This seventh entry in the Murderbot Diaries is not the best book of the series, but it's certainly worth reading.
This is a sometimes harrowing alternate history/Victorian ghost story, but it has pertinent things to say about accepting trans people and fighting for their right to exist.
This is a unique twist on the Southern gothic, haunted-house ghost story, and it is fantastic.
This is an interesting exploration of gods and worship, in the context of an epic fantasy where humans literally create their own gods.
This space opera with a sentient zombie fungus threatening humanity may sound retro and pulpy, but it's a damn good read.
This rocket ride of a space opera has an unusual, and welcome, depth of characterization.
This gender-flipped retelling of Zhu Yuanzhang, the founder of China's Ming Dynasty, and the sequel to She Who Became the Sun, is worth your time.
An old favorite is restarted with a new creative team, to mixed results.
This was okay, but Tom King's done better (namely the Vision comics).
This is not the Imperial Radch trilogy (although it's in the same universe), but give it a chance. It's a quieter, more personal kind of story, and the characters grow on you.
"The people who persuaded me that Republicans are fascist are Republicans.
The people who persuaded me that the dominant spirit of my country is both conservative and supremacist are conservatives."
I usually don't subscribe to newsletters, but this writer's recent essays are very much worth reading.
You've Persuaded Us Already - by A.R. Moxon - The Reframe https://armoxon.substack.com/p/youve-persuaded-us-already