Reviews of speculative fiction, YA, middle grade, and graphic novels, along with stray thoughts, links, and pictures.
my aesthetic is somewhere between "fiction with a works cited page" and "academic article with too much personal information"— Sofia Samatar (@SofiaSamatar) February 29, 2016
So you've just finished the award winning Stranger in Olondria or the recently released Winged Histories and are staring at the last page in sheer awe of the brilliance of this author.
What do you do now that you have finally managed to pick up your jaw? Where do you get your next hit?
You are in luck! While Samatar's novel count is only two, her body of work also includes short fiction, poetry and essays.
Here is a partial list of shorter pieces you can read right now:
Don't worry, that is far from all. Her website has a complete list of her works. There are no wrong answers to what to read next.