Lo bueno de las convenciones son, sobre todo, la gente que conoces. Es así que durante el I Festival Internacional de Literatura de Horror de Virginia, conocía Muyjondo Digital Art, quienes hicieron una portada para mi cuento “La devoradora de Soledades”. Conversando con ellos luego, me di cuenta de su interesante y original propuesta de […]
Ernest Liley nous présente les romans à lire en avril; https://amazingstories.com/2021/04/science-fiction-to-look-for-april-2021/ R Graeme Cameron chronique Blood of the siren CLUBHOUSE: Review: “Flight of the Siren” by Brendan Myers. Tanya Tynjala présente un roman de Luis Saavedra Reseña de Libro: Lentos Animales Interdimensionales de Luis Saavedra. R Graeme Cameron présente un roman de A David Singh […]
Dee, disillusioned with life and working as a cam girl to make ends meet, helps a strange client, starting an unlikely friendship that might save them both.
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A man has a medical procedure done to experience love for the first time.
Amazing Stories artist launches comic Kickstarter
Special announcement regarding this website and the near future.
HWA scholarships; Discon III Hugo Packet; KGB Bar, more
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When Aunt Drea solicits her help with criminal activities, young Jess’s emotions spin out of control, releasing powers she’d rather keep hidden.
Relatos Increíbles 22: Las luces de Hueso Viejo y otros relatos Patreon (EPUB y PDF) ACUEDI (Preview) Amazon (Kindle) Lektu (PDF) Hoy toca hablar sobre el nuevo número de la revista Relatos Increíbles. El En este número la portada tiene los clásicos tonos oscuros que caracterizan a la revista y fue […]
In this week’s viewing: Odd Taxi has a confession, Shadows House has an infodump, and more!
“The Alien Adoption Agency has selected her to adopt adorable baby Rio. And baby Rio comes with Rexx, a handsome Invicta warrior guard…” start your weekend with some steamy adventures!
Audio discussion of the UPC Award; an interview with Paulo Soriano, editor of “Contos de terror”
Astronauts Pesquet and Kimbrough currently suiting up for a spacewalk
Eligible voters can now download the 2021 Hugo Awards Voter Packet
In a future world, restrictions on families create tension between lovers.
Lilley’s upcoming releases tops reads this week!
Launching billionaires into space, inexpensive Heinlein, Nebula Winners congratulated and more this week in genre land
Ancient code of conduct; Uncle Hugo news; awards and hot buttered pixel scrolls
Continuing his look at old genre movies, Steve travels back to 1957 and looks at a movie often touted by Famous Monsters of Filmland. Is it good? Hey, it’s better than many black-and-white monster films!
Tanya offers up a round-up of these Hispano-American happenings
all of the stories in this issue are interesting, stimulating, well-written, and thought-provoking
In this week’s viewing: Shadows House reveals its big secret, ODDTAXI finally explains its title, and more!
A discussion of the future of the awards administered by WSFS
Manuel Aguilar passes; multiple presentations of The Third Thread by Juan Manuel Sánchez Villoldo; José Manuel González Rodríguez has posted the award-winning short novel The Disaster of Enfer to his blog
The Raptor King, The Strip Down, Venomous Secrets – why are you still reading the excerpt?
A certain someone is featured in the latest chapter of Camestros Felapton’s History of the Debarkle
One of the favorite themes in sf is the elder race that went away: this month, we’ve got two that play that tune….
This week’s news will better resemble an actual news post this week as we get back into the swing of things: real articles and reporting about your favorite subjects!