Sisters of Tomorrow: The First Women of Science Fiction
“I hope Sisters of Tomorrow flies long and high.”
—Ursula Le Guin, winner of the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters
Edited by Lisa Yaszek and Patrick B. Sharp
News & Highlights
Ted Greenwald, 1942–2016
It is with sadness that we announce the passing of New York City poet Ted Greenwald (December 19, 1942–June 17, 2016). Ted Greenwald’s poems sing the commons and dance with a homely grace American poetry has rarely seen. WHIFF An evening Spent talking Spent thinking About what my life would be If I’d stayed With a…...
Benedict Arnold & AMC’s “Turn: Washington’s Spies”
Wartime treachery, twisted spies and brutality—sound familiar? AMC’s period drama TURN: Washington’s Spies is in it’s third season, and tensions are rising in the Arnold household. One can understand how a man could be frustrated, having served as Washington’s finest battle commander only to be sent to work a desk job. This restless man would become synonymous with ‘traitor.’ If you’re…...