The Wendigo Diaries

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An English translation of the original Spanish language piece.

Anime roundup 1/21/2021: Overstuffed

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In this week's viewing: The last few winter premieres, and too many good shows to keep on keeping up with.

Literatura de género desde México y Perú: La noche en la...

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Commentary on the works of Alberto Chimal and Luis Apolín.

Noticias Literatura 20-1

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New Spanish Language CF

Reseña de revista: Relatos Increíbles n.20

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A review of the latest issue of Incredible Stories.

Anime roundup 1/14/2021: Something Appealing, Something Appalling

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In this week's viewing: Some premieres to start 2021 off on the right foot, and a less right foot as well.

Noticias Literatura 13-1

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The latest happenings

Novedades de diciembre en Hispanoamérica.

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And now, December.

The Wendigo Diaries: la leyenda, dos novelas y un caso real...

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A discussion of Algernon Blackwood's Wendigo

Anime roundup 1/7/2021: Best of 2020

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No viewing this week, just some thoughts on the best moments of 2020 (yes, there were a few).

Noticias Literatura 05-01

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Spanish author updates for The Science Fiction Encyclopedia

Recordando al innombrable de la novela “Frankenstein o el moderno Prometeo”

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An interesting take on the unnamed author and the unnamed character in Frankenstein.

Anime roundup 12/31/2020: Friendship is Tragic

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In this week's viewing: Some shows are ending, some are not, but just about everyone agrees the way to wrap up 2020 is with a solid round of deaths.

Winter 2021 SF Anime Preview

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Winter season is coming, and so are a ton of shows as the anime world makes up for lost time. (Ed. Note: Now with video clips!)

Anime roundup 12/24/2020: Hard Problems

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In this week's viewing: Higurashi explains that you can't punch groupthink away, Jujutsu Kaisen has an antagonist who refuses to be a convenient device, and more!

Noticias Literatura 24-12

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Barcelona announces an SF/F festival; Tales for Algernon anthology, year 8; issue 2 of Primero Sueño; 20 from 2020 from Fantastic Literature.

¿Qué libros de Horror leen los que escriben literatura de género?

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What you read influences what you write. Here are some horror picks that have influenced some horror authors

Novedades y eventos literarios del 2020

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A roundup of notable literary happenings.

Anime roundup 12/17/2020: Strength In Numbers

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In this week's viewing: Higurashi spams the system, Akudama Drive invokes a handy mob, and more!

Noticias Literatura 16-12

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Announcing the winners of the INTERAC Science Fiction Script Contest

Nuevos Bloggers. Carlos Enrique Saldivar y Hemil García Linares

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Tanya Tynjala, our Spanish language editor, introduces two new contributors

El legado de Radcliffe y Shelley en autoras de horror en...

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Hemil introduces the horror traditions established by Mary Shelley, Anne Radcliffe and their literary descendants - Raquel Castro, Tanya Tynjälä and Solange Rodríguez Pappe

Anime roundup 12/10/2020: Death Squad

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In this week's viewing: Talentless Nana delves into the protagonist's backstory, Akudama Drive offs yet another character, and more, plus a bonus premiere!

Noticias Literatura 9-12

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Celsius 232 F/SF/H Festival will work with the British Science Fiction Association to bring Spanish SF to a wider audience

Retrofuturismo andino en los cuentos de “Cosmonauta” de Revollo Romero

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A review of Bolivian author Hugo Revollo's collection Cosmonaut: Retrofuturist and Fantastic Tales

25 GATES OF HELL REVIEW

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In his penultimate 2020 column, Steve reviews a new horror anthology. Is it scary? Very!

Reseña de Revista: Relatos Increíbles 19

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Capsule reviews of the latest issues of Incredible Stories

Anime roundup 12/3/2020: Hidden Sides

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In this week's viewing: Akudama Drive's heroine builds her new criminal personality, Talentless Nana reveals unexpected depths to another classmate, and more!

Noticias Literatura 2-12

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TerBi's 15th issue offers short stories from a contest; Scientific Fiction website looking for stories.

Book Review: The Last Ritual by S.A. Sidor

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Fact or fiction, reportage or editorial? We, as the readers are never sure