Elia Barceló to discuss her work “Death in Santa Rita”; Nano technology story contest to be hosted by the Festival of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
THE PROCESS takes 3rd in the short novel by Ediciones El Transbordador; “Jot Down” magazine announces the 9th popularization of science contest
Genre works top the film list and make up half of the top ten; meanwhile over in TVStreaming land, only three genre-relateds in the Top Ten
New book releases, “The Demon of Perversity” by David Kolkrabe, “Corvus”, with the winning stories from the “Corvus Contest”, Issue 74 of El Narratorio released; Espacio El Huerto presented its April gathering and more
Fuenlabrada Fantasy Festival, “Pandorum” collection crowdfunding, “Dystopian Penumbria” released
“Sueños de rust” by Gerardo Horacio Porcayo presented at National Book Fair of the Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, new magazine Chile Terror Magazine #1 Special, LPD Magazine dedicated a program to Scherlock Holmes, more
Hispacon, RIP Rafael Llopis, latest issue of Tentacle Pulp
Steve attempts to find out why “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City” has been panned by almost all who’ve seen it. Maybe the director has something to do with it.
Hispacon 2022, new book by Julián Díez, SuperSonic Magazine #20 now available, more
A review of Neil Gaiman’s latest – Trigger Warning. “…when an author does manage to give me pause. . .That’s good writing! “
It’s time once again to look at all the sfnal anime heading our way shortly.
This week Steve reviews the new book Baldemar, by Matthew Hughes—a wonderful Vancian fantasy set on Vance’s own Dying Earth, about a wizard’s henchman. Steve liked it and thinks you will too!
Proxima magazine’s Yearbooks are on sale; Acuedi Ediciones publkishes “Stories from Merlin’s Library” by Merlin Chambi; Editorial Solaris of Uruguay analzyzes Kubrick;s 2001, more
In this week’s viewing: Two finales, one delay, and two more shows still plugging along.
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Andrew P. Weston, author of the number one best seller The IX’s latest release – A Hybrid’s Tale
In this week’s column (“It’s been a long time coming…”—CSN), Steve reviews the Jan.-Feb. 2022 F&SF. He says it’s a big issue, full of good SF and Fantasy; and he says goodbye to a good writer.
In this week’s viewing: Attack on Titan serves up bad news, Ranking of Kings continues its fall, and more!
European Science-fiction Society Awards Finalists, “El Sótano” podcast reaches 900 episodes, Héctor Peña offers up a revised second edition of “Magdalena”, more
The Wax magazine number 20 is out; Laura Ponce will give a workshop entitled Latin American Science Fiction: Thinking about the future from here; Cuban painter and cartoonist Cecilio Avilés has passed away, more
In this week’s viewing: Attack on Titan breaks out the giants again, so does Ranking of Kings, so does Sabikui Bisco, and more!
An interview with José Antonio Suárez, the author of “The Essence of Evil”
Spanish publisher Spotula reissues “Trafalgar” by Angélica Gorodischer; The Omicron Theory magazine turns 4 years; submit your stories for issues 28-36 of Relatos I by April 15, more
In this week’s viewing: Tokyo 24th Ward unmasks a villain, Attack on Titan has a good long group therapy session, and more!
MIASIS”, by Mª Carmen Copete, is the winning work of the II Short Novel Prize “El Proceso”
New releases – “End – Anthology of Ibero-American Eschatological Stories” from the University of Valladolid; in periodicals the free to read Moulin Noir Omnibus; on Gemir Garcia channel International Horror Literature Festival of Virginia and Publisher Zeta Centuria Editores calls interested partiesto participate in the collection “Anthologies of anthology”,
“Museum of Monstrosities. Horror micro-stories” from Editorial Cthulhu; Combinatorial Machine volume 4, number 2 is out, “Imaginary Words, Conversations on Fantastic Literature of the V Region” to be broadcast, more
In this week’s viewing: Attack on Titan decides to be hopeful for a change, Ranking of Kings has some unfortunate background, and more!
Alberto Magno award winning novel Azkarbideak and an interview with its author by Angel Gallo Fernández