They Don’t Make Plus Size Spacesuits

They Don’t Make Plus Size Spacesuits is a collection of sci-fi/dystopian stories that take people’s theories and ideas about fat people and show what would happen if these were taken to extremes.

Future Home of the Living God

I have a feeling you’ll be seeing a lot of reviews of dystopian books from me in the coming months, because every time I read one, I find others I want to read. I saw Future Home of the Living God by Louise Erdrich on this list of Uncomfortably Plausible Books about Dystopian America and knew immediately I wanted to read it

Singing With All My Skin and Bone

Book: Singing With All My Skin and Bone by Sunny Moraine Reviewer: Jeriann Age/Genre: Horror fiction, Dark fantasy, Fantasy Fiction, Dystopian Fiction Preferred Reading Environment: A warm blanket, and a pet if possible. Some of these stories definitely make you want to snuggle Reading Accoutrements: How about a glass of water? Self Care is good…

Binti

Book: Binti by Nnedi Okorafor Reviewer: Jeriann Age/Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy Preferred Reading Environment: Somewhere you feel grounded. This would be great to read in a hammock or otherwise outdoors. Reading Accoutrements: Comfort foods that remind you of home. Content Notes: murder, racism, war, PTSD Since I read Who Fears Death, I knew I wanted to…

Octavia’s Brood

In November of 2017, I went to a conference called Compassionate Communities: We Choose All of Us. There, I attended several workshops and keynote speakers around subjects surrounding social justice and meeting the needs of the most marginalized in our communities. One of the keynote speakers was adrienne maree brown, co-editor of Octavia’s Brood, a collection of science fiction stories inspired by Octavia Butler. I loved listening to brown speak, and purchased a copy of the book at the conference.