“El retrato oval” (The Oval Portrait) es uno de los cuentos más cortos que jamás haya escrito el maestro del horror Edgar Allan Poe. En pocas páginas, ofrece una intensa historia sobre la relación entre el arte y la vida, por medio del encuentro del narrador con el retrato ovalado de una joven en un […]
Announcing a biography of Domingo Santos, a new issue of Windumanoth and the Scientific Fiction website offers a compilation of 2020-2021 stories.
A (new) Daily news roundup offering an experimental, new feature, on the website.
Disney still not paying; RIP Carol Carr, L. Neil Smith, new Discon Asst. Chairs
Asimov Reader Awards, Ned Kellys, top self-published covers, Erle Korshak, more
“He had said that if her husband really loved her, he would see that every desire of her life was granted.”. Read more of this retro-review to find out why.
Experimenter Publishing has released the latest issue of the World’s First Science Fiction magazine – Amazing Stories – with a Special All Canadian Fiction and Artwork issue. Behind the scenes, Canadian authors, artists and fans (as well as a few expats living in Canada) have been an integral part of this publication effort. Not to […]
Self-pubbed covers, Munsey award, Convention Covid Policies, Star Trek villians and Twitter bans….
Not entirely sure why The Lasat Dangerous Visions is a big thing? Here’s some background.
Dangerous visions, Dublin SMOF scholarships, Dragon ballot, the ships of Star Wars, (obviously) more
Elizabeth Anne Hull, A Game of Thrones, more
The latest issue of Fantastic Tales
Literatura Un antiguo artículo de J. Jay Jones sobre Theodore Sturgeon está entre los favoritos de este mes. Ernest Lilley nos recomienda qué leer en julio en cuanto a la ciencia ficción. En su serie CLUBHOUSE, R. Graeme Cameron nos reseña el libro “Axis of Andes: WW2 in South America, an Alternate History” de D.G. […]
Kitschies, Space Jam, World Fantasy ballot, Mich Trota, Captain America and more
Lots of awards, lots of pixels
Many changes coming. Here’s one of them.
This week, from July 13 to 17, the “Celsius 232 Festival” is held in Avilés, dedicated to science fiction, fantasy and terror, which in 2021 celebrates its tenth anniversary.
Le Guin stamp; Clarion online again; Aurealias Awards, Heinlein scholars, more…
Weston Ochse author of military horror, science fiction and featured on Amazing Stories will be doing a signing tomorrow.
Luis Gasca passes; 2021 Alberto Magno award announcements
Mary Robinette Kowal is the new chair of the 79th World Science Fiction Convention. The decision was made by BWAWA, the Baltimore-Washington Area Worldcon Association, which is the host organization for this year’s Worldcon. Mary Robinette Kowal is a former President of SFWA, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and a four-time Hugo […]
Amazing Stories artist launches comic Kickstarter
HWA scholarships; Discon III Hugo Packet; KGB Bar, more
Audio discussion of the UPC Award; an interview with Paulo Soriano, editor of “Contos de terror”
Ancient code of conduct; Uncle Hugo news; awards and hot buttered pixel scrolls
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
A certain someone is featured in the latest chapter of Camestros Felapton’s History of the Debarkle
Warren Buff dodges big rigs on the interstate; science fiction hands out and announces some awards.
Worldcon settles lawsuit