Dystopian Fiction

In Laura Maylene Walter’s debut novel, palpable anger at injustice is met with love—a fierce, familial and able challenger.

In Laura Maylene Walter’s debut novel, palpable anger at injustice is met with love—a fierce, familial and able challenger.

This ain’t no Louis L’Amour tale. Outlawed is a gender-bending, genre-hopping yarn that’s part frontier novel and part Handmaid’s Tale.

This ain’t no Louis L’Amour tale. Outlawed is a gender-bending, genre-hopping yarn that’s part frontier novel and part Handmaid’s Tale.

One must wonder while reading Fiona King Foster’s first novel, who is truly the captive? There is no easy answer, which makes the novel so beguiling.

One must wonder while reading Fiona King Foster’s first novel, who is truly the captive? There is no easy answer, which makes the novel so beguiling.

Catherine Hernandez’s sharp-eyed, queer dystopian fantasy is no gentle wake-up call. It is a blaring fire alarm against authoritarianism, and transphobia.

Catherine Hernandez’s sharp-eyed, queer dystopian fantasy is no gentle wake-up call. It is a blaring fire alarm against authoritarianism, and transphobia.

As this community navigates a changing terrain and their own emotional landscapes, Diane Cook incorporates the whole of human experience.

As this community navigates a changing terrain and their own emotional landscapes, Diane Cook incorporates the whole of human experience.

This chilling critique of capitalism is a warning about how governments can exploit inequality for nefarious means.

This chilling critique of capitalism is a warning about how governments can exploit inequality for nefarious means.

Celebrated Canadian writer Margaret Atwood has done the impossible and published a satisfying sequel to her 1985 classic, The Handmaid’s Tale.

Celebrated Canadian writer Margaret Atwood has done the impossible and published a satisfying sequel to her 1985 classic, The Handmaid’s Tale.

Sarah Davis-Goff has given us a zombie novel with a Celtic twist and an empowering feminist bent.

Sarah Davis-Goff has given us a zombie novel with a Celtic twist and an empowering feminist bent.

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