Is Steve getting jaded? He reviews two 2021 movies, finding them both disappointingly “same old same-old.” See for yourself.
A worry-free, stress-free, practically thought-free method of writing. Perfect for an old guy like me. Might work for you, too.
In this week’s viewing: Muteking and Ranking of Kings are both about forcing evil potions down people’s throats, and more!
A good handful of new releases
Miquel Barceló dies, XXV UPC Miquel Barceló Science Fiction Awards, and the Third Interac Science Fiction Script Contest
After almost 3 years of waiting, the much anticipated final Expanse novel is finally here, and the anticipation was totally justified. James S. A. Corey and the crew of the Rocinante bring it all together in a finale that makes all that’s come before worthwhile and gives us closure on the saga.
Este articulo será un poco largo, pues la semana pasada no tuve tiempo de publicar. Estas son las novedades de dos semanas. Libros El libro “País de dragones”, de la gran Daína Chaviano ya está disponible para los lectores de Perú y Colombia. Sigan este enlace. El joven autor argentino Lautaro Vincon, ha publicado su […]
The Enterprise, not for children under 6; small parts may present a choking hazard; meat, graffiti, ERB sale, Ryk Spoor, Damon Knight and more
Grammy noms, Golden Joystick winners, Clarion, Discon III, Lake Woe-is-me and more
The people who founded the phenomena we call the “Science Fiction Field” are probably not who you think it was.
Not really a genre movie, this week Steve reviews a Norwegian movie with hints of Tarantino and Ritchie, which is probably close enough to qualify. The humour is dark and mostly subtle. What do *you* think?
In this week’s viewing: Rumble Garanndoll detours into game fandom, The Faraway Paladin shows its D&D roots, and more!
Ecuadorian writer María Dolores Cabrera presents her new book, Siempre de azul (Libros Duendes, 2021)
If you were a Cowboy Bebop fan before Netflix dropped its live-action series (11/19/2021) you may have been disappointed at the result because it’s hard to separate the series you know from the sometimes identical sometimes strangely different live-action series. Our reviewer talks about cognitive dissonance and how our favorite space bounty hunters coped with being brought to life.
Several Spanish language awards announced
New releases of interest in romance genres
Transylvania Television presents The Real Meaning of Halloween
An astronaut travels through space alone and may be stranded in orbit forever due to his spacecraft malfunctioning.
Space debris, Boskone participants, Spider-Man and more
Discon III news. AD Astra center announced, more
Here’s a teaser for this week’s first two books….
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. AUGUR MAGAZINE – Vol. 4, Issue #1 Publisher: Kerry C. Byrne, Augur Magazine Literary Society, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Co-Editors in Chief: Lawrence Stewen, Terese Mason Pierre. Managing Editor: Victoria Liao, Poetry Editor: Leslie Joy Ahenda. Graphic Fiction Editor: Amy Wang. Editors: Vivian Li, Avi Silver. […]
A new anthology featuring stories from 15 authors from Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico and Peru, and illustrated by the artist Murdock (Jesús Mansilla).
Nicolas Cage likes weird movies. Prisoners of the Ghostland is one such; but the weirdness comes at a price. There’s not that much plot, and it drags in the middle. But it’s sort of stylish. Steve liked it.
In this week’s viewing: Ranking of Kings visits the underworlds, The Faraway Paladin goes exploring, and more!
101 Essential Spanish SF titles; Hispacon 2021 program
Newly released novels, comics, a new course on SF film, coverage of a discussion of Bolivian cyberpunk and lots more!
A woman trapped on a desolate planet, separated from her friend and only other crew mate by an incredible chasm, fights for survival through storms, darkness and loneliness.
Deserts, Ellison, Zoromes, Sucharitkul, more
Writer’s win grants, Disney Must Pay, more