News, plus new releases and announcements from D.L. Gardner, Heliosphere, Orbit, Reanimus, First Fandom and more.
Discon, Eastercon, French Worldcon bid, SAG & Pulp Factory awards, more
All the news that was fit for popular reads this past week
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Peruvian critic Fernando Osorio needs some help; new releases from Ediciones Ayarmanot, Cathartes Ediciones, Letras en Rojo, Pages of Foam and others; new issues from Axxon, Machine Combinatorial, Primero Sueño and more; new videos, events and more
A discourse on the story THE YOUNG MAN WHO SUBIÓ AL CIELO; profiles of several additional authors including José María, Jorge A., Cuzco and Jesús Lara Lara
Steve reviews the March-April F&SF and then the newish movie “Freaky.” Should you watch it? Maybe, if you’re younger than, say, 30. Otherwise… meh.
Wry humor, political intrigue and alternate history combine in this fantasy romp
There are alternatives to a DC Worldcon, but they may not be desirable alternatives.
A major licensing agreement using the Amazing Stories name has been terminated owing to non-payment.
In this week’s viewing: All-new season, all-new shows!
Today’s announcement will be delayed until later this week.
Discon III announces new hotel and December date
Hispacon 2021 will be virtual, details for the IV Science Fiction Novel Prize “City of Knowledge” announced,
A disabled robot war veteran finds its home among humans in the tender care of an old lady, and her hair salon for cats.
In a future economy subsumed by technological employment, humans continue to find meaning through their “work” — where the lucky ones get to show up to an “office” from 9-5 and live out their mundane workplace fantasies.
Webzine Literary Anomalies, the return of Fiction magazine and the passing of Claude Lacroix.
An Easter roundup of free Spanish language SF reads.
Nuclear spaceships, Fireballs, self-replicating artificial cells, short horror reads for the throne, VCon, Sunpot, old movies and Martian helicopters!
FAAN awards, Agatha nominees, Booker long list, Aurealis, Laswitz, Tolkein Society, Royal Society and SFWA statement on Asian diaspora communities (more as well)
Barsoom, Theia, Lost in Space, Jack Williamson, the Big Bang Theory and more this week in our roundup of most popular posts
In a near future humanity has been forced to flee the Earth, a planet now uninhabitable due to wars and climatic turmoils. On the space station Explorer 7, Karen is now ready to deploy on the planet to complete an important mission: to restore mankind’s hope.
A time traveler takes a tour of “The Birth of Time Travel”.
Timothee is a story of a humanoid boy trying to navigate life in the northern part of Nigeria as he finds himself in a series of misfortunate events that come as a result of his past.
a post apocalyptic future where artificial intelligence has taken over. Singularity has been achieved. However it has not been favorable to humanity. Hanna- an Augmented human, and her partner are on a mission to rally with a group of resistance fighters
An old man, with a receding memory, pays to view synthetic recreations of his mother and childhood.
Earth is no more. A new generation lives underground on Mars preparing to begin a new life as the colonists of a planet which is being terraformed into a new habitable world.
Martha Wells, J.S. Dewes and Julie E. Czerneda are featured in this roundup of upcoming releases.
In this week’s viewing: Wrapping up the season with three shows and no endings.
Godzilla VS Kong: A hot mess not worth a nickel.