Neurological disorders lead to far more surreal stories than those we find in science-fiction, argues the University of California neuroscientist.
The warnings about the future of society of novels like 1984 may seem less important since the fall of the Soviet Union, but they are all too relevant to China today, argues the Chinese writer.
We're living through a golden age for fantasy fiction, says the author of The Magicians. He tells us what makes for a good fantasy novel, and who's staking out the future not just of fantasy but of fiction itself
The Romanian-born poet tells us about his love for fantastic and magical tales – particularly bloody ones with cannibalism, necrophilia and alienated heroes