Afro Puffs are the Antennae of the Universe by Zig Zag Claybourne takes readers on a non-stop psychedelic ride to places other science fiction works are afraid to go.
Alternate history novel After Hastings by Steven H. Silver takes readers in an astonishing new direction following the famed Battle of Hastings
This publication features a Q&A with each author following their fiction.
A wide mix of stories in this latest issue
Reflections on Blade Runner's Roy batty, on the occasion of his birthday.
An interesting take on the unnamed author and the unnamed character in Frankenstein.
Some covers express the genre tropes so well, they demand attention
A new year, a fresh start, and lots of great books to read. I've got high hopes for 2021. This month we've got two books...
Somber. That’s the word which comes to my mind as I was watching George’s Clooney’s “The Midnight Sky”.
A disappointing second outing for Wonder Woman
Greenland gets a B+ in this review of the post-apocalyptic thriller.
Water was recently added to the commodities exchanges. Still the water (Seix Barral, Bogotá, 2019) by Juan Álvarez addresses this scary fact.
A roundup of notable literary happenings.
A review of Ecuadorian author Rafael Lugo Naranjo's, Tripa Mistic
As a longtime resident of Los Angeles, I am always drawn in by opening shots of the freeways deserted and overgrown with rampant ivy.
Tanya Tynjala, our Spanish language editor, introduces two new contributors
Stories with low stakes and small rewards, little triumphs, happy chances.
In his last column ever... for 2020... Steve talks about two books by Jeffrey A. Carver, and hopes you all have a wonderful winter season.
Venerian? Venusian? Join the debate in this review of the December, 1928 issue of Amazing Stories
A review of Bolivian author Hugo Revollo's collection Cosmonaut: Retrofuturist and Fantastic Tales
In his penultimate 2020 column, Steve reviews a new horror anthology. Is it scary? Very!
Who doesn't want to get hot and steamy during the holidays?
Enjoy these new releases as you put 2020 in the rear view mirror
This week Steve reviews the November-December issue of F&SF. It's also the second-to-last issue that will be edited by C.C. Finlay, who wants to return to writing. It's a fine issue to end the year on!
Introducing a new anthology of Ecuadorian SF
An online tri-annual speculative fiction magazine of work by “queer POC / Indigenous / Aboriginal creators”
A review of a new release by a controversial author.
A review of Outworlds 71: a legacy for fanzine editor Bill Bowers, 15 years in the making.
a horror magazine with a Stephen King theme
When the Core General ambulance ship, I Race To Seek the Living, arrives at the centuries-old STL colony ship Big Rock Candy Mountain, they find the crew of thousands in cryo, weird Tinkertoy bots everywhere, and a golden fembot named Hellen Alloy watching over them.