NPR's Best Science Fiction And Fantasy Of 2011

Be sure to check out NPR’s list for Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2011, as decided by Lev Grossman, who I swear has been a contributor to every genre “best of” list this year (other than being the author of this year’s ‘The Magician King‘, Grossman also happens to be the book reviewer for Time magazine).

NPR’s list, which of course features this year’s fantasy darling ‘A Dance With Dragons,’ also highlights lesser known entries like Catherynne Valente’s ‘The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making‘ and ‘Rule 34‘ from Charles Stross. I have read a grand total of zero books off this list, which bums me out, but they’re all getting added to the que and pegged for late January reading.

Check out the full list on their site.

 

One comment to NPR's Best Science Fiction And Fantasy Of 2011

  1. Mary says:

    Happy Holidays! The Hobbit trailer looks good.

    We have many movies sitting on top of the blue ray player. Can’t wait until Saturday. 🙂 I’ve been reading Tanya Huff’s book #5 in the Confederaton/Valor series.

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