Nathalie Due, French fantasy author, hits her stride.
In this week's viewing: Kagewani is still scary, Gundam is still fighty, and more!
Matt Mitrovich tackles the third in the Harry Potter Series, The Prisoner of Azkaban, and reflects on reading aloud and impending fatherhood.
Announcing the Premio UPC and Minotauro awards and a new logo for Portico
It's season premiere time, so let's set aside the continuing shows for a week to look at new stuff. (Space Brothers is taking the...
For more than 30 years, Ellen has edited speculative fiction with a discerning eye, helping to shape the stories and authors we all love to read.
Alastair Savage joins Achilles, Agamemnon, Helen, Paris and Menelaus before the walls of Troy as he embarks on a self-publishing odyssey.
This week, Steve reviews the July-August F&SF, and stumps for your votes (Canadians only!) for the Aurora Awards.
I strive to be a minimalist, that is, someone who has few physical possessions. For a geek and an Aspie with OCE, this scenario...
This week Steve examines two new genre TV shows on different networks. Superheroes seem to be playing a bigger role in TV than ever before. Are these new shows worth watching?
You missed it - but you can still read about ConQuesT 46 & Spectrum Fantastic Art Live 4
Where's Fred Gambino? Premiering a new art book at this year's Worldcon!
This week Steve stays put in space and time, reviewing the May/June Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF). The stories in the issue, however, range all over space and time!
In this week's viewing: The last few premieres turn grim, and most of the season lineup is set.
Upon his return from Missouri, Steve reviews a new fantasy book by master storyteller Dave Duncan.
Zombies are no longer confined to the sandbox known as horror. They have found their way into science fiction and fantasy.
New works of SF in The Ferry; The Year of Fantastic Literature's first newsletter; rules for the IX TerBi Prize.
Stand on your head! This week, Steve looks at two Australian video imports: one a film and one a TV series. Look for the series on Netflix soon!
In this week's viewing: Hakumei and Mikochi learn what fishing is really about, Hakyu Hoshin Engi turns into character drama, and more!
Celebrating Ray Bradbury's Centennial
“Heart of a Bear,” is arguably the strangest tale in a collection abounding with bizarre moments.
What do you do when there's nothing to watch? Make Hugo recommendations. And there are a couple more premieres to know about...
How many times have we read negative reviews by (mainly) newspaper- employed critics about books or films in the science fiction/fantasy genre that either...
Judge books by their cover? Everyone does it. That’s why – and despite the mis-marketing, agenting “horror stories” (both artist and author) and egregious...
A reprise of our interview with the champion of art and authors - Ursula K. Le Guin
An upcoming book release event - in Sao Paulo
Hunter x Hunter #81 - Watch that fight scene in isolation, and it's just another case of insanely exaggerated martial arts. But watch...
(The game's) unvoiced goal is to revive the old days of role playing games. As much as it can, it attempts to cop the vibe of classic titles like Baldur's Gate and Planescape: Torment, Dungeons and Dragons based properties
The clothes make the fan. Is extreme fashion a form of fandom? I say yes, but hesitate to approve of it.