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SF Trivia Contest #2

SF Trivia Contest #2

Two different prizes, each consisting of a 1 year (4 issues) digital subscription to Amazing Stories, will be awarded in each contest. Read More »

There Might Not

There Might Not

maybe an editorial today Read More »

END OF YEAR REVIEW: F&SF for NOV/DEC 2018

END OF YEAR REVIEW: F&SF for NOV/DEC 2018

For his final column of 2018, Steve dives into the Nov./Dec. issue of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, which everyone just calls “F&SF.” It tastes great and is more filling with fewer calories than competing magazines! Read More »

SF Trivia Contest #2

SF Trivia Contest #2

Two different prizes, each consisting of a 1 year (4 issues) digital subscription to Amazing Stories, will be awarded in each contest. Read More »

Clubhouse: Building a Genre Film Library

Clubhouse: Building a Genre Film Library

When I say “Film Library,” I don’t mean paying money to download an electronic file. I’m a twentieth century sort of guy and loathe such, viewing them as ephemeral at best. I prefer a physical collection of Blu-rays and DVDs which belong to me and can be watched as long as the technology to play them exists, which, at my age (67) should be good for the rest of my life. Why bother, you ask? I remem... Read More »

Reseña de Libro: Más Espacio del que Soñamos de Leonardo Espinoza Benavides

Reseña de Libro: Más Espacio del que Soñamos de Leonardo Espinoza Benavides

A review of Leonardo Espinoza Benavides's More Space of Which We Dream is a fix-up novel whose language is reminiscent of Bradbury and Aldiss Read More »

Virgin Galactic Returns to “Space”  (Video)

Virgin Galactic Returns to “Space” (Video)

Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic aims to be the first company to take space tourists to space...but there's some debate as to exactly where space begins Read More »

Little Foot Skeleton May be an Entirely New Species of Early Human

Little Foot Skeleton May be an Entirely New Species of Early Human

"Little Foot", originally discovered in 1994 and that has taken over 20 years to excavate, and originally thought to be the first nearly complete Australopithecus, may be a member of a new species, and the first hominid to walk upright. Read More »

Anime roundup 12/13/2018: Levelling Up

Anime roundup 12/13/2018: Levelling Up

In this week's viewing: SSSS.Gridman has its best monster fights ever, Double Decker explains about a million things, and more! Read More »

AMAZING SF TRIVIA CONTEST WINNERS!

AMAZING SF TRIVIA CONTEST WINNERS!

Amazing Stories is pleased to announce that we have our first pair of winners of the weekly Amazing SF Trivia Contest! Read More »

Noticias Literatura 12-12

Noticias Literatura 12-12

Author Vicente Adam Cardona has died; Golem & Gabriel prizes and a new release VenganZa by Gemma Herrero Virto. Read More »

Large, strangely dim galaxy found lurking on far side of Milky Way | Science | AAAS

Large, strangely dim galaxy found lurking on far side of Milky Way | Science | AAAS

The Local Group just gott bigger! Read More »

OSIRIS-REx spacecraft already found water on its target asteroid

OSIRIS-REx spacecraft already found water on its target asteroid

Even the asteroids have water! Read More »

A dark matter hurricane is crashing into Earth

A dark matter hurricane is crashing into Earth

You can't see it or feel it; scientists can barely detect it, but right now, you're being slammed by dark matter traveling at over 300 miles per second! Read More »

The Most Powerful Ion Drive Ever is About to Blast a Spacecraft to Mercury

The Most Powerful Ion Drive Ever is About to Blast a Spacecraft to Mercury

A test of the most powerful ion drive yet created. Read More »

11 Real World Flying Car Projects

11 Real World Flying Car Projects

Allright already, here's your freakin flyin car. Thanks. Now, where's my jetpack? Read More »

One of the planets around TRAPPIST-1 may have an ocean 

One of the planets around TRAPPIST-1 may have an ocean 

We can (maybe) detect an ocean from almost 40 light years awayy...wow Read More »

Physicists Have a New Idea for Faster-Than-Light Travel

Physicists Have a New Idea for Faster-Than-Light Travel

Your science dollars at work: where before it was thought the Alcubeirre Drive would require "more energy than the universe posesses", they're now down to a theoretical "couple of tons" worth of energy. Read More »

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SF Trivia Contest #2

SF Trivia Contest #2

Two different prizes, each consisting of a 1 year (4 issues) digital subscription to Amazing Stories, will be awarded in each contest. Read More »

Physicists Have a New Idea for Faster-Than-Light Travel

Physicists Have a New Idea for Faster-Than-Light Travel

Your science dollars at work: where before it was thought the Alcubeirre Drive would require "more energy than the universe posesses", they're now down to a theoretical "couple of tons" worth of energy. Read More »

Steven Barnes:  Into the Spider-Verse.  A Review and a Discussion

Steven Barnes: Into the Spider-Verse. A Review and a Discussion

"Black audiences notice, though. I remember being about Jason age, about 14, just forming my self image, and going to see such movies. Maybe it was “The Dirty Dozen.” When I got back home, raving about it, the other black kids in my neighborhood asked me a terrible question: “how did they kill the brother this time?”" Read More »

Book Review: Daemon Voices: Essays on Storytelling by Philip Pullman

Book Review: Daemon Voices: Essays on Storytelling by Philip Pullman

For those of us who write fiction, he has countless wise and constructive advice to offer Read More »

Articles populaires de novembre

Articles populaires de novembre

Popular posts, en Francais Read More »

AMAZING NEWS:  DECEMBER 9TH, 2O18

AMAZING NEWS: DECEMBER 9TH, 2O18

New Dust featurette, a booklight that looks like a book, ashes in orbit, trident throwing contest and more Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM:  December 9th, 2018

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: December 9th, 2018

Inside code of conduct violation resolution, awards, award judges, SFWA news and more Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Interview with Varley, Amazing Stories TV show filming are at the top of our top posts this week! Read More »

The Quick-n-Hasty Non-Editorial

The Quick-n-Hasty Non-Editorial

Thoughts on instruction manuals in regards to health care costs. Read More »

BOOK REVIEWS: Murder on Millionaires’ Row and 19 Gates of Hell

BOOK REVIEWS: Murder on Millionaires’ Row and 19 Gates of Hell

This week, Steve looks at a supernatural murder mystery historical romance—if you can believe that label—and an anthology of original modern horror stories. He enjoyed both of them—will your mileage vary? Read More »

Bringing balance to the universe: New theory could explain missing 95 percent of the cosmos

Bringing balance to the universe: New theory could explain missing 95 percent of the cosmos

"For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction". Not so fast there, Dr. Newton Read More »

These 9 Companies Will Help NASA Return Humans to the Moon

These 9 Companies Will Help NASA Return Humans to the Moon

With names like Firefly Aerospace, Intuitive Machines, Moon Express, and Orbit Beyond, one wonders what business we're in Read More »

The 6 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe

The 6 Greatest Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe

#7. Why? Read More »

Superman The Movie: 40 years on, it’s the Marvel fans who should love it

Superman The Movie: 40 years on, it’s the Marvel fans who should love it

Despite its DC character, the 1978 Superman is in many ways the progenitor of the MCU Read More »

Anime roundup 12/6/2018: A Dream, Within a Dream

Anime roundup 12/6/2018: A Dream, Within a Dream

In this week's viewing: SSSS.Gridman gets recursive, The Girl in Twilight gets delusional, and more! Read More »

A Stellar Assortment of Science Fiction Romance New Releases

A Stellar Assortment of Science Fiction Romance New Releases

SF Romance is getting it on, from NYT best selling authors to cover art that rivals the best deep space and spaceships artt Read More »

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