In this week's viewing: No Guns Life and Special 7 both have villains trying to take care of inconvenient henchmen, Dr. Stone goes wireless, and more!
Announcing the winners of the 2019 Ignotus Awards
Author Matthew Hughes has written a “slipstream” historical novel with fantasy elements. But much of it is true. Is it SF/F? You decide (I already think so!)
Just in time for the Holidays
Knight of the Silver Circle takes place somewhere along the lines of twenty hours after the events of Dragonslayer. The dragon Alpheratz is dead, yes, but that has turned out to be just the beginning, for there are more dragons left in the world after all
Upon the Flight of the Queen hits the ground running, building off of the first novel.
Moriremos por fuego amigo, a collection of essays on Spanish science fiction and its fandom by Juan Manuel Santiago; and a conference on the educational value of science fiction in Barcelona
In this week's viewing: Dr. Stone brings another modern comfort to the Stone Age, Welcome to Demon School examines a mixed blessing, and more!
In this week's viewing: Dr. Stone's villains find an unpleasant way to fight, Kemono Michi is just unpleasant, and more!
Brent Week's latest becomes a Best Seller
EC.O 2019 Day schedule of events
In this week's viewing: Special 7 reveals unexpected connections, Welcome to Demon School puts its long-term plans in full view, and more!
Hispacon 2019's preliminary schedule and guidelines for submitting to the 35th Pumpkins in the Storeroom
A review of Mirror Worlds by Vincent Mondiot and Raphael Lafarge, a story that has taken an interesting path to publication.
A quick review of the special edition of Game of Thrones
The asexual and specific transgender experiences explored in this novel are not mine, but they are valid. As Strickland has mentioned themself, some readers may find the renderings of these experiences uncomfortable, and some may find them helpful and vindicating.
In this week's viewing: No Guns Life raises questions, Special 7 raises even more questions, Amazon Video leaves us all scratching our heads, and more!
“Heart of a Bear,” is arguably the strangest tale in a collection abounding with bizarre moments.
The Fantasy novel Lost Acre by Andrew Caldecott is a book one might attempt to read as a stand-alone, but it does beg the reader to go all-in and start the trilogy from the beginning.
Steve reviews the 70th Anniversary Issue of F&SF and finds it good. Excellent, in fact. There’s still time to read the issue before the Nov./Dec. one comes out!
Taking a classic fairy tale and re-telling it in a fresh way is always a fun trope, especially when converting the action to science fiction romance.
Ninth House is a story about power—who has it and who wants it.
In this week's viewing: The last few premieres turn grim, and most of the season lineup is set.
New Spanish language books, magazines, films and events
This magazine is all fantasy: The issue was fun to read. Full of good writing and evocative imagery.
In this week's viewing: Two enter, one leaves... and one has to go on the shelf until premiere time is over.
It's almost time for a fresh shipment of new shows from Japan.
In this week's veiwing: Granbelm and Dr. Stone host arguments about who's going to be killed for the sake of whom, and someone is leaving early.
Introducing Acronos - an anthology of steampunk terror!
Fetching was once the only female rider in the Lot Lands. Now she is the leader of her own hoof