In his penultimate 2020 column, Steve reviews a new horror anthology. Is it scary? Very!
Capsule reviews of the latest issues of Incredible Stories
Who doesn't want to get hot and steamy during the holidays?
TerBi's 15th issue offers short stories from a contest; Scientific Fiction website looking for stories.
Fact or fiction, reportage or editorial? We, as the readers are never sure
This week Steve reviews the November-December issue of F&SF. It's also the second-to-last issue that will be edited by C.C. Finlay, who wants to return to writing. It's a fine issue to end the year on!
Introducing a new anthology of Ecuadorian SF
Tanya begins her series focusing on writers of the fantastic with this interview with author Nieves Guijarro Briones.
What, just because its pre-Turkey day, you thought there wouldn't be any new releases?
New releases in magazines, books, films and more
90+ titles and you say you can't find anything to read?
J. Michael Straczynski is a storied name in the halls of media science fiction. So much so that I feel I'm wasting space by...
a review of Chilean author Jesús Todeum's Valpunk 2127, a cyber/ray punk adventure
new releases I found to be of interest in my three favorite romance genres
Santiago Páez, Ecuadorian SF author who is revitalizing the genre
An interview with L. Starfyre, author of "risqué and not for the timid" SF Romances, on inclusion in the What Lies Within anthology
Here's your solution to election coverage fatigue
Tentacle Pulp #13 released, round table A Tribute to Spanish Author Domingo Santos, and Guiris" by Félix Díaz
Want to or need to ignore the election results? Here are some suggested reads.
SF Romance: a safe way to "get together" during the pandemic
In a crumbling kingdom inspired by the deserts of North Africa, two women’s lives will become irrevocably changed
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