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An excellent summary of Science Fiction in China, 2015
Book, magazines, conventions & conferences!
Cosmocapsula launches a new podcast for Amazing Stories
Este es el promo del podcast de ciencia ficción Cosmocápsula goes Amazing, un programa dedicado a la ciencia ficción que se produce alrededor del mundo, con episodios en inglés y en español.
Tanya rounds up everything SFnal in the spanish speaking world
Hard work and developments at the University of Neuvo Leon signal a resurgence of Mexican science fiction.
Genre happenings in Spanish
A bilingual convention profile!
Napoleon's zombie army crosses the channel
Two weeks ago Matt stepped through a timeslip.
Our resident playwright offers a glimpse into the annual Stage the Future conference.
NEW stuff from Spanish America!
A round up of new things from our spanish speaking friends
Part 4 of an investigation of author Jose Durand.
Investigations of the Peruvian fantastical kind
Investigations into the works of Joseph Durand.
New conventions, conferences, magazine issues & releases
A post by guest blogger Daniela Sarras Hadweh, being a psychological examination of the monster and the national imagination
A report on 2014's International Congress of Fantastic Fiction, help in Lima Peru
A report on and a photo gallery from the VII International Colloquium for Fiction Fantastic held at the Center for Literary Studies Antonio Cornejo Polar Lima - Peru
A guest post on science and science fiction by author V.L. Jennings
A review of a history of You Are the Hero adventure game books.
Matt turns aside Richard Evan's arguments against counterfactual history. That is, he does so here, in this time track....
A response to some emails received here at Amazing Stories HQ
Excerpts from the conference "Mapping the story and the fantastic essay" by writer Ramón López Castro held in May this year at the bookstore Fray Servando Teresa de Mier Economic Culture Fund, in Monterrey, Mexico.
Eaton Collection under attack by mundanes!
Big foot is not real. Q.E.D.
Science Fiction is a rarity in Mexican literature, but students working at university are trying to change that.
The Road to Middle-Earth is a wonderful companion to any trip across Middle-earth and it is a welcome reminder of the huge craft that J.R.R. Tolkien brought to his work.
At some point during the Festival du livre de Science Fiction (Science Fiction Book Festival) in 1977, Yves Braux conducted a televised interview with...