Get ready! After far too long a wait, the first five (of 6) episodes produced for the reboot of Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories television show...
A desperate widow in need of a helping hand… even a cybernetic one.
In the near future a young woman becomes a sleepworker
In this weeks viewing: All the winter premieres fit to watch! (...and one or two that aren't.)
Laura Elena Cáceres presented a review of a science fiction and fantasy book by author of Monterrey Nuevo León at the Monterrey International Book Fair.
Seanan McGuire’s Wayward Children series is a long story about home—the ones we’re born into and the ones we find or build—but with each new installment a second parallel theme has grown in importance: identity.
A review of SUPERCOLONIA by Héctor Alvarado
An interview with Arnauld Pontier, author of the F.E.L.I.N.E. trilogy
Women’s Weird: Strange Stories by Women, 1890-1940, edited by Melissa Edmundson is yet another fine example of publications bringing back important, influential work.
The Robots of Gotham is a fantastical futuristic ride, full of intrigue and intriguing tech.
In this week's viewing: Wrapping up the three shows that have run into anime's usual end-of-year quiet period.
The Science Fiction Site, a 23 year long Spanish website, has released an anthology
A survey of Ecuadoran Science Fiction and its 150+ year history
Imagine if Thomas Hardy were alive today and writing science fiction.
Anime never rests, so get ready for a new serving of shows coming soon!
In this week's viewing: Kemono Michi bows out, and three more shows are going to the end of the year.
Results of the Alberto Magnus contest and the Tales of Algernon anthology, 7th edition
This short reveals the true nature of our fears about robots and artificial intelligence.
In the face of an uncaring universe driven by physics and mathematics, what is fair?
Can you go back and 'fix' your childhood?
For his last column of the year and the decade, Steve reviews two excellent items: a new book by Lisa Mason, and the last 2019 F&SF. Both are well worth the read!
In this week's viewing: Dr. Stone ends its season on a high note, Special 7 upends everything, and more!
Yesterday, Luis Vigil, pioneer of the science fiction edition in Spain and co-director of Nueva Dimensión, the most important magazine of Spanish science fiction, died at seventy-nine.
Wagers’ first trilogy is one of the most entertaining and engaging space operas that I’ve ever read, and the second bids fair to build on that
A contest to search for a "symbol for scientifiction"
Every now and then, I uncover a 24-carat nugget that stands out from all the other gems. And “The Poppy War” by R. F. Kuang is one of them.
In this week's viewing: No Guns Life and Special 7 both have villains trying to take care of inconvenient henchmen, Dr. Stone goes wireless, and more!
Announcing the winners of the 2019 Ignotus Awards
In Starsight, the highly anticipated follow-up to Brandon Sanderson’s Skyward, we continue Spensa Nightshade’s journey as she strives to become the best fighter pilot in the Defiant Defence Force (DDF).
Addressing the "older woman" issue in genre fiction: The SFR author community seems very open to writing stories of action, adventure and romance for women of any age, depending on the story the writer wishes to tell.