Tanya begins her series focusing on writers of the fantastic with this interview with author Nieves Guijarro Briones.
An interview with L. Starfyre, author of "risqué and not for the timid" SF Romances, on inclusion in the What Lies Within anthology
A roundup of September's posts
I asked my fellow authors to share a little about what inspired their story for this year’s anthology, as well as giving us a peek at their To Be Read List and what they’ll be up to next
Visit with Jack Barrowman online at Galaxy Con
Meet the authors of the Alien Warrior Academy series
Spend some time with author Allen Steele
Interview with the authors of the Intergalactic Dating Agency
Fantastica Without Borders launches issue 7
Argentina includes genre in a Federal writing contest; Counterfactual has a review of the second issue ofAeternum; The Argentine North American Cultural Institute offers a creative writing workshop; more
The machines brought society to its knees. Now, the last remaining humans fight for survival—and to take back what's theirs.
An interview with Japanese author Taiyo Fujii, focusing on the Covid-19 Pandemic
The digital magazine Metahumano got such great response with their first issue, they're now calling for submissions for the second
Completing a 20 book series is an accomplishment. Completing a 20 book SF Romance series is unprecedented!
Recently I read one of the more unusual science fiction romances to come my way, Bioluminescent (The Mimics Book 1) by Auryn Hadley
An interview with Pablo Loperena, author of "Ciudad Nómada, Rebaño Misería": Aeternum puts out a call for submissions to EXTRAHUMANS - MUTATIONS
An interview with Emilie Querbalec, author of the soon to be released Quitter les monts d’Automne
Multiple anthology new releases, new issues of several magazines, a Peruvian animated film is selected for Cannes, and more
The latest in new releases, magazine issues, conventions and more in Hispanoamerica
An interview with M.G. Herron, author of the noir detective - pulp SF thriller Culture Shock
Can't go to a con? How about revisiting on and getting turned on to the UKCM - and one of its artist members - at the same time.
Inspired by experience in the Coast Guard, this milSF novel is explored with an interview with the author
Half of the earth's population has been wiped out. Impossible to predict or stop, the Gamma Ray Burst tore through the Earth like a bullet, its radiation wave killing hundreds of millions and the aftereffects ensuring the deaths of billions more.
When six topflight science fiction romance authors come together to do an anthology, that’s exciting for readers in the genre and a good opportunity...
Science Fiction and Fantasy just go together sometimes, and I feel like they're the perfect vessels for conversations involving gender.
Brothers struggle over power and its absence
And the other one, Andi? The introverted, awkward middle princess is now the Sorceress Queen, Andromeda—and she stands at the precipice of a devastating war.
A boy in my class will one day wipe out two-thirds of the population with a virus. I don't know who he is.
Space Specter examines fear as both motivation and threat. If I discuss this too much, I’ll spoil the plot of the novel.