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The most difficult speculation for a science fiction writer to undertake is to imagine correctly the *secondary* implications of a new factor.
What does the future portend for a world inhabited by the franchise generation?
New Windumanoth issue including interviews with N.K. Jemisin and Tim Powers, and more
Video de la charla “La física del universo cinematográfico Marvel” de José Manuel Uría Aquí se puede ver el vídeo de una de las presentaciones más divertidas del pasado Celsius 232: la de “La física del universo cinematográfico Marvel”, de José Manuel Uría. Participa el autor acompañado de Diego García Cruz. https://sentidodelamaravilla.blogspot.com/2018/08/video-presentacion-de-la-fisica-del.html Artículo en “El […]
“Expanding Universes”, a critical anthology of Peruvian Science Fiction, was presented at the International Book Fair in Lima, Peru.
Three new novels from Cerbero Press, Supersonic Magazine 11 with a special devoted to Le Guin, Quasar 3, a hard SF anthology and a “Cli Fi” anthology
A review of the two volume anthology set from Sofía Rhei, Lola Robles and Teresa López-Pellisa, focusing on Dystopias and Post-Humanism
Hispacon’s 2018 poster, interviews with Kameron Hurley, new novels released and more
Apache announces its future lineup and MiNatura releases a special poetry edition.
John Scalzi atttending Celsius 2019; Visions 2018 publishes new authors in their annual anthology; Spanish Language Hugo Awards (Ignotus), Kameron Hurley talks at Telefónica Space in Madrid, and more!
The first book in the new Lost Wonders series, Shackleton’s Folly by Todd Yunker is a fast-paced space adventure that races across a universe teetering on the edge of human existence.
Details for the Domingo Santos story Award contest, to be held at Hispacon 2018
Antonio Mora Vélez’s Journey to the Neighboring Universe is a collection that transcends boundaries.
Kameron Hurley to speak at Telefónica Cultural Space, the Asimov Foundation of Barcelona honors Heinlein, and video presentations of the anthologies Distopica and Post Humans
TerBi offers a contest on the theme of “Space Immigration”; SciFiWorld ceases publication, more
Hispacon 2018 & a presentation of the novel Otro Tiempo
The Philip José Farmer Centennial Collection from Meteor House is one of the most comprehensive collections highlighting the authors wide range of talent.
AnsibleFest – a feminist science fiction conference – launches and a new issue of Windumanoth magazine is released.
Big SF Happenings in Vitoria and San Sebastian
TerBi Workshop #5 – Temporary Paradoxes
If you give a damn about the characters, a few alternate history liberties ought not get in your way.
Trapped in Space by David Johnson is one of those fun Science Fiction stories that will inspire young readers continue reading beyond the classroom.
Two new releases: The Star Wars Ideology and a doctoral thesis on Spanish Geek culture.
On a cruise ship called the Queen of the Sea in the Mediterranean Sea shortly after the death of Alexander the Great….
Ulthar 4 goes on sale, and an SF script contest opens for submissions.
Carlos Sáiz Cidoncha March 27th, 2018; and the Visions 2018 anthology opens for submissions;
An interview with Joseba Paulorena, author of “Muerte en blanco”
The Mexican writer, Laura Elena Cáceres, reviews Berzerker’s Anger by Monterrey Nuevo León
miNatura announces the X International Fair of Poetry Fantastic miNatura 2018 (inlcuding rules); The Library of the Labyrinth announces an anthology of Juan García Atienza; the University of Madrid hosts a Lovecraft colloquim on March 16; the Bookstore En Portada Cómics presented “Gods, ghosts or demons” by Jesús Gordillo and a raffle for books is being conducted to promote the Ignotus Awards.