Octavia E. Butler$21.99 $19.79
An epic saga that spans from slave times to contemporary southern California to a desolate science fiction future America. Butler is one of the most underrated storytellers of her time, our time, and any other time for that matter (fully die on this hill). Read this, read this now.
Richard Powers$18.95 $17.43
A compelling story with classic okey-doke of the worst actors being our own species and its unrelenting determinism set to doom us all. Radiant ode to trees.
Jeff VanderMeer$35.00 $31.50
Weird fiction brilliance; Area X's expanding alien landscape and the flawed humans that interact with it allows for a complete trilogy that's a credit to the genre.
Paolo Bacigalupi$16.99 $15.63
A "Calorie" man and poreless cyborg move through an imaginative future Bangkok, unwittingly working to their and the city's demise.
Margaret Atwood$49.90 $44.91
Complete package from Atwood with economic apartheid and a waterless flood that remakes the world. Pre to post-apocalyptic goodness appropriate for the quarantimes.
Science Fiction staple of a Winterson diet; perfect for restarting the world with "sardines and champagne."