A number of literary competitions currently accepting submissions
Genre penetration of the entertainment airwaves remains at 30% across the board, according to the latest reporting from JustWatch!
Vine-covered derelict cities may have a few remaining inhabitants
A review of Julio Meza Díaz’ La Máquina del Orgasmo Infinito (The Infinite Orgasm Machine). As may be suspected from the title, some topics included here may not be appropriate for all audiences.
The truth is what General Sherman said: “War is hell.”
In the latest issue of F&SF magazine: a dash of archaeological mystery; a hint of ancient legend; the virtue of endurance; parental guidance and unburied secrets are among the themes of this bi-monthly issue
Rules for the III Villiers de l’Isle Adam Prize for Fantastic Novel
Veronica Scott continues to highlight SF Romance reads that will keep your summer steamy!
New releases, Chilean literary conference, and calls for submission to 10th Sants 2022 fantastic and horror short story contest
Genre representation in media formats takes a definite down-turn among audience interest over the holiday weekend.
Steve reviews a couple of movies from 1980 and 1984 that both deal with time travel and the U.S. Navy. He says he’s seen better—but he’s also seen a lot worse.
Veronica’s latest notables. (Hey, when are they going to add an SFR category to awards?)
New releases from Vestigio