N.K. Jemisin Books In Order

Broken Earth Books In Publication Order

  1. The Fifth Season (2015)
  2. The Obelisk Gate (2016)
  3. The Stone Sky (2017)

Dreamblood Books In Publication Order

  1. The Killing Moon (2012)
  2. The Shadowed Sun (2012)
  3. How Long ’til Black Future Month? (2018)

Great Cities Books In Publication Order

  1. The City We Became (2020)

Inheritance Trilogy Books In Publication Order

  1. The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms (2010)
  2. The Broken Kingdoms (2010)
  3. The Kingdom of Gods (2011)
  4. The Awakened Kingdom (2014)
  5. Shades in Shadow (2015)

Graphic Novels In Publication Order

  1. Far Sector (With: ) (2021)

Non-Fiction Books In Publication Order

  1. Geek Wisdom (With: Genevieve Valentine) (2011)

Mass Effect: Andromeda Books In Publication Order

  1. Nexus Uprising (By:Jason M. Hough) (2017)
  2. Initiation (2017)
  3. Annihilation (By:Catherynne M. Valente) (2018)

Forward Books In Publication Order

  1. Randomize (By:Andy Weir) (2019)
  2. Summer Frost (By:Blake Crouch) (2019)
  3. Ark (By:Veronica Roth) (2019)
  4. You Have Arrived at Your Destination (By:Amor Towles) (2019)
  5. Emergency Skin (2019)
  6. The Last Conversation (By:Paul Tremblay) (2019)

The WisCon Chronicles Books In Publication Order

  1. The WisCon Chronicles, Volume 1 (2007)
  2. The WisCon Chronicles, Vol. 2: Provocative essays on feminism, race, revolution, and the future (2008)
  3. The Wiscon Chronicles, Vol.3: Carnival of Feminist SF (2009)
  4. The WisCon Chronicles, Volume 4 (2010)
  5. The Wiscon Chronicles Volume 5 (2011)
  6. The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 6: Futures of Feminism and Fandom (2012)
  7. The Wiscon Chronicles Vol 7: Shattering Ableist Narratives (2013)
  8. The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 8: Re-Generating WisCon (2014)
  9. The WisCon Chronicles, Vol.9 (2015)
  10. Trials by Whiteness (2017)

Some of the Best from Tor.com Books In Publication Order

  1. Some of the Best from Tor.com, 2016 Edition (2017)

Anthologies In Publication Order

  1. Million Writers Award: The Best Online Science Fiction and Fantasy (2012)
  2. Fantastic Erotica: The Best of Circlet Press 2008-2012 (2012)
  3. After: Nineteen Stories of Apocalypse and Dystopia (2012)
  4. Tor.com Publishing’s 2017 Hugo Finalist Bundle (2017)
  5. The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2017 (2017)
  6. Escape Pod (2020)

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N.K. Jemisin Books Overview

The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

Yeine Darr is an outcast from the barbarian north. But when her mother dies under mysterious circumstances, she is summoned to the majestic city of Sky. There, to her shock, Yeine is named an heiress to the king. But the throne of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is not easily won, and Yeine is thrust into a vicious power struggle with cousins she never knew she had. As she fights for her life, she draws ever closer to the secrets of her mother’s death and her family’s bloody history. With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, Yeine will learn how perilous it can be when love and hate and gods and mortals are bound inseparably together.

The Broken Kingdoms

In the city of Shadow, beneath the World Tree, alleyways shimmer with magic and godlings live hidden among mortalkind. Oree Shoth, a blind artist, takes in a strange homeless man on an impulse. This act of kindness engulfs Oree in a nightmarish conspiracy. Someone, somehow, is murdering godlings, leaving their desecrated bodies all over the city. And Oree’s guest is at the heart of it…

Summer Frost (By:Blake Crouch)

