The Bram Stoker novel about a bloodsucker has a short passage about how he got to England. This movie takes that portion of the well-known book and expands it. Steve thinks you’ll like it (a lot).
Want to dig into the tropes and traditions of the fantasy genre? Matthew Sangster has come over from the University of Glasgow to give us An Introduction to Fantasy, and to retrace the steps that […]
LIBROS En México, durante la Feria Universitaria del Libro 2023 de la Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, Federico Schafer dió la conferencia « Colección Aztlanópolis. Ciencia Ficción Mexica(na)». El evento se llevó a cabo el viernes 1 […]
Ganadores de los premios Ignotus 2023: Durante la HispaCon, el pasado fin de semana se difundieron los ganadores de los premios Ignotus 2023 (los Hugo españoles): -Novela: Proyecto Kétchup, de Inés Galiano (Obscura Editorial) -Novela […]
OBITUARIO El escritor cubano Félix Mondéjar, conocido por el seudónimo de F. Mond, uno de los autores más populares de la ciencia ficción cubana durante la década de 1980, cuando publicó varias exitosas novelas, falleció […]
There’s the observation that at any sufficiently advanced science is indistinguishable from magic. In Jon Evans’ new novel Exadelic, this may be more right than anyone ever suspected. JON EVANS: Exadelic‘s big idea is why […]
Standing apart from the crowd is usually seen as a good thing. It makes you cooler than the majority. But what if going against the majority was dangerous? Even life threatening? Enter the dystopian world […]
Today’s links Naomi Klein’s “Doppelganger”: On late capitalism’s double-vision and double trouble. Hey look at this: Delights to delectate. This day in history: 2013, 2018 Colophon: Recent publications, upcoming/recent appearances, current writing projects, current reading […]
When you read a novel, you might think you know who the villain might be. But in Dwain Worrell’s new novel Androne, whoever and whatever you think that villain is, it’s not that. Probably. DWAIN […]
Shape-shifting creatures… in small-town North Carolina? There’s a reason they’re there, and as A.J. Hartley explains in this Big Idea for Hideki Smith, Demon Queller, there’s no better place for them to be. A.J. HARTLEY: […]
The latest animated Resident Evil movie is, I think, worth watching if you’re a fan of the game or the movies. If not, you might wonder what’s going on, but it is at least somewhat self-explanatory. I kinda liked it.
Sí, ya sé. Esta vez se me pasó, no la mano sino el brazo completo. Mil disculpas. Lo que pasa es que un julio me he mudado con mi famoso LadyBoy y como los dos […]
Nueva novela de José Antonio Suárez Ya está disponible “Los límites del infinito” la nueva novela del escritor José Antonio Suárez Disponible en Amazon (ebook, tapa blanda y dura). http://www.joseantoniosuarez.es/limites.htm https://www.amazon.es/dp/B0CFJZFQLH La humanidad se ha […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Unveiling “ESPionage: Regime Change” – A Thrilling Blend of Espionage and Psychic Warfare August 28, 2023 — Get ready for a mind-bending journey into the world of espionage like never before. “ESPionage: Regime […]
Author Caye Marsh was treading in unfamiliar territory when she became a mother, and the feelings that came with it ended up being the seed for her newest novel. Follow along in her Big Idea […]
Today’s Big Idea is short… but is it sweet? Joe R. Lansdale’s collection title promises that Things Get Ugly, and maybe, sometimes, that’s the way it should be. JOE LANSDALE: Things Get Ugly has […]
Collaboration is key. Whether it’s writing a book together, backing a Kickstarter together, or changing the world together, people need each other to make things the best version they can be. Follow along with authors […]
Enough is never enough. This statement rings true when it comes to the power hungry bad guys in Keith Rosson’s new novel, Fever House. But what about when that power they crave comes from a […]
Steve does short, personal takes—not necessarily reviews—on four recent genre movies (well, almost all genre). He enjoyed watching them and hopes you will too.
For writer and editor Michael A. Burstein, an encounter with an anthology in his youth changed with way he looked at science fiction and its possibilities. Now, with his own anthology Jewish Futures, Burstein looks […]
Author Jacqueline Carey is no stranger to the sort of fandom that thrives on fringes, but in this Big idea for her latest novel, Cassiel’s Servant, Carey explains how that fame and fandom exists for […]
Some of the best stories are retellings of old ones. If something has been done before, that doesn’t mean you can’t also do it, you just have to put your own spin on it. This […]
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