin Balkovek


Words in your pocket: How to write flash fiction by David Gaffney


3 Things You Need to Know to Write Great Flash Fiction by Ben Wolf


How to Write Flash Fiction: 15 Short Story Cliches That Need to Die

How to Write Flash Fiction: 15 Short Story Cliches That Need To Die


Free flash fiction stories to read


Book Marketing, Agents & Blogging


5 Unfair Advantages of an Author Platform by Tim Grahl (what book marketing can do at it’s best for your book’s success)

5 Unfair Advantages of an Author Platform


11 Authors Discuss the Road to Getting a Literary Agent by Stephanie Elliot


What’s Your Non-Fiction Voice by Jami Gold

What’s Your Non-Fiction Voice?


25 Ideas For Your Author Blog by Bryn Donovan


Deep Stuff


From Gloom to Gratitude: 8 Skills to Cultivate Joy by Allison Aubrey


Here’s a way better question to ask yourself than “What do I want” by Mark Manson


Four Ways to Figure Out What You Really Want to Do With Your Life by Thorin Klosowski


The Art of Blooming Late by Kevin Evers


10 Practical Answers to 10 Powerful Questions by Darius Foroux


The History of the Influencer From Shakespeare to Instagram by Laurence Scott


There Are No True Rebels by JoAnn Greco


Fun Stuff


Game of Phones hotline (hilarious video)


The Most Marvelous Moments in the MCU by Stubby the Rocket


Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor!) Insult Each Others For 5 Minutes Straight by ToolFab Staff


Scifi & Fantasy Recommendations Based on Your Favourite SFF Heroine by Jessie Mihalik

Sci-Fi & Fantasy Book Recommendations Based on Your Favorite SFF Heroine


Spring 2019’s Must Read Scifi & Fantasy Reads by Myfanwy Collins


Spring 2019’s Must Read Romance Novels According to Romance Authors by The Bookish Editors

2019’s Must-Read Romance Novels According to Romance Authors


5 Witchy Books For Fans of Baba Yaga by Ann Foster


Since all of those 5 recommendations above are from a white, Western point of view, here are some more diverse fantasy recommendations:


Literal Black Girl Magic: Books With Witches, Orisha and More by Mya Nunnally


And then some cheery book recommendations, dystopias 😀


The World Is Falling Apart: Timely Dystopias That Reflect Our Fears by Steph Auteri


Crime Fiction’s New Favourite Private Eyes by Matthew Turbeville


Diplomats and Aliens: Why You Should Pair Spy Novels With Science Fiction by Arkady Martine


Seeing Like a State: Arkady Martine’s Favourite Books About the Mechanisms of Government by Arkady Martine

Seeing Like A State: Arkady Martine’s Favorite Books About the Mechanisms of Government


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