An examination of AI as presented in 2001: A Space Odyssey
A review of the latest issue of Incredible Stories.
This publication features a Q&A with each author following their fiction.
Amazing Selects releases Tiny Time Machine by John E. Stith, a BIG time travel story packed into a tiny machine.
In this week's viewing: Some premieres to start 2021 off on the right foot, and a less right foot as well.
The latest happenings
Pseudonymous intrigue in this 1929 issue of Amazing Stories
And now, December.
Catch-up with Tanya's round=up of notable releases in November
A wide mix of stories in this latest issue
Reflections on Blade Runner's Roy batty, on the occasion of his birthday.
No viewing this week, just some thoughts on the best moments of 2020 (yes, there were a few).
Video recordings of the No Police = Know Future anthology book launch are now live on the Amazing Stories TV Channel.
A winner of the Gernsback Writiing Contest, author Jeremy Lichtman now offers us a selection of his short fiction - all in one place!
Spanish author updates for The Science Fiction Encyclopedia
An interesting take on the unnamed author and the unnamed character in Frankenstein.
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...
In this week's viewing: Some shows are ending, some are not, but just about everyone agrees the way to wrap up 2020 is with a solid round of deaths.
Somber. That’s the word which comes to my mind as I was watching George’s Clooney’s “The Midnight Sky”.
Winter season is coming, and so are a ton of shows as the anime world makes up for lost time. (Ed. Note: Now with video clips!)
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.
In this week's viewing: Higurashi explains that you can't punch groupthink away, Jujutsu Kaisen has an antagonist who refuses to be a convenient device, and more!
Barcelona announces an SF/F festival; Tales for Algernon anthology, year 8; issue 2 of Primero Sueño; 20 from 2020 from Fantastic Literature.
In this week's viewing: Higurashi spams the system, Akudama Drive invokes a handy mob, and more!
A review of Ecuadorian author Rafael Lugo Naranjo's, Tripa Mistic
Announcing the winners of the INTERAC Science Fiction Script Contest
As a longtime resident of Los Angeles, I am always drawn in by opening shots of the freeways deserted and overgrown with rampant ivy.
No Police = Know Future, a collection of stories examining the future of policing, available now.
Hemil introduces the horror traditions established by Mary Shelley, Anne Radcliffe and their literary descendants - Raquel Castro, Tanya Tynjälä and Solange Rodríguez Pappe