The original version of SERIAL, still available as a free ebook, was a 7500 word horror short story done as an experiment. Remember the twin golden rules of hitchhiking? 1: Don t go hitchhiking, because the driver who picks you up could be certifiably crazy. 2: Don t pick up hitchhikers, because the traveler you pick up could be certifiably crazy. So what if, on some dark, isolated road, Crazy 1 offered a ride to Crazy 2?When Blake Crouch DESERT PLACES, ABANDON and Jack Kilborn AFRAID, CHERRY BOMB, face off, the result is SERIAL, a terrifying tale of hitchhiking gone terribly wrong. Like a deeply twisted version of an After School Special, SERIAL is the single most persuasive public service announcement on the hazards of free car rides. Beyond a thrilling piece of horrifying suspense, SERIAL is also a groundbreaking experiment in literary collaboration. Kilborn wrote the first part. Crouch wrote the second. And they wrote the third together over email in 100 word exchanges, not aware of each other’s opening section. All bets were off, and may the best psychopath win.F. Paul Wilson says, SERIAL reads just like a Crouch or Kilborn novel: Full speed ahead, no flinching, no blinking, no brakes. In less than a year, SERIAL has been downloaded over 200,000 times, and has received over a hundred negative reviews, with many people claiming it is the most depraved, awful thing they’ve ever read. SERIAL UNCUT is newly expanded, now more than 36,000 words. Along with the reinsertion of additional material cut from the original version, it also has a vastly expanded beginning and ending, including an extended section that originally appeared in the novella TRUCK STOP by J.A. Konrath. If you can handle horrific thrills, proceed at your own risk. But if you suffer from anxiety attacks, nervous disorders, insomnia, nightmares or night terrors, heart palpitations, stomach problems, or are of an overly sensitive nature, you should read something else instead. The authors are in no way responsible for any lost sleep, missed work, failed relationships, or difficulty in coping with life after you have read SERIAL UNCUT. They will not pay for any therapy you may require as a result of reading SERIAL UNCUT. They will not cradle you in their arms, rock you back and forth, and speak in soothing tones while you unsuccessfully try to forget SERIAL UNCUT. You have been warned…

The WisCon Chronicles, Vol. 2: Provocative essays on feminism, race, revolution, and the future

WisCon, a literary festival for feminists interested in science fiction and fantasy, has for over three decades attracted people with diverse and stronlgy held opinions. It hasn’t always suffered them gladly, and it doesn’t necessarily mediate the arguments that ensue, but WisCon does not homogenize their points of view, and it provides an ongoing opportunity for feminists of all stripes to get together and laugh, talk, and enrich one another. This volume explores some of the issue of interest at WisCon 2007: gender, race, culture, revolution, and the future of thinking about those matters, and it also includes a forum on how to deal with racist and sexist material in writing workshops as well as the epistolary performance that constituted Kelly Link and Laurie J. Marks’ jointly delivered Guest of Honor speeches.

The Wiscon Chronicles, Vol.3: Carnival of Feminist SF

The word’s been out for some time now that we’re living in ”post feminist” times. And yet the world’s largest feminist science fiction convention, held annually in Madison, Wisconsin, which many of the genre’s luminaries attend, has become so popular that the ceiling limiting attendance to 1000 participants often tops out months in advance. People attend to meet up with friends from other parts of the country or the world whom they’ve come to know online; they attend because the programming goes far beyond the ”feminism 101” that is the most they can hope for from most other science fiction conventions. But above all they come to experience the kind of community they can’t get elsewhere. Some participants even characterize it as ”four days of feminist utopia” a reference to the communities created in the most famous feminist novels of the 1970s. This volume explores some of the issues of interest at WisCon 2008: the politics of the intelligibility of stories, internet drama, and feminist fandom. It offers a selection of thoughtful essays and analyses, dialogues, comments, arguments, meditations, and appeals to reason, collected from participants writers, bloggers, activists, and fans, some of them WisCon veterans and some attending for the first time including L. Timmel Duchamp, K. Tempest Bradford, Nancy Jane Moore, Alexis Lothian, Sue Lange, Victoria Janssen, and many others.

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