In this week's viewing: The winter season all wraps up, for a nice tidy transition to spring.
A pair of new anthologies
A list of currently active magazines, a new anthology and a call for mini fiction
In this week's viewing: ID: Invaded displays a vanishing act, Magia Record and Hanako-kun try reappearing ones, and more!
Two new themed anthology projects are looking for contributions
Crónica de la presentación en Málaga de "El codo de la Torcaz" de Damián Cordones Crónica de Paco Mancera Romero de la presentación en Málaga...
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!
For his second “perfect” genre movie, Steve calls your attention to gravel-voiced Vin Diesel’s first genre movie, Pitch Black. Science fiction films don’t get a whole lot better, in Steve’s opinion!
Few genre movies are perfect, but Steve will look at one he feels is nearly so. Whether vampire movies are your thing or not, Steve thinks you should look at this one!
The HispanoAmerican roundup for January
In this week's viewing: Deductions happen with impressive but not unrealistic speed in In/Spectre and ID: Invaded, and more!
Tanya, our Spanish language editor, has just sold her first novel for english translation
Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffitt, who created the BBC’s “Sherlock,” take on Dracula with the help of Netflix. Is it good? Well, yes and no. Read the review but BEWARE OF SPOILERS!
In this week's viewing: Magia Record isn't the only story haunted by an evil staircase, and more!
New books from Caterina Fernandez Hinojosa, José Luis Zárate, Carlos Enrique Saldivar, The Conspiracy of the Fuleros, Marco Antonio Yauri, Daína Chaviano, Poldark Mego, interviews with Daniel Salvo and José Güich, new magazine issues, films and television series
In this week's viewing: It's time to set the season lineup, which means something has to be crossed off the list. Luckily we have a volunteer...
In this weeks viewing: All the winter premieres fit to watch! (...and one or two that aren't.)
Women’s Weird: Strange Stories by Women, 1890-1940, edited by Melissa Edmundson is yet another fine example of publications bringing back important, influential work.
Anime never rests, so get ready for a new serving of shows coming soon!
The combination of explicit sex and explicit violence practically knocked me off my chair. I was stunned.
Announcing the winners of the 2019 Ignotus Awards
Nine scary tales but like all things that go bump in the night some were chilling and some heartbreaking and some, well some too close to reality.
An interview with Pedro de Andrés, author of "White Pawn, Black Lady" and a round-up of Super Sonic Magazine No 15
nothing is simple when you’re dealing with a former Angel of Death and a Drag Queen
Moriremos por fuego amigo, a collection of essays on Spanish science fiction and its fandom by Juan Manuel Santiago; and a conference on the educational value of science fiction in Barcelona
EC.O 2019 Day schedule of events
Would you let your kids be cared for by an AI Nanny?
Hispacon 2019's preliminary schedule and guidelines for submitting to the 35th Pumpkins in the Storeroom
For hundreds of years, premature burial has captivated readers and viewers of fiction. Why are we so fascinated with this horrific event?