In this week's viewing: Higurashi spams the system, Akudama Drive invokes a handy mob, and more!
A review of Ecuadorian author Rafael Lugo Naranjo's, Tripa Mistic
Announcing the winners of the INTERAC Science Fiction Script Contest
As a longtime resident of Los Angeles, I am always drawn in by opening shots of the freeways deserted and overgrown with rampant ivy.
No Police = Know Future, a collection of stories examining the future of policing, available now.
Hemil introduces the horror traditions established by Mary Shelley, Anne Radcliffe and their literary descendants - Raquel Castro, Tanya Tynjälä and Solange Rodríguez Pappe
Stories with low stakes and small rewards, little triumphs, happy chances.
In his last column ever... for 2020... Steve talks about two books by Jeffrey A. Carver, and hopes you all have a wonderful winter season.
In this week's viewing: Talentless Nana delves into the protagonist's backstory, Akudama Drive offs yet another character, and more, plus a bonus premiere!
How do you like your pectorals and abs? Blue? Striped? Spotted? Fortunately, the universe is large enough, it looks like you'll find your preferences somewhere, or at least in one of these SF Romance titles
Celsius 232 F/SF/H Festival will work with the British Science Fiction Association to bring Spanish SF to a wider audience
RIP Joseph Altairac; Former New Worlds publisher launches a new webzine, more
Venerian? Venusian? Join the debate in this review of the December, 1928 issue of Amazing Stories
A review of Bolivian author Hugo Revollo's collection Cosmonaut: Retrofuturist and Fantastic Tales
Capsule reviews of the latest issues of Incredible Stories
In this week's viewing: Akudama Drive's heroine builds her new criminal personality, Talentless Nana reveals unexpected depths to another classmate, and more!
Who doesn't want to get hot and steamy during the holidays?
TerBi's 15th issue offers short stories from a contest; Scientific Fiction website looking for stories.
Enjoy these new releases as you put 2020 in the rear view mirror
This week Steve reviews the November-December issue of F&SF. It's also the second-to-last issue that will be edited by C.C. Finlay, who wants to return to writing. It's a fine issue to end the year on!
Introducing a new anthology of Ecuadorian SF
In this week's viewing: Jujutsu Kaisen gets another murderous villain started up, Higurashi has another bloody end to an arc, Akudama Drive really piles them up, and more!
Video of the talk on Domingo Santos, with Paco Arellano and Alberto Avila; Annual Programming Contest of "Programamos" will be dedicated to "Asimov and science fiction"; contest details inside.
A review of a new release by a controversial author.
When the Core General ambulance ship, I Race To Seek the Living, arrives at the centuries-old STL colony ship Big Rock Candy Mountain, they find the crew of thousands in cryo, weird Tinkertoy bots everywhere, and a golden fembot named Hellen Alloy watching over them.
New releases in magazines, books, films and more
In this week's viewing: Talentless Nana gets trapped by zombies, Jujutsu Kaisen has a lesson on pocket dimensions, and more!
Science has made hardly a single step that scientifiction has not foretold. And science, in return, has disclosed a million new and startling facts, to serve as wings for the scientifiction author's brain.
The 2020 Ignotus Awards Winners
The War of the Worlds; a retro-review of the greatest alien invasion story of all time