Catherine Grant

Catherine Grant is a speculative fiction author and freelance journalist from Providence, Rhode Island. Her work has appeared in Lamplight magazine and Shock Totem as well as various anthologies. She is a member of the New England Horror Writers and Broad Universe.

She lives with her husband and two cats named after Game of Thrones characters.

Book Reviews by Catherine Grant

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Nnedi Okorafor follows up her Hugo and Nebula award winning book Binti with a sequel, Binti: Home.

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Fantasy author and artist Brom has continued his trend of rewriting myths and legends with the recently released Lost Gods.

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What the #@&% Is That?, edited by John Joseph Adams and Douglas Cohen, features fiction from established authors such as John Langan, Laird Barron, Christopher Golden, and Johnathan Ma

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This past year, Tor.com released a series of novellas from an incredibly diverse range of authors, notably the Nebula and Hugo award winning Binti by Nnedi Okorafor.

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one of the most engrossing, readable, page-turners of 2016.”

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“Nisi Shawl’s debut is an ambitious, fresh take on the steampunk genre . . .”

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We Eat Our Own is lyrical, engrossing, and emotionally compelling.”

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“the mix of romance, mystery, history, and the supernatural will appeal to readers looking for an easy read, a splash of nostalgia, and a moment of escape.”

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The lines between literary and genre fiction are not blurring together, they are being eliminated with the emergence of authors like Sarah Pinborough, a wordsmith of exemplary skill with both prose

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“Indra Das writes with strength and beauty.”

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Infomocracy is a high-concept political thriller from debut author Malka Older.

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“The Fireman is a lit fuse of tension that explodes in ever-increasing intervals as the novel progresses . . .”

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Good Girls is the second book in a trilogy that began with Motherless Child.