In this week's viewing: Nothing goes as expected, from the latest introduction in Sailor Moon to everything in Hunter x Hunter!
Ok, I'll say it, if only to keep up with the current trend on the site: The Experimenter Publishing Company is pleased to bring...
Tanya rounds up the past month's offerngs
A review of the second issue of Le Novelliste, a surrealist speculative fiction magazine
Dr. Jeremy Stone: Do you believe in time travel? Dr. Angela Noyce: Sure! As much as I believe in Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny....
According to the Hugo Awards website, live text coverage of the Retrospective Hugo Awards will being in apprroximately two hours from now - or...
In case you missed one or more of Steve’s so-called “scintillating” columns (well, he seems to think they are), here’s a list of all he wrote in 2018.
Blaming someone for something is part of human nature. Domestic Batterers blame their victims. Evangelists blame the devil, or sometimes God for bad things...
In this week's viewing: master manipulators on display in Erased, Active Raid, and Gundam, and more!
Hispano America's June Round up.
Reports on Hispacon 2018, the Ansible feminist festival and a report on "Casa de Sombras" by Tony Jiménez
...when Okoli came out with his brainless slander against the personhood movement, she’d responded, We don’t do that anymore … Killing people is counterproductive.
Steve is unforgivably late with his review of the Jan/Feb 2020 F&SF. He hopes you’ll forgive him if he posts the next two issues’ reviews on time!
A comprehensive listing of genre television shows - current and up-coming. Check your local listings.
Report on the Celsius Festival's programming; Minatura's 2019 Fantastic Microcuent contest rules, AEFCFT's nomination for ESFS awards; and interview with José Antonio Suárez about Alter Ego and more!
A medieval fantasy seen through a science fiction lens
Live Free or Die -John Ringo Reviewing Live Free or Die is a complicated task. I like the book, I think it’s the best Ringo book...
The reissue of the Ecuadorian science fiction novel for adolescents, Infinito 9 (Loqueleo, 2017) by Verónica Coello Game leads to discussion of YA lit.
While many have guarded the secret to great science fiction, others have agreed to share this wonderful insight. I asked some of the greatest minds in the industry to whisper their secrets to us. What follows is a mixture of method and advice.
Let's travel back in time, you and I. Let's go back to a time before music was delivered in packets of data. Let's travel...
2013 sees the twentieth anniversary of Jurassic Park. To celebrate, a 3D version will be released in the USA in April: http://www.jurassicpark.com/index_splash.html. Dinosaurs are hotter...
Weston Ochse has a bit to say in this guest post about alien invasions: short version: We're toast!
"The Exiles of the Helix" by Juan Manuel Sánchez Villoldo, and a few words by the author.
In this week's viewing: Attack on Titan and Dororo grapple with the fallout of bad parenting choices, and more!
When it comes to science fiction romance, who doesn't love a man in uniform?
Frank Herbert's Dune has been a favorite subject for science fiction illustrators for years. Now Sam Weber is about to release a new illustrated edition.
An interview with M.G. Herron, author of the noir detective - pulp SF thriller Culture Shock
Plots have been recycled for centuries and will be for centuries more. The novelty, the interest, comes from seeing what the author brings to the tale, how s/he changes it to make it different.
So. What was YOUR 'Golden Age of SF" like?
The first science fiction story authored by a woman to appear in a science fiction magazine. FuturesPast Editions Amazing Stories Classic reprint of Clare Winger Harris' THE FATE OF THE POSEIDONIA