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AMAZING THINGS: Weston’s The IX Now an International Best Seller...

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Andrew P. Weston's best seller goes international, and Amazing Stories can share in the credit!

TWO MOVIES AND A BOOK: Reviews of The Good, The Bad...

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This week Steve looks at two movies and an anthology. Great anthology, one lousy film and one... what?

Novedades de Marzo en Hispanoamérica

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A job in the field!, magazines, books, radio, conventions and on the web - all the latest!

Portal – An Original Scripted Drama Premiere

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I belong to several online groups through Facebook and other various media, as I’m sure many of you do, too. I came across in...

AMAZING PEOPLE: Pulp 2.0 Re-Releases Spangler’s The Time Machine Comic

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Contributor Bill Spangler's rendition of Well's The Time Machine is re-released by Pulp 2.0

NEW BOOK REVIEWS: Walter Mosley and Robert Charles Wilson  

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This week Steve reviews books by Walter Mosley and Robert Charles Wilson. Good books!

Top Post de Febrero

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What we wrote about in Febrero

Comics Still Available

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There's still some copies left!

AMAZING THINGS: Nightshade Books Releases By Blood We Live

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A new release from Nightshade books - a vampire anthology edited by John Joseph Adams

Book Review: Orphan Brigade by Henry V. O’Neil

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Henry V. O'Neil keeps us guessing, and wanting more, in this second installment of the Sim Wars.

WE DON’T NEED ANOTHER “HEROES”—or do we? “POWERS” debuts!      

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Taking a break from his Personal Time Machine, Steve looks at the first episode of Playstation Network's first original series, "POWERS."

Matthew Mather’s Darknet Released

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Darknet by Matthew Mather: Boiler room meets Philip K. Dick.

RELEASE DAY: A Doctor for the Enterprise Now Available for...

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It's HERE! The long-awaited science fiction parody mash-up of Star Trek and Doctor Who - A Doctor for the Enterprise!

The Making Of A Doctor for the Enterprise

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The epic journey of Homer's Odyssey has nothing on this journey!

AMAZING PEOPLE: First Empire by Michael J. Sullivan

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Michael. J. Sullivan, Del Rey and Fuse LIterary announce four (+1?) deal.

Kick-starter: Case File – Arkham

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Hardboiled. Lovecraft. McEvoy. Finney. Don't need more than that!

AMAZING THINGS: Night Shade Offers Best SF & F of the...

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Jonathan Strahan and "best of the year anthology" kind of go together, don't they?

FILM REVIEWS: NEWLY-FILMED HEINLEIN in “PREDESTINATION”!

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This week Steve dislikes Keanu Reeves and Tricia Helfer, but really, really likes Ethan Hawke in a Heinlein-to-film movie!

AMAZING NEWS: Open Road February Sale

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Whether you call it literary or not, this is a great sale of some great Science Fiction!

ROTSLER REVIVAL: Review of THE FAR FRONTIER and PATRON OF THE...

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Steve looks at two "new" releases--classic SF by the late William Rotsler, multitalented fan, writer and artist.

Novedades de Enero en Hispanoamérica

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NEW stuff from Spanish America!

AMAZING PEOPLE: Dianne Gardner Offers Up Two New Stories

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Dianne Lynn Gardner offers up two new stories. One word: underwater romance

AMAZING THINGS: Fantastic Books is Now Fivetastic!

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Fantastic Books unveils five new titles

Open Road Media Goes Nalo – and We Have an Excerpt

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Witchcraft and sensuality in Excerpt from Nalo Hopkinson's The Salt Road

AMAZING PEOPLE: John Whalen’s Mordecai Slate Returns in New Adventures!

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Mordecai Slate is back in a collection by John M. Whalen

AMAZING PEOPLE: Andrew Weston’s Novel THE IX: Set for January...

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Amazing Stories contributor Andrew P Weston's novel The IX set for January release!

Reseña de Libro: Hambre de Caza de Francesco Vitola Rognini

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A review of a book with echoes of Philip K. Dick

Joe Haldeman Discusses The Forever War

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Personal connections to The Forever War and a new edition released by Open Road Media

Novedades de Noviembre en Hispanoamérica

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New conventions, conferences, magazine issues & releases

AMAZING THINGS: DPS Releases Arthur Byron Cover’s Autumn Angels

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"It takes the materials of everyday entertainments—pulp heroes, movies, comics, detective stories—and transforms them ... into a gestalt that is fresh ..." Harlan Ellison