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In Latin America the fantastic is not just a literary current, it is life itself, as this review of Revenge of the Apus illustrates.
New Latin American F+SF, including Fantastic America, covering fiction in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba and Chile. Radio plays, periodical releases and more
A review of Nine Men Who Died in Borneo by Daniel Frini
"Supercolonia" by Héctor Alvarado, Great America reviews. The first volume dedicated to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba and Chile; Proxima magazine's 2017 content online; Discourse magazine highlights Ursula Le Guin, and more
Tanya is taking a break, and leaves us with a book trailer for her latest offering, (Ir)Realidades, to tide us over
An interview with Ricardo Acevedo of miNatura SF magazine
Twenty Five authors from Ten different countries collaborate in this excellent anthology
February's offerings from Latina America
A review of The Baron of Pest (The Fathers of the Full Moon, Book One) by Milenko Karzulovic
Tanya rounds up the past month's offerngs
Publication of The Inevitable Resurrection of the Boltzmann Brains by Mario Daniel Martín; Ediciones Minotauro will publish the illustrated edition of "La llamada de Cthulhu", by H.P. Lovecraft; other new releases and calls for submissions.
Two new anthologies featuring female authors!
A short excerpt from the novel Aniquila las estrellas por mí by Andrés Felipe Escovar
A review of the Lenin Solano Ambía trilogy
Tanya reviews us - Amazing Stories - from blog to magazine to future plans.
A new magazine - Disidia - released; coverage of Campbell, updates on Peruvian, Colmbian, Bolivian and Ecuadorian SF...more
Various conferences in Peru, Colombia, Aregentina and Chile presented new works including Beyond Real: Anthology of the Peruvian fantastic tale of the XXI century and Fantasmas del Future Theory and history of science fiction (1821-1980) " by Elton Honors. "Monsters 1.1" by José Donayre Hoefken, The Last Zelofonte by Luisa Mercedes Levinson, El Gusano" by Luis Carlos Barragán and Coma" (Puerto de Escape) by Javier Vargas Vergara.
A review of Leonardo Espinoza Benavides's More Space of Which We Dream is a fix-up novel whose language is reminiscent of Bradbury and Aldiss
Addressing harassment at conventions.
A review of the second Posthuman anthology
Calls for submissions, new magazine editions and new releases
Imaginando a Verne takes a look at Jules Verne's influence on Ecuadoran science fiction.
New releases in espanol
An excerpt from Cristian Londoño Proaño's The Instinct of Light series
A review of Portal de los Dioses, a mixed genre novel featuring the Gumiho of Asian mythology
Tanya takes a moment out to let us know about her latest book, one that begins with a "false" biography of Jules Verne, including his automated "nanny"!
A bilingual anthology, new releases and the latest issues of Fantastico magazine, Fantastic without Borders and an index of articles from LDP magazine
Marcelo Novoa guest-reviews two YA fantasies and two science fiction tales
Laura Ponce's collection of stories Cosmografía General has been re-issued in Spain.
Tanya rounds up the Latino field with new books, magazines and happenings.