If you were a faithful viewer of this show in the fifties, you had a chance to win a full scale rocketship!
Hugo awards nominations open today
It’s easy to fall asleep beneath this Night Sky
New SFR releases – SHATTER (WAR BRIDES OF THE MORJA BOOK 3), OLIVIA AND THE ORC (ALIEN ABDUCTION BOOK 15), and MORE!
New edition of Fantastic Literature newsletter; Nacimiento by Luis Mari de Juan Irastorza released and an interview with the author,
“Nuestra parte de noche” wins Grand Prix d’l Imaginaire 2022; “Exploring the possible worlds of science fiction” to be taught by Daniela Lomartti; history and adventures of Flash Gordon, and more
An alien armada is making its presence felt along the far reaches of Teixcalaanli space. Immune to seductive overtures of friendship extended to them. An intelligent, thought provoking and refreshingly different take of the usual ‘Space Opera’ slant
Kelvin 505 Awards finalists, Celsius 2022 festival poster, New issues of “Windumanoth” and “Incredible Stories” magazines, and “Tentacle Pulp” Issue 28
A Different Set of Lips
Buck Rogers, originated in Amazing Stories magazine as “Anthony” Rogers, would eventually go on to a long career as “Luck Skywalker”.
Film & TV themes can often transport us to realms beyond our own
New releases – Codigofagia. Mexican Cinema and Science Fiction; Fanzine 11.5. fictional language; University of New Granada is coordinating the course: Ideology and figurations of monstrosity in the Spanish and Latin American narrative of the 21st century; Professor Giancarlo Stagnaro presents “Peruvian science fiction (1960-2020): between panoramas and promises”.
This issue is full of innovative, creative, and masterful concepts well worth reading
Rosa Forlano, a 90 year old Nonna, falls in love with a robot while teaching it how to make spaghetti. Unfortunately, her family recipe is erased by a software update.
Domingo Santos Award 2022 details; Fantastic Literature website resource
Jet packs, robots, laboratories with seemingly non-functioning apparatus, and look – someone else is trying to take over the world, AGAIN!
Three teleplays based on stories by the famous SF writing team of C. L. Moore and Henry Kuttner (Lewis Padgett, Lawrence O’Donnell) for an indie film, Tales of Tomorrow and The Twilight Zone
A rock album this ain’t! What does Starship Troopers have in common with Iron Man and the Rocketeer? Maybe its helmets you can’t really see out of…or maybe its something else
Play House 90’s very first episode, written by Rod Serling, based on a Pat Frank novel and starring Charlton Heston, Diana Lynn, Tab Hunter and Vincent Price
Elia Barceló to discuss her work “Death in Santa Rita”; Nano technology story contest to be hosted by the Festival of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
Perhaps the only Weinbaum story that’s been made into a film or television episode
A partial cover reveal serves as the announcement of a contest – readers can win free copies of our forthcoming anthology!
Destination Space depicts space exploration that takes place before Destination Moon, even though it was filmed after Destination Moon
Croatian National SF Con – SFeraKon – invites Ukrainians to attend for free
A preliminary look at some of the latest Scince Fiction Romance novels
THE PROCESS takes 3rd in the short novel by Ediciones El Transbordador; “Jot Down” magazine announces the 9th popularization of science contest
Genre works top the film list and make up half of the top ten; meanwhile over in TVStreaming land, only three genre-relateds in the Top Ten
A balance of ‘space-opera scope meets small-town girl’
Today on our Patreon account we’ll be unveiling the first of several cover reveals for our up-coming HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT anthology of science fiction stories. If you want to see it first, you’ll need to sign up for a Patreon account (here). Tiers start at as low as a dollar and offer our supporters a variety […]
The latest issue, featuring an editorial on how NOT to write science fiction.