M. C. Carper interviews Vladimir Vásquez.
Considered by some to be groundbreaking, this creative endeavor is “structured like a symphony, The Eternity Quartet is divided into four movements representing the four seasons, each containing four stories.”
Arrowsmith is one of the best alternate history and fantasy comics out there.
Continuing my survey of magical bird creatures from West to East, the next stop is India.
In this week's viewing: Everything's heading for the endgame!
For those of us who write fiction, he has countless wise and constructive advice to offer
Announcing the Premio UPC and Minotauro awards and a new logo for Portico
In this week's viewing: kemurikusa. reminds us that it's post-apocalyptic, Mob Psycho 100 leans on the "Psycho" part, and more!
In this week's viewing: Magia Record says you shouldn't trust the radio, Hanako-kun and Welcome to Demon School extend that to the radio club, and more!
Steve continues his F&SF reviews with the current (Mar-Apr) issue. He finds it a nice blend of SF (even some “hard SF”) and fantasy (even “hard” fantasy!).
In this week's viewing: The start of fall premiere week runs the usual gamut from tired formulas to fascinating experiments.
Among fantasy titans, Patrick Rothfuss shocked just about everyone by carving a place for himself with his book, The Name of the Wind. It...
In this week's viewing: Charlotte and Rokka uncork fantastic new powers, and more!
London Comic Con - cohabiting costumes and cosplay (lots of pichurs!)
An exclusive interview with one of the genre's greats, Harlan Ellison. Influential, ground-breaking, cantankerous, problematic, loyal-to-a-fault and a genius behind the typer, perhaps the most accurate thing one can say is that there is no other like him.
Kia ora and welcome to my new Visual Arts blog on Amazing Stories! First up, let's have some Hobbit art. Let me state this outright: I am not going to try to determine who is the "greatest artist" in the fandom. I am not particularly interested in who is the most technically proficient, or the most outrageously inventive. Who gets the biggest fees, the most prestigious projects, has the greatest fan base, or who, by whose definition, is the “most famous”. I like to feature art I like.
In this week's viewing: CHAOS;CHILD reaches maximum paranoia, Tanya the Evil is setting up a nasty surprise, and more!
Detective work in an age of vampires, psychotic faeries and kick-butt heroines!
Alastair Savage's Self-Publishing Odyssey moves on to stage 4: Designing the cover.
UPV / EHU Faculty of Science and Technology calls for submissions to the XXXII edition of the Alberto Magno Literary Science Fiction Competition: Eduardo Gallego and Guillem Sánchez announce a new novel in their Unicorp series
Even with the density of heavy themes and weighty magic, this book has a wry, dark humor to it.
Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet, end - By golly, they managed it. The big fight scene and enough time left over to wrap...
The artful collector goes over how not for sale art could actually be for sale and some reasons why it wouldn't be.
A newly-orphaned young lady from small-town Ontario winds up coming of age on a Caribbean island that, like her, is haunted by legends of its past.
It seems like only yesterday (in fact, it WAS only yesterday) that I turned in the last of my postings on the 72nd Worldcon:...
Metahuman unveils its first issue; Pragma Prize for science fiction
In this week's viewing: The last of the July premieres is happening in August somehow, and finally the full lineup all at once!
C. E. Martin (yes, but which one?) wonders why we bother to distinguish some works as "alternate reality" when in fact, all SF and fantasy takes place in alternate realities.
Announcing the finalists for the SF Horror Ripley awards and video from the TerBi conference
In this week's viewing: Three shows are done for the season, with one coming down to the wire.