Like many other temps, Anna works for a soulless company with little regard for the people it uses up. The only difference is that she temps in the underworld of supervillains
A review of the stories, poems and interview in the latest issue of Pulp Literature magazine
For a little dystopic distraction from our dystopia, try these reads.
Today Steve reviews a Russian science fiction movie set during the days of the USSR. Russia’s putting out some pretty good SF movies these days!
Mexican author Gerardo Horacio Porcayo's novel, Back to the Skin, evokes Well's Island of Doctor Moreau.
Robots and Space Opera feature in this month's roundup
Praise for Strahan's annual best anthology
Coverage of a 1967 lecture by Jorge Luis Borges on - "Fantastic Literature"
Steve finishes a two-part review of the July-August issue of F&SF—the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. It’s an excellent issue of a top SF/F magazine!
The description in this tale is lush and vivid, conjuring up details of a spiritual reality quite different from Western tradition.
Steve starts a two-part review of the July-August issue of F&SF—the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. It’s a very good magazine!
Again, Steve reviews a retro movie from the ‘50s. He must like them... except we don’t think he liked this one!
Some fans don’t like old black-and-white movies. This one, while not without a certain charm, may be part of the reason. Or not... you decide!
A review of the re-issued novel by Colombian author Luis Noriega - Iménez
This volume is focused on Bradbury’s early work and activities that have previously been unavailable to most readers, including 120+ articles, stories, drawings and references from a variety of early fan publications
A review of Incredible Stories magazine #17.
An internationally published post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by Bolivian author Maximiliano Barrientos
This issue a good mix of fun and creepiness, with some first class writing.
Debut novels galore! Hard SF, Mil-SF and more!
The fourth issue of the magazine the Astounding Award (for Best New Author) is named.
A review of the new Peruvian magazine Crononautas
A review of The Custodians of the Stone the new novel by Ecuadorian writer Fernando Naranjo Espinoza
A review of Ecuadorian writer Andrés Ortiz Lemos collection Fata Morgana
This week Steve brings back—in honour of Shark Week—a column from six years ago about the SYFY movie Sharknado. Does it hold up? Maybe we’ll all have to watch it to find out!
Catherine’s experience as a publisher offers a role model in terms of what it takes to make the commitment.
Ghost-Hunting for Dummies by Zak Bagans is an insightful book that can provide both knowledge and entertainment for the aspiring paranormal investigator.
A discussion of "post-historical" science fiction, based on The Unpublished Adventures of Teofilus Jones by Fedosy Santaella,
Our second review of Sawyer's latest; well worth two reviews, well worth the read.
An examination of the novels of Argentinian author Samanta Schweblin
What’s a “movie novelization”? Steve tells you about two of his favourite movies that were novelized. Was it well done? Yes... and no. Read it and find out!