An exciting critique of America and Mexico, set in a city that IS the wall between the two nations
Back in May a new SF series called Night Sky premiered, with terrific actors Sissy Spacek and J.K. Simmons. But Amazon nixed a second season. Have you seen it? Can you explain why Amazon killed it? I can’t.
New issues of Thesis magazine, Quimera, Babelicus and Historias Pulp released, plus lots more in this roundup of Latin American genre happenings.
The cover of the latest anthology from Amazing Stories is revealed!
Callum (Seven Brides Alien Brothers by Honey Phillips and Sweetwater and the Witch (A Harmony Novel Book) by Jayne Castle feature in this week’s Romance Roundup!
New Release – “Chlorophyll” by Cristina Jurado & Tentacle Pulp issue 32.
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.
Ana Triveño Gutiérrez releases her latest novel “It’s Raining Stars”, a YA adventure
95+ titles released this week and these two are highlighted!
Víctor Conde, Guillem Sánchez win 2022 Minotaur Award; “I destroyed the Earth and other stories” anthology released; New issue of Windumanoth magazine.
Cards Against Humanity, new book releases, film based on Heinlein short, Star Trek debut anniversary, more
Steve’s been really taken by two new things: the new Stallone movie Samaritan, and the new Amazon series The Man Who Fell to Earth, with Chiwetel Ejiofor. You may not agree, but you have to watch them before you’re entitled to my… er, your opinion.
A presentation on the Pandorum anthologies and the re-issue of The Third Name of the Emperor by Víctor Conde
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!
We’ve checked multiple times and the experts assure us that the steam will not negatively affect the operation of this web site
Tentacle Pulp #31 now available: an upcoming talk on utopias and dystopias
Netflix has released a new vampire movie starriing multiple-award winner Jamie Foxx as a vamp hunter. While it breaks no new ground, it has a great bit part by Snoop Dogg as a “cowboy” vamp hunter. Fairly gory, not exactly family fare, but watchable. Also, check out TV series “Moonhaven” and upcoming movie “Slumberland.”
Book Fairs, first issue of Panamanian periodical Weird Review Magazine; more
Over 100 titles this week!
An interview with writer Felix J. Palma on the Windumanoth podcast; Ray Harryhausen dedicated title reaches its second edition; more
Back in the late 1950s-early 1960s, when I was but a lad, I was taken by the (written) works of John Wyndham. This is the latest adaptation of his 1957 book, and it’s not bad at all.
An anthology of eschatological stories, well crafted and cohesive, whose quality cannot be denied
Here they are, the latest Science Fiction Romance releases!
Author Rodolfo Martínez announces shared Drimar universe anthology; No. 3 of El Tunche, the monthly publication, released, more
The latest happenings in Spanish language science fiction and fantasy
The newest film in the multi-movie Predator sequence stars only Indigenous actors and could be considered either a prequel or sequel to the other Predator movies. It may not be a great movie, but it’s certainly a watchable one. It’s on Hulu, if you’re interested.
Honey Phillips launches a new series – Artek SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN ALIEN BROTHERS
Report on the Lima bookfair, MiNatura magazine returns, more
This week’s newest releases in Science Fiction Romance
The Pandorum collection begins! Scientific Fiction seeking submissions