Ernest Liley nous présente les romans à lire en avril; https://amazingstories.com/2021/04/science-fiction-to-look-for-april-2021/ R Graeme Cameron chronique Blood of the siren CLUBHOUSE: Review: “Flight of the Siren” by Brendan Myers. Tanya Tynjala présente un roman de Luis Saavedra Reseña de Libro: Lentos Animales Interdimensionales de Luis Saavedra. R Graeme Cameron présente un roman de A David Singh […]
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French SF author Daniel Walther has died.
A short yet telling review of Sorcerers and Men, a fix up novel featuring protagonists readers ought to hate.
A summary of posts for French readers.
The Company of Glaciers, Georges Jean Arnaud’s epic 86 volume series (and counting)
Kickstarter, SF Romance, Douglas Adams, and lots of Lost in Space
The sequel to F.E.L.I.N.E., a fine balance of the love of science fiction and popular culture
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The evolution of contemporary art through science fiction
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French publishers are working on releasing two new journals – in print
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It’s award season here, and it’s award season in France, too! Romain Lucazeau wins best novel for Latium.
A presentation of three new small press publishers in France.
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A report on the discussions at Utopiales de Namtes
Jean Christophe Gapdy is an exciting new voice in French science fiction.
An overview of the most popular articles on Amazing Stories in September for French readers.
A look at French superheroes, including one literary prototype that arguably initiated the genre.
A list of some of the most popular Amazing Stories articles of August for French readers.
While there have been French fantasy authors who started playing and/or writing about Role Playing Games, the connection is complicated.
Highlights of Amazing Stories for French readers.
Quaillou is an entertaining novel which reflects upon power and its relationship to desire, among other things.
F.E.L.I.N.E. Arnauld Pontier Rivière Blanche Arnauld Ponthier est un auteur un peu atypique dans le milieu de la SF. Il a en effet écrit aussi des romans de littérature générale. Autant dire que l’on s’attendrait pas à ce qu’il écrive des romans extrêmement pulp comme celui ci. Lina est une transhumaine, l’une des 8 F.E.L.I.N.E. […]
Chronicle of the launch of a history of what is done to bodes after they die, a work of experimental fiction that demands a lot of the reader, and more.
A look at some French fantasy comics.