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Top 25 SF Signal Posts for February 2015

In case you missed them, here are The Top SF Signal Posts for February 2014 (excluding the daily link posts and free fiction posts):

  1. 385 Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror eBooks Priced Less than $5 Each
  2. February Releases in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror…All 350 of Them
  3. FINALISTS: 2014 Nebula Awards (with Free Fiction Links!)
  4. Looking for Inexpensive, but Good, eBooks? Try These 124 SF/F/H eBooks Under $4 Each
  5. Special Needs in Strange Worlds: The Best Books of 2014
  6. FINALISTS: 2014 Bram Stoker Award
  7. [GUEST POST] Christie Meierz (THE FALL) on The Women of Lee & Miller’s Liaden Universe
  8. Cover & Synopsis: SEVENEVES by Neal Stephenson
  9. MIND MELD: Our Favorite Horror Novels by Women
  10. MIND MELD: The Intersection of SF/F Games and Genre Fiction
  11. MIND MELD: Name Your Favorite Apocalypse or Dystopia!
  12. eBook Deals from Open Road Media: Literary Science Fiction Sale!
  13. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 278): Standalone Novels You Should Totally Read
  14. On My Radar: 2015 SFF In Translation
  15. On My Radar: THE BORDER by Robert R. McCammon/THE SNOW QUEEN by Joan D. Vinge/ALIVE by Scott Sigler
  16. The Cover of LUNA: NEW MOON by Ian McDonald is Quite Stunning
  17. The Best Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Reads for February
  18. FINALISTS: 2014 BSFA Award
  19. [GUEST POST] THE LOTERIA MATCH GAME (1 of 6) by John Picacio
  20. The Completist: The ACTS OF CAINE Series by Matthew Stover
  21. [GUEST POST] Sam Sykes (THE CITY STAINED RED) on Why Writing Should Be Hard, and Why Hardship Makes Good Stories
  22. YA Spring Roundup: 20 SFF/Horror Titles That Pop
  23. [GUEST POST] Jen Williams (THE COPPER PROMISE) on Five No-Nonsense Women of Fantasy
  24. [GUEST POST] THE LOTERIA MATCH GAME (2 of 6) by John Picacio
  25. [Exclusive!] Behold the Table of Contents for SISTERS OF THE REVOLUTION Edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer!
About John DeNardo (13012 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.
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