Casmir has survived against impossible odds, and now he longs to return home. But an invasion force is blockading the Kingdom’s wormhole gate - this and more in this week's SF romance roundup
Moriremos por fuego amigo, a collection of essays on Spanish science fiction and its fandom by Juan Manuel Santiago; and a conference on the educational value of science fiction in Barcelona
Lots and lots of good and varied stuff to peruse in this issue. You can’t go wrong if you pick it up.
Allen Steele's Captain Future in Love launches Amazing Selects novella-length series
SF Romance for the Holidays. (Was Rudolph an alien, a mutant or a robot?)
A review of Distant Visions by Peruvian author Otilia Navarrete
Brent Week's latest becomes a Best Seller
Here’s a teaser for this week’s romance reads
Crowley readers often become Crowley completists. And Go Like This will satisfy the high expectations of Crowley’s devoted readers
Check out these 80+ new titles offered just this week!
Orbit announces the acquisition of Alex White's newest space opera
A review of Mirror Worlds by Vincent Mondiot and Raphael Lafarge, a story that has taken an interesting path to publication.
There's about four months worth of reading packed into this survey, so you all better get to reading!
A quick review of the special edition of Game of Thrones
Lucy Harris is on the run, not sure where she can turn to for help, or if help is even available. But even as her abductors chase her down, she realizes they don't just want to recapture her, they want to erase her.
Well, it's October 30th, so this post must be for today! Veronica's pics featuring, as always, steamy SF romance.
Galactic Gladiators! Thumbs up for Anna Hackett's Centurion
The Spanish Association of Fantasy Science Fiction and Terror (AEFCFT) announces the first number of Opportunity magazine
The original novella, “Before We Disperse Like Star Stuff,” delves into questions of archeology, preservation, respect for the land and for remains, and cultural appropriation versus education versus access.
More Expanse! What's not to like?
The Sinister Mystery of the Mesmerizing Girl is the latest of Theodora Goss' 19th-century-pulp-inspired volumes
With The Water Dancer, Coates’s first full-length novel, a story about slavery and a superpower, we pay witness to a writer unchained.
Pages from the Underworld, a collection of horror from the 70s, 80s and 90s; and this Friday (the 18th) there will be a round-table discussion at the Madrid beer garden
time travel, steampunk, paranormal cozy romances and more
Den of Geek recommends a handful of new books for your fall reading pleasure
Hurry - these have been on the stands for three days now - don 't miss 'em!
Pets in Space is always a good thing, and now, this post has been updated with some cool "space pet" illustrations!
Women have written a lot of horror; this new book shows you that women have written a LOT or horror
A shared SF Romance universe!: "Looking for a love that’s out of this world? These strong, smart, sexy aliens are seeking mates from the Milky Way."
B&N's buyer shares his picks for October