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miNatura's 160th issue special = the Ministry of Time
A discussion of three periods in Cuban science fiction.
Cuban science fiction writers talk about what Star Trek meant to them.
An interview with award winning artist Alejandro Colucci (A link to an English translation available in the post)
Now that Cuba is opening up, it's time to take a look at its genre offerings
Science Fiction and Fantasy straight from Cuba.
Who is who in Latin American science fiction? We begin with Peru.
An interview with Carlos M. Federici: "“They tell me that I am a member of the human species, specifically an inhabitant of Montevideo, Uruguay."
A Cuban film festival featuring the science fiction film Omega 3 by Eduardo del Llano - and an interview with the director
An interview with Pilar Pedraza, award-winning author and Professor of History in Art & Film at Valencia University.
An interview with Chilean author Jorge Baradit
An interview with Cuban fantasy author Daína Chaviano
Ricardo Acevedo gives up his space for a guest post by Cristina Jurado Marcos; Cristina interviews three authors, a translator and a publisher about the contributions of women to science fiction, fantasy and horror
Ricardo reports on Hispacon XXXI and the Premios Ignotus awards
A multi-lingual interview with Plum
A wild visit with José Miguel “Yoss” Sánchez Gómez
Examples of Cuban mythological creatures and their myths.
STARSHIP CENTURY es producto del simposio homónimo que reúne a las grandes estrellas de firmamento científico y ficticio… Una fusión de la ciencia y la ficción.
Por Ricardo Acevedo Esplugas El Behíque era un representante en la Tierra de la Diosa Atabey en las Antillas, y tenía a cargo las artes...
De Mary Shelley a Kenneth Branagh Ricardo Acevedo E. Henry Frankenstein: Look! It's moving. It's alive. It's alive... It's alive, it's moving, it's alive, it's alive,...
Por Ricardo Acevedo Esplugas Imagenes: CRSignes y Alberto Arribas Al principio solo había oscuridad… En ese vacío primigenio surgieron dos mundos: uno de fuego, y el otro...