A DIAMOND DREAM FINAL BOOK OF THE JUBILEE CYCLE ELI K. P. WILLIAM 1 The Tokyo Canal All was fire, a great conflagration roaring from the charcoal of a starless cosmos. Billowing and […]
We never expected that inventing Star-Drive would lead to this! We were first! Humans invented star drive, bringing light and movement to the galaxy, forging a grand alliance with all races. (Well, most of them.) It seemed the galaxy was ours to lead and to share!
The Board of Trustees for the Horror Writers Association does not condone hate speech in any way, shape, or form. We stand in support of our members’ right to feel safe, welcome, and above all […]
Captain Takktun Kantari slid the bubble helmet over his head and locked it into place with a reassuring click before triple-checking the joint seals on each of his suit’s four legs and three arms. Several […]
Out in hardback this summer, Neal Asher’s War Bodies is a gripping, high-octane standalone set in his expansive Polity world and we’re delighted to reveal the cover (above) AND Chapter One. Here is the official […]
Journal Entry for Sakura Jovanović: Entry for Day 35, Year 2253, Cilix Station It’s cold here. Papa needs a suit, but I don’t need one, though Mama still makes me wear it. We live at […]
The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is pleased to announce the Preliminary Ballot for the 2022 Bram Stoker Awards®. The HWA (see https://www.horror.org/) is the premier writers organization in the horror and dark fiction genre, with […]
This week’s free science fiction story is by C.J. Peterson and introduces new challenges in diplomacy! Please enjoy the story as read by the author in audio or read the story below. In the viewport, […]
As SciFI Now welcomes in the new year, they figured what better time than now to pull together a list of some of the best SFF books to read this January. Source: Top SFF Books […]
The Story Prize, now in its 19th year, is pleased to honor as its finalists three outstanding short story collections chosen from 119 submissions representing 79 different publishers or imprints. The range and quality of […]
The following story is the FIRST in a series of weekly free science fiction from Amazing Stories. We’ve embarked on this new venture and Heather Santo has provided us a memorable story. Each story is […]
The task of selecting the best science fiction and fantasy books for 2023 was a difficult one, and even this list is quite extensive. However, it was quite impossible for the curator to ignore the […]
Algernon Blackwood fue un escritor inglés, locutor radial, novelista y cuentista. Nació el 14 de marzo de 1869 en Kent, Inglaterra. A Blackwood se le sitúa en el género “Weird Fiction” aunque algunas de sus […]
This week Patreon backers got TWO stories for the price of one. Hot Potato by Liam Hogan and Ed Venice in the AI Drives by Night by Royce Badgers These stories were also accompanied by […]
Amazing Stories is excited to announce the launch of a brand new, weekly series of science fiction stories, featuring a mix of established and up-and-coming writers. Starting in January 2023, these tales of the extraordinary […]
Watching the copyrights on art expire still feels like a novelty. After all, the US public domain was frozen in time for 20 years, thawing only in 2019. But this weekend’s Public Domain Day will […]
En primer lugar, me disculpo por la gran tardanza. Primero estuve enferma durante 3 semanas, luego mi laptop murió y recién tengo una nueva. Hay tantas noticias que informar, así que solo voy a hacer […]
Fecha de publicación: Setiembre de 2022 Páginas:59 Editorial: ONDINA ediciones. El libro llegó a mis manos directo de Ferrol, A Coruña y debo confesarle a la autora española sobre mis nervios iniciales para leer el […]
Amazing Stories Kickstarter Final Week Announcement Amazing Stories is in the FINAL week of raising funds through its Kickstarter for our annual special issue – Amazing Stories: SOL SYSTEM – a double-sized issue, both in […]
An essay on two Poe translators.
Why do you write horror? Here are some answers.
Hemil asks “Why did both authors decide to use Spanish and/or a theme oriented to Hispanic culture?”
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 […]
Libros Ha salido un nuevo libro de investigación a cargo de nuestro Blogger Iván Rodrigo Mendizábal. Se trata de “Historias desde el futuro: ciencia ficción andina como antropología especulativa”, recientemente publicado por la Universidad Andina […]
El ecuatoriano Richard Cedeño Menéndez explora la ciencia ficción con una nueva obra Voces del firmamento, que además tiene un subtítulo: El resurgimiento de las ánimas probablemente anunciando que su novela podría ser el inicio […]
La ciencia ficción, un nuevo horizonte para Tarkovski Un 13 de mayo de 1972 fue estrenada en el Festival de Cannes el filme de ciencia ficción de Andrei Tarkovski, Solaris. En dicho evento la película […]
Andy Weir, author of The Martian, brings you a thrilling science fiction novel, Project Hail Mary. A lone astronaut must save the earth from disaster in this incredible new science-based thriller from the #1 New […]
You’ve never heard of him, but your favorite writers have, and his mad-drunk prose will knock you sideways. Source: Who Is R. A. Lafferty? And Is He the Best Sci-Fi Writer Ever? | WIRED
The Ecuadorian writer Jorge Vivanco has published a novel in Milan-Italy that borders on science fiction and fantasy. This is titled: Albanuma: the lost city (Ageebooks, 2015), which is in its second edition.
A discourse on the author Stephen King. (This post originally appeared here in Spanish).