New issues of Thesis magazine, Quimera, Babelicus and Historias Pulp released, plus lots more in this roundup of Latin American genre happenings.
A new movie streams on Sunday Sept. 20; it’s about a Mars mission full of human-android conflict? There are no startling revelations or new thoughts, but it’s a fairly pleasant way to pass an evening.
Barefoot Cat published a vampire anthology with 32 authors from numerous Latin American countries; Sonámbulo magazine issue 3 released; Ecuadorian Edegon Comics releases Yntiwamán, the last Inca warrior and more!
A take on the works of Bolivian author Liliana Colanzi.
English language version of this post introducing the Peruvian Andean and Amazonian Futurism Manifesto
Qhipa Pacha Futurismo andino y amazónico peruano Manifiesto
Want you some Watt-Evans? Now is your chance with this author sell-off.
New releases, Chilean literary conference, and calls for submission to 10th Sants 2022 fantastic and horror short story contest
New releases from Vestigio Editions, “Havana pulp mission” by Barbarella D’Acevedo offered for free, 30th issue of Letters and Demons magazine; LPD Magazine dedicated a program to Christopher Lee and more
Free fiction…from Feghoots to graphic novels, from SF to fantasy and horror, all for free
Do YOU have a time machine? Those of you who don’t, take advantage of this limited time price reduction NOW. (No silly, not for a time machine, for John Stith’s Tiny Time Machine novel!
New releases – Codigofagia. Mexican Cinema and Science Fiction; Fanzine 11.5. fictional language; University of New Granada is coordinating the course: Ideology and figurations of monstrosity in the Spanish and Latin American narrative of the 21st century; Professor Giancarlo Stagnaro presents “Peruvian science fiction (1960-2020): between panoramas and promises”.
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
“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
Award winning author David Gerrold turns in a collection of short stories
In this issue: Tamara needs to win at Pinball so she can pay off her family’s debts. Jenny is still grieving for Joey, but her sorrow is complicated by the ghost of a woman wooing a mortal. and What do you do when a tiny fairy gets tangled in your yarn? These and more stories reviewed here by Graeme.
Conventions, films, magazines and books all coming at you in the new year
Tanya fills us in on what we should have paid attention to in December
Science Museum exhibit: Science Fiction: Voyage into the Unknown
Steve decides to review a “golden oldie” book instead of a movie this time. Does it hold up, fifty or so years later? Read it and find out!
Ecuadorian writer María Dolores Cabrera presents her new book, Siempre de azul (Libros Duendes, 2021)
A review of issue 32 of Pulp Literature magazine
Celebrating the master of the macabre – Edgar Allan Poe
Chinese Nebulas, 2021 winners, have been announced
A review of Cesar Verduguez’s new novel “Deep Caves”
“Sueños de Herrumbe” (Devil’s Language Editorial) by José Horacio Porcayo presented; LPD Magazine offered a discussion of how to make a letter of myths and legends; The first issue of the digital magazine Cranio Feliz released.
SF Cinema is generating academic interest
New for September – books, magazines, events, film and more
Some commentary on Poe’s final poem – Annabel Lee
Need some good reading to distract you from the heat, the forest fires, the pandemic? How about a pandemic anthology? How about the July-August issue of the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction? Go for it!