The Project Usher anthology introduced at the Poe Festival
Winners of the X TerBi Contest of the Fantastic for the story theme "Travel in time"
SFR is - fiction based on imagined future scientific or technological advances and major social or environmental changes, frequently portraying space or time travel or life on other planets combined with the excitement and mystery associated with love
A roundup of September's posts
Today Steve reviews a new book by Edward Willett called “The Moonlit World,” part of his “Worldshapers” series. He thought it was a lot of fun.
Life gets complicated when you fall for an alien....
Metahuman and Constelación open for submissions
Part II of Steve’s review of an excellent SF and fantasy collection of stories by San Francisco’s Lisa Mason.
Love isn’t part of the bargain, but every moment that I spend with him, I learn more about the male beneath the metal
Introducing the Finalists of the Tenth Terbi awards
I asked my fellow authors to share a little about what inspired their story for this year’s anthology, as well as giving us a peek at their To Be Read List and what they’ll be up to next
Fletcher’s big body was designed to attract the women of Earth. (and they said Earth Girls are Easy....)
Announcing the impending release of Ulthar issue 14 and Blaster magazine announces the Arrakis Space Opera contest
Guest author Carlos Enrique Saldivar reviews the book Terror en las Calles by Lénin Solano Ambía
Yet another effect of "canonization"
Find a comfy spot. You all know what to do.
Hispacon 2020 and the guidelines for the Premio Minotauro award for 2021
After you check out the interview with the IDA....
...and a forthcoming short will conclude the series
A review of Incredible Stories #18
A taste of 90 new releases for this week.
A review of Windumanoth #10 featuring an interview with Richard Morgan and Tim Pratt and the art of Breogán Álvarez.
The second issue of MetaHumana magazine is released and an anthology - Scientific Fiction - rounds up the year's stories from the titular website.
New books, magazines, fanzines and media from Hispanoamerico
Mexican author Gerardo Horacio Porcayo's novel, Back to the Skin, evokes Well's Island of Doctor Moreau.
Alien Rapunzel? Alien Rapunzel! Rapunzel Rapunzel, let down your tentacles!
The description in this tale is lush and vivid, conjuring up details of a spiritual reality quite different from Western tradition.
New releases, new romances
A review of the Hispanic American Horror Magazine, Nictofilia