Part 2 of a review of the latest issue of Analog
Who would’ve thought that there were so many ways to describe and enact death and dying?
Not only does SF Poetry exist as a full-fledged entity, but there are also people who identify as SF Poets. AND they have their own little association too.
A report on 2014’s International Congress of Fantastic Fiction, help in Lima Peru
(A spanish language version of this interview can be found here Tanya Tynjala for Amazing Stories: Antonio Mora Vélez is a key author in Latin American science fiction. He is best known as a narrator. Why did you choose a book of poems to translate it into English instead of choosing a prose one? José […]
an interview with author Antonio Mora VéleZ
A summary for our spanish speaking friends of our most popular items from September
Bringing you the first Science Fiction Poetry Association’s annual Halloween poetry reading.
A review of a fabulous little chapbook written by Shannon Connor Winward: “Undoing Winter”
A review of a brand new online speculative fiction poetry magazine.
The conclusion of Diane Severson’s interview with poet and author Elizabeth Barrette.
An interview with full-time wordsmith Elizabeth Barrette
A sneak peak at this year’s Hispacon poster; Alpha Eridiani features poetry and new author Velez Antonio Mora and the The Library of Egia Cultural Centre in Donostia – San Sebastián will be offering a literary tea
The latest from Hispanoamerica
Fairy Tale reeducation via poetry
Our Diva delivers a short report on Worldcon and then dives right back into poetry
Today, something different. Spending a bit of time with the Elgin Award nominees.
A review of a poetry collection that includes a few directly inspired by the works of Lord Dunsany and H. P. Lovecraft.
“Horror is a church. Its blood-stained glass both colors and reflects its readers’ worldview. It sacrifices many readers on the altar of repugnance.”
Tanya rounds up the past months’ offerings in translation.
Tanya rounds up the most popular posts of May for our Spanish speaking audience.
A roundup of Sonya Taaffe’s poetry in a variety of print and online outlets. Quite the tour!
Clark’s poems are first and foremost informative, then creepy, grisly and even a little bit tongue-in-cheek funny.
The latest and greatest from the spanish speaking (writing) genre world!
A review of Luminous Worlds, including mythology, zombies and Lovecraftian horror
A review of the entire 30th issue of Mythic Delirium magazine.
Trolling the internet for wonderful tidbits of and about poetry, this is what I came away with.
A review of the latest poetry collection – Blue Sunset – from Mary Jo Rabe.
Diva Diane goes one better! Reviews of When Rockets Burn Through and Space Of Their Own. More poetry audio today than you can shake a stick at – so save your energy and listen instead.
Diane confesses: you’re only getting this speculative poetry roundup because she didn’t finish her review. But don’t worry, it’s mostly British….