The Big Idea: Nancy Kress

Science fiction is just that, a blend of the science we know, and the stories we wish to tell. The mixture of these two aspects was especially important to authors Nancy Kress and Robert Lanza, who co-authored their new […]

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Algernon Blackwood, un escritor de culto

Algernon Blackwood fue un escritor inglés, locutor radial, novelista y cuentista. Nació el 14 de marzo de 1869 en Kent, Inglaterra. A Blackwood se le sitúa en el género “Weird Fiction” aunque algunas de sus […]

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Novedades de Diciembre 3

Tratándo de no volver a acumular las noticias, aquí van las novedades para finalizar el año. LIBROS La antología de cuentos peruanos de ciencia ficción «Esta realidad no existe» ha sido editado en audiolibro por […]

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AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: January 8, 2023

Pixel Scroll 1/7/23 Farmers Market In The Sky (1) IT WASN’T THE HOBBIT. What turned Stephen Colbert into a voracious reader? Science fiction. Specifically, Niven, Asimov, Heinlein, Pohl, and more. See “Team Hobbit or Lord […]

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Time Machine: January 8, 2023

This physics professor is becoming a TikTok star for her cool demonstrations Kindred and Us… What the fediverse (does/n’t) solve HarperCollins Workers Pass 40 Days on Strike with No Response from Company Magic Systems Made […]

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AMAZING NEWS (the first from 2023) 1-8-2023

Well, 2023 news roundup begins with a bang: honeybees getting vaccinated, liquid blood extracted from a 4,000 year old foal, an amateur archaeologist solves cave drawing riddle, a two-legged fox eats spam, David Brin’s Uplif series reviewed, a Norman Spinrad newsletter announced, Allen Steele promises more Captain Future, Kubrick answers 2001 question, and, you guessed it, even MORE!

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Kindred and Us…

“I’ve been a fan of Octavia Butler since reading my first novel by her, “Mind of My Mind,” about a vampiric telepath named Doro: an immortal from Africa that devours your soul, so he can […]

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Magic Systems Made Stronger with Science

This article on science and magic systems is part of the Science in Sci-fi, Fact in Fantasy blog series. Each week, we tackle one of the scientific or technological concepts pervasive in sci-fi (space travel, genetic engineering, artificial […]

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The Serpent in Heaven – Book Review

Felicia, Lizbeth Rose’s half-sister and a student at the Grigori Rasputin school in San Diego—capital of the Holy Russian Empire—is caught between her own secrets and powerful family struggles. As a granddaughter of Rasputin, she […]

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Ice Planet Blues

Well, it certainly has seemed that way this week in much of the northern hemisphere. Arctic air and winter weather has found itself in places that it has no right being in. The reasons for […]

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Happy Science Fiction Day!

January 2 is Science Fiction Day. (Illustration is, of course, the cover of the 1957 paperback edition of the nonexistent SciFi classic “Joy Day of the Planet X2-9 Harmonic Chickenoids.”) Many thanks to the surprisingly […]

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Noticias Literatura 28-12

Noticias literatura 28-12 Antología de relatos 2022 del Sitio de Ciencia-Ficción La web “Sitio de Ciencia-Ficción” ofrece, en formato antología, los relatos publicados durante este año ANTOLOGÍA DE RELATOS 2022 del SdCF. Otro año más, […]

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Amazing Stories Etsy Store Now Open

Attention all science fiction and fantasy fans! The Amazing Stories website has just opened an Etsy store, packed with all sorts of Amazing goodies for you to enjoy. At the Amazing Stories Store on Etsy, […]

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Time Machine: January 1, 2023

Watch Adam Savage Go “Hands On” With the Original Enterprise From ‘Star Trek’ CLUBHOUSE: Review: “Operation Orkney” by William Meikle If aliens contact humanity, who decides what we do next? CONTRARY BRIN: Lifting our gaze […]

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AMAZING NEWS: January 1st, 2023

A big news round up from a Big Year: we’ve got TAFF trip reports, Tom Tomorrow, ancient DNA, robot sisters, new space minerals, a Smofcon report on Chengdu, Boskone 60’s lineup and, you guessed it, even more!

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