All The Birds In The Sky

Charlie Jane Anders Image Credt: MacMillan Review by Kris Warning: Reviewing This Requires A Few Unavoidable Minor Spoilers. I Have Tried To Keep These To A Minimum But To Be Completely Unspoiled Do Not Read This, The Book Cover Or Any Promotional Materials As They All Have Similar Levels Of Information   If there wasContinue reading “All The Birds In The Sky”

Our Favourite Short Fiction – May 2016

by Kris & Nisha This will be, hopefully, a regular feature. We read a lot of short fiction and we cannot review it all. So here we list some of our favourites from prior months: The Jaws That Bite The Claws That Catch – Seanan McGuirehttp://www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/jaws-bite-claws-catch/    From Lightspeed Issue #72 We loved the vividnessContinue reading “Our Favourite Short Fiction – May 2016”

A Stranger In Olondria

Sofia Samatar Image Credit: Small Beer Press Review by Kris Like an Iconoclast of the fantasy genre, Samatar tears down the usual trappings of these stories and builds something which is actually much truer to the spirit of the enterprise. This does not contain the classes and races of a D&D adventure nor the chosenContinue reading “A Stranger In Olondria”

Constantine: The Hellblazer Vol. 1

Ming Doyle, James Tyrion IV, Riley Rossmo, Chris Visions, Scott Kowalchuk, Ivan Plascencia and Lee Loughridge   Review by Kris Image credit: Goodreads A brief history first. John Constantine was created during Moore, Bissette and Totleben’s Swamp Thing run in 1985 and soon got his own ongoing series- Hellblazer- which ran for 300 issues. ThisContinue reading “Constantine: The Hellblazer Vol. 1”

Welcome to Cloaked Creators

by Nisha Hello everyone! Welcome to our new literary blog, specifically aimed at reviewing, analysing and celebrating sci-fi and fantasy work by female and non-binary authors. Often, when this particular genre comes up, it’s generally believed that almost all the contributors and consumers are men. There are many women out there who prove that isContinue reading “Welcome to Cloaked Creators”