Lilley’s upcoming releases tops reads this week!
Launching billionaires into space, inexpensive Heinlein, Nebula Winners congratulated and more this week in genre land
Ancient code of conduct; Uncle Hugo news; awards and hot buttered pixel scrolls
Continuing his look at old genre movies, Steve travels back to 1957 and looks at a movie often touted by Famous Monsters of Filmland. Is it good? Hey, it’s better than many black-and-white monster films!
Tanya offers up a round-up of these Hispano-American happenings
all of the stories in this issue are interesting, stimulating, well-written, and thought-provoking
In this week’s viewing: Shadows House reveals its big secret, ODDTAXI finally explains its title, and more!
A discussion of the future of the awards administered by WSFS
Manuel Aguilar passes; multiple presentations of The Third Thread by Juan Manuel Sánchez Villoldo; José Manuel González Rodríguez has posted the award-winning short novel The Disaster of Enfer to his blog
The Raptor King, The Strip Down, Venomous Secrets – why are you still reading the excerpt?
A certain someone is featured in the latest chapter of Camestros Felapton’s History of the Debarkle
One of the favorite themes in sf is the elder race that went away: this month, we’ve got two that play that tune….
This week’s news will better resemble an actual news post this week as we get back into the swing of things: real articles and reporting about your favorite subjects!
Warren Buff dodges big rigs on the interstate; science fiction hands out and announces some awards.
Last week, this is what your fellow fans were all excited about!
In a near future, a lonely man is addicted to a product called Best Friend which offers him perfect virtual friends.
Worldcon settles lawsuit
El ecuatoriano Richard Cedeño Menéndez explora la ciencia ficción con una nueva obra Voces del firmamento, que además tiene un subtítulo: El resurgimiento de las ánimas probablemente anunciando que su novela podría ser el inicio de una saga. Y eso quizá sería congruente toda vez que con Voces del firmamento el joven autor portovejense –conocido […]
El Grupo Editorial Kipus ha lanzado la novela “Qon Tiki” de Dennis Morales Iriarte para el deleite del público que gusta de la ciencia ficción ambientada en nuestras culturas indígenas y proyectada al multiverso que nos rodea. En la contratapa, Iván Prado Sejas señala: “Entre llamaradas de rayos gamma, entre portales hiperfisicos e hipertemporales, la […]
…amount(s) to the contents of a history text book packed with concise detail and explanation of situation and events. Since this book begins with genuine history going as far back as the wars of independence from Spain…only gradually slips into alternate history mode… some readers, expecting a wham-bam military adventure novel, may find the text way too dry…
1818 Orígenes, antología de ciencia ficción hispano-mexicana Createspace Independent Pub Paperback, 112 páginas ISBN-10 : 1543204872 ISBN-13 : 978-1543204872 Para comprarlo en Amazon. Este libro es una antología de ciencia ficción hispano-mexicana, que ya hace tiempo tengo ganas de comentar. Cuenta con una participación de lujo. Por España: Toni Jim, Lola Robles, María Concepción Regueiro, […]
She loved me once before. I can make her love me again. But will she truly want to be my queen when she discovers my lie?
A colloquium on “Robotics, ethics and literature”; The Science Fiction Gathering of Donostia – San Sebastián and Nominees for the Guillermo de Baskerville Awards
On a back street, a scrap monster makes a sudden lunge at a man. A pink-haired girl helps him, and their future is down to whether he remembers her.
George works at a convenience store, desperately hoping for a friend. But George is a robotic service unit, and robotic service units do not have friends. Not yet, anyway.
David Brin’s Uplift saga gets new editions
Neffy’s, Ignotus, the Tomorrow Prize awards, Worldcon lawsuit news and more
Owing to this and that, this week’s Time Machine probably features some articles you’ve not seen before
A summary of the past couple of weeks and the near future for Amazing Stories
Building the British Interplanetary Society Lunar Spacesuit