Frankenstein Turns 200: Celebrating Women in Sci-Fi & Horror

Mary Shelley's classic novel Frankenstein turns 200 this year. Written when she was just 18, the novel is widely considered today to be one of the earliest examples of both sci-fi and horror, making Shelley one of the most important authors in a genre that hasn't always had an abundance of diverse voices. To celebrate, we rounded up a collection of books from notable women in these genres—from early entries to modern classics to exciting contemporary works.

Spotlight: Classic Sci-Fi Masters

Spotlight: Exciting Contemporary Voices