DART will slam into Didymos’ moon tonight.
Weighing in on the Fan vs Pro Hugo Awards debate…but starting from the beginning, like a good story should.
An exciting critique of America and Mexico, set in a city that IS the wall between the two nations
This week – lots of new releases, Kickstarter announcements and your very favorite form of negative pontification!
The “usual” Pixel Scrolls (NOTHING is “usual” about Pixel Scroll) awards, essays and support for the Jewish Futures anthology Kickstarter – that is backed by Amazing Stories
Con reports, streaming series review, a Dust film, an anthology review and the unveiling of the cover of Cents of Wonder, our latest anthology, feature prominently in this week’s roundup of most popular posts.
DART is an attempt to verify a potential asteroid defense system. Where to watch.
Back in May a new SF series called Night Sky premiered, with terrific actors Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons. But Amazon nixed a second season. Have you seen it? Can you explain why Amazon killed it? I can’t.
New issues of Thesis magazine, Quimera, Babelicus and Historias Pulp released, plus lots more in this roundup of Latin American genre happenings.
The cover of the latest anthology from Amazing Stories is revealed!
Callum (Seven Brides Alien Brothers by Honey Phillips and Sweetwater and the Witch (A Harmony Novel Book) by Jayne Castle feature in this week’s Romance Roundup!
New Release – “Chlorophyll” by Cristina Jurado & Tentacle Pulp issue 32.
Rebecca Inch-Partridge reports on this year’s recently concluded Worldcon convention.
The definition of “horror”, and where you fall on that line, impacts genre penetration of film this week, with two “slasher” style movies in the mix.
Earth as we know and love it may become a thing of the past. Follow a cosmic archaeologist as he travels back in time to capture photos of the once vibrant planet.
In a weird bit of synchronicity, Fritz Lang’s Metropolis – and its commentary – feature in a lot of news this week.
Toy award finalists (everyone loves toys, especially award-winning ones!), lots of other awards, Emmys too. And Pixel Scroll.
Reviews top our list of most popular posts from last week
A little slice of life from an age when most people have left the Earth.
Well worth reading, every bit of it.
A new movie streams on Sunday Sept. 20; it’s about a Mars mission full of human-android conflict? There are no startling revelations or new thoughts, but it’s a fairly pleasant way to pass an evening.
Ana Triveño Gutiérrez releases her latest novel “It’s Raining Stars”, a YA adventure
95+ titles released this week and these two are highlighted!
Víctor Conde, Guillem Sánchez win 2022 Minotaur Award; “I destroyed the Earth and other stories” anthology released; New issue of Windumanoth magazine.
Genre films and television shows are dominating the top of the lists this week!
Francois Villanueva Paravicino is one of the most interesting figures of Peruvian letters to have emerged in recent years.
Cards Against Humanity, new book releases, film based on Heinlein short, Star Trek debut anniversary, more
The 2022 Hugo Awards, report on Chengdu, Uncle Hugo’s opens and more
A horror review, the Hugo Awards and a review in translation top out our most read posts this week
Not all post apocalyptic tales have a happy ending