NASA should ask Boeing and SpaceX for more.
“Nuestra parte de noche” wins Grand Prix d’l Imaginaire 2022; “Exploring the possible worlds of science fiction” to be taught by Daniela Lomartti; history and adventures of Flash Gordon, and more
An alien armada is making its presence felt along the far reaches of Teixcalaanli space. Immune to seductive overtures of friendship extended to them. An intelligent, thought provoking and refreshingly different take of the usual ‘Space Opera’ slant
This is what happens when we cast spells without having read the whole spell book first
“Overall, a pretty good number”
Kelvin 505 Awards finalists, Celsius 2022 festival poster, New issues of “Windumanoth” and “Incredible Stories” magazines, and “Tentacle Pulp” Issue 28
A Different Set of Lips
Congress gets into UFOs today
Buck Rogers, originated in Amazing Stories magazine as “Anthony” Rogers, would eventually go on to a long career as “Luck Skywalker”.
New TV episodes and series, Black Hole pics, Lunar Eclipse tonight, more
Your got your pointy awards here. You got your French awards, your Scandinavian awards, your awards named for fish authors and awards named for steam engine workers, you got your….
Arthur C. Clarke, Sword & Sorcery, Pulp Lit, Croatian National SF convention, Del Rey Boom & Bust, more
Film & TV themes can often transport us to realms beyond our own
New releases – Codigofagia. Mexican Cinema and Science Fiction; Fanzine 11.5. fictional language; University of New Granada is coordinating the course: Ideology and figurations of monstrosity in the Spanish and Latin American narrative of the 21st century; Professor Giancarlo Stagnaro presents “Peruvian science fiction (1960-2020): between panoramas and promises”.
This issue is full of innovative, creative, and masterful concepts well worth reading
Rosa Forlano, a 90 year old Nonna, falls in love with a robot while teaching it how to make spaghetti. Unfortunately, her family recipe is erased by a software update.
Domingo Santos Award 2022 details; Fantastic Literature website resource
We think someone ought to do a study of the skin tones chosen by authors for their aliens. Is there some particular reason why green, purple and blue are prominently featured, or is it just circumstantial?
Jet packs, robots, laboratories with seemingly non-functioning apparatus, and look – someone else is trying to take over the world, AGAIN!
JustWatch offers up this weeks top shows on streaming services – both film and TV
Three teleplays based on stories by the famous SF writing team of C. L. Moore and Henry Kuttner (Lewis Padgett, Lawrence O’Donnell) for an indie film, Tales of Tomorrow and The Twilight Zone
Allegiance now streaming; Boeing Starliner’s window falls off; Quatermas; David Brin, more
Hugo Award bases; LDV acquired, Peanuts stamps, GAMA vs JDA and more
Virgil Finlay, Bob Madle, Amazing Stories Quarterly…it looks like an old time reunion this week in our most popular posts
A rock album this ain’t! What does Starship Troopers have in common with Iron Man and the Rocketeer? Maybe its helmets you can’t really see out of…or maybe its something else
Play House 90’s very first episode, written by Rod Serling, based on a Pat Frank novel and starring Charlton Heston, Diana Lynn, Tab Hunter and Vincent Price
Here’s a teaser for this week’s first two books
Elia Barceló to discuss her work “Death in Santa Rita”; Nano technology story contest to be hosted by the Festival of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
Perhaps the only Weinbaum story that’s been made into a film or television episode
A partial cover reveal serves as the announcement of a contest – readers can win free copies of our forthcoming anthology!