The Hottest New Trend in Brazilian Speculati…

One thing I love about science fiction and fantasy is that we’re always adding new subgenres to the mix, as writers and readers try to carve out spaces to experiment or to group their favorite stories together. Subgenres make everything feel bigger, more complex, and more inclusive. And each subgenre announces its birth as if it were a new social or political movement, rather than just a specific cluster of tropes and story elements. You can feel the energy thrumming through the walls of the genre, as another group announces that they’ve found a whole new way of storying.

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