Tanya rounds up the Latino field with new books, magazines and happenings.
The Company of Glaciers, Georges Jean Arnaud’s epic 86 volume series (and counting)
Did the past season seem lackluster? Well, get ready to be snowed under by more sf options than ever!
A Knife, a Fork, a Bottle, and a Cork by Sean C Hayden is a post-apocalyptic novella packed with enough dystopian elements to fill a full-length novel.
This week Steve reviews three newer books: one is outstanding and the other two are worth reading. What’re the odds on that?
Jim C. Hines, known for his fantasy novels, tries his hand at humorous military SF and presents us with an unlikely group of heroes—Janitors of the Post-Apocalypse.
Mickey Mouse a gogo is undoubtedly seminal: a work of science fiction theatre that opens up reflections and worries.
A well-balanced mixture of science fiction, romance, and mystery, After Bees by B. C. Nyren is less about the fall of nature and more about the fall of humanity.
The Last of Us is a well realized computer game that contains both a thrilling zombie story and brilliant drama.
The cult classic Freeway Fighter originally created by Ian Livingstone makes a spectacular comeback as it roars into your favorite comic book stores.
The upcoming anime season is going to be titanic… in more than one sense.
An interview with Gorka Pera Seijo, autho of “Los supervivientes del arca,” the rules of a new Spanish language writing competition and the announcement of the publication of Spanish speculative fiction magazines.
Into the Guns by William C. Dietz takes readers into a dark future where today’s social and political indifferences in the face of adversity may bring an end to the United States.
Turning that distinctive recipe of post-apocalyptic literature on edge once again by taking readers to destroyed alternate worlds, Survival Game is the second “Apocalypse Duology” installment by Gary Gibson.
The not-quite-a-zombie novel Children of the Different will be for you if world level catastrophes are your cup of tea.
I just watched World War Z last week, and it was not my first zombie movie of the year. It probably will not be my last. Zombies are the new vampire. They’re everywhere in every permutation, and show no signs of slowing. In fact, they seem to be getting faster these days. If you don’t […]