Steve reviews a “sci-fi” movie from 2018, which cribs… er, steals… er, is loosely based on Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick.”
The Ecuadorian writer Jorge Vivanco has published a novel in Milan-Italy that borders on science fiction and fantasy. This is titled: Albanuma: the lost city (Ageebooks, 2015), which is in its second edition.
Help fund this exciting anthology of SF stories and science essays that looks at what life “out there” might be like. An outreach project working with the European Astrobiology Institute
SF Colloquium at the Navarra Book Fair, Minotauro publishes “Homine ex machina” by Carlos Sisí and a Presentation in Pamplona of “Closed Skies”, the novel winner of the 2020 UPC Science Fiction Prize.
New releases and a suggestion on how to use books to encourage social distancing
A complete history of Canadian Fantastica! A lot longer than you think, but shorter than it could have been!
In this week’s viewing: ODDTAXI adds more threads to its tangled web, Shadows House reveals more of its workings, and more!
Sample before you buy. Isn’t that what romance is all about? The sampling?
Rodolfo Martínez is authoring a column on Spanish science fiction for the Cervantes Virtual Center, which is devoted to disseminating Spanish literature and culture.
In this week’s viewing: One more preview, some second looks, and a lineup for the rest of the season!
Announcing the fifth annual Isaac Asimov Award.
Multiple authors share their inspirations for stories published in the Fix the World anthology.
Award winning author Nnedi Okorafor interviewed on NPR’s 1A
The latest news in Castilian fantastic literature – including new novels from Macip Garzón, Giovanna Rivero, Rodolfo Martínez and more
Discon 3 is honored to announce the finalists for the 2021 Hugo Awards, Astounding Award for Best New Writer, and Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book. The list can be found on our website at https://discon3.org/whats-on/hugo-awards-wsfs/hugo-awards/ and at the bottom of this email. There were 1249 valid nominating ballots (1246 electronic and 3 paper) […]
Following the bankruptcy, Gernsback is forced to give up the helm. Here is a review of the last issue published under his editorship.
Peruvian critic Fernando Osorio needs some help; new releases from Ediciones Ayarmanot, Cathartes Ediciones, Letras en Rojo, Pages of Foam and others; new issues from Axxon, Machine Combinatorial, Primero Sueño and more; new videos, events and more
A discourse on the story THE YOUNG MAN WHO SUBIÓ AL CIELO; profiles of several additional authors including José María, Jorge A., Cuzco and Jesús Lara Lara
Steve reviews the March-April F&SF and then the newish movie “Freaky.” Should you watch it? Maybe, if you’re younger than, say, 30. Otherwise… meh.
Wry humor, political intrigue and alternate history combine in this fantasy romp
In this week’s viewing: All-new season, all-new shows!
Hispacon 2021 will be virtual, details for the IV Science Fiction Novel Prize “City of Knowledge” announced,
Martha Wells, J.S. Dewes and Julie E. Czerneda are featured in this roundup of upcoming releases.
In this week’s viewing: Wrapping up the season with three shows and no endings.
Berlin Sci-Fi Filmfest presents the Australian Sci-Fi Showcase in association with Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival on Saturday to Sunday, April 3-4, 2021.
Award winning series Nova Fantástica project, ends.
Even in the future, people are idiots, they’re just in spaceships now.
Spring, and an anime fan’s fancy turns to the insane number of new shows coming our way momentarily.
Apparently, you CAN rely on the human race for something, and screwing things up would be that thing.
In this week’s viewing: Higurashi gets a flashback, Attack on Titan gets a flashback, everyone gets a flashback!