a science fiction mystery novel taking place in a small town in Lower Canada in 1911
After a delay, Steve finally finishes his review of Volume 1 of Anthony Boucher’s Treasury of Great Science Fiction from 1959. Surprisingly, most of these 60-plus-year-old stories still hold up!
Interviews with the authors of novels in a shared universe Science Fiction Romance series
In this week's viewing: The last few premieres turn grim, and most of the season lineup is set.
Other than Aliens, is there anything more science-fictional than spaceships?
This year's Sidewise Awards for Alternate History Announced
Amazing's bankruptcy immediately spawned two new science fiction magazines
Announcing the winner of the XVII International Contest of Fantastic Microcount miNatura 2019: IN THE CABINET OF DOCTOR TULP by Josep Maria Calverol LLauro ( of Spain)
An interview with French author Jean Christophe Gapdy, including a brief discussion of "Francofuturism"
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."
New Spanish language books, magazines, films and events
In this week's viewing: Two enter, one leaves... and one has to go on the shelf until premiere time is over.
Journey to Where by Steven Paul Leiva is a fresh adventure that reads like a number of familiar SF classics, but with a hint of modern elements taken from today’s headlines.
"A certain catastrophe" pays tribute to post apocalyptic cinema
It's almost time for a fresh shipment of new shows from Japan.
Whether you like the pumpkin spice offerings of literary sf, the fresh apple cider of time travel with some humor thrown in, or the rich October brews of space opera, there’s something for pretty much everyone this month.
In this week's veiwing: Granbelm and Dr. Stone host arguments about who's going to be killed for the sake of whom, and someone is leaving early.
Introducing Acronos - an anthology of steampunk terror!
Annalee Newitz Autonomous is a fairly brutal book at points, but it's never hopeless. It explores the limits of idealism and good intentions
an interview with Michael Mammay, author of Spaceside
Volume 2 of a themed collection series of stories by Robert J. Sawyer, author of the being made into a film series WWW
Scientific Fiction publishes its previous year's selections (downloadable) and new releases are announced
Something enormous has happened in the past forty years: girls are finally reading stories about dragons and space travel. Source: Finding Science Fiction and Fantasy...
You knew we were going to get here sooner or later, didn't you. One of the most interesting things about aliens showing up in videogames is that they often serve the same purpose as they do in broader science fiction.
Scientific investigations conducted at the Gernsback offices...and a report on the July, 1928 issue of the magazine
If Amazing Stories had a "Star Picks" program, The Calculating Stars by Mary Robinette Kowal would be our first inductee!
Normally, we'd not let the guy review his own publication...but we're not normally and R Graeme is Graeme, so let it fly!
Coverage of the Ansiblefest, and event centered on feminist science fiction
In this week's viewing: Dr. Stone and The Ones Within turn enemies into allies, and more!
Libros Editorial Bisonte y WhaltariBooks presentaron el 1 de agosto la novela “Nosocomium" del escritor Christ Gutiérrez-Rodríguez (Premio Copé de Oro, 2012). Los comentarios estuvieron...