Talks, monologues, games, contests, role-playing, live performances and much more at the Luminaria conference
TerBi celebrates its 25th anniversary; the second iteration of Ansible, the feminist festival, has been scheduled and the Lovecraft Circle publishes its tenth edition.
Mónica Cuartero interviews of José Manuel González, author of Memories of the Old Earth and José Manuel González interviews Mónica Cuartero, author of Children of the River
Is reading + imagination really better than couch-potatoing with the boobtube? This excerpt should suggest where we fall on the argument.
Updates from the Spanish CF world: Cerbero to publish Kameron Hurley's God's War.
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In this week's viewing: The final lineup for the season is set... but first, some thoughts about the tragedy in Kyoto.
Author of the Ignotus Award winning novels Demons in the Sky and Mortal Health, Gabriel Bermúdez died on May 19, 2019.
In this week's viewing: The rest of the summer premieres, plus some second looks.
Report on the Celsius Festival's programming; Minatura's 2019 Fantastic Microcuent contest rules, AEFCFT's nomination for ESFS awards; and interview with José Antonio Suárez about Alter Ego and more!
New and current Latin American genre from magazines to film and just about everything in between
In this week's viewing: Attack on Titan and Demon Slayer finish up the season before we take a break from them, one for rather longer than the other.
The rules for the Minotauro and Domingo Santos Awards, a new release by José Antonio Suárez, a new novel by Ruy Vega, guidelines for Association of Fantasy, Science Fiction and Terror's new anthology Visions 2019, and more
The next anime season includes everything from a zillion more cut-and-paste light novel adaptations to a Seiun finalist.
In this week's viewing: three finales with very different verdicts, and more!
The winners of the Kelvin5050 awards are announced, Brandon Sanderson will give a talk and the latest issue of Ulthor magazine is released.
In this week's viewing: Attack on Titan and Dororo grapple with the fallout of bad parenting choices, and more!
The 15th Minotauro Awards are announced!
In this week's viewing: Attack on Titan finally gets to the basement, Dororo heads for uncharted waters, and more!
An interview with Mariano Villarreal, editor of "América Fantástica". América Fantastica offers a panoramic view of the most outstanding contemporary fantasy and science fiction in Latin America
In this week's viewing: Dororo and Midnight Occult Civil Servants make it really clear who's going to die, Attack on Titan tries for some misdirection, and more!
Announcing the finalists for the SF Horror Ripley awards and video from the TerBi conference
More coverage of American Fantastica and some new releases announced.
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In this week's viewing: Midnight Occult Civil Servants fails to break a cycle, Attack on Titan reminds us that it likes to make people wait, and more!
Announcing the IXth TerBi Award Winners!
In this week's viewing: Midnight Occult Civil Servants and Demon Slayer both tackle supernatural kidnapping sprees, RobiHachi finds a planet with a surprising gender balance, and more!
The "Spanish Hugo" - The Premio Ignotus - award finalists are announced. One of our contributors - Laura Ponce - is a finalist.
In this week's viewing: Demon Slayer levels up, Midnight Occult Civil Servants finds a roundabout way to drop some crucial info, and more!
Finalists for the IX TerBi contest (post apocalyptic fiction) announced; Delirio magazine index contains some very interesting entries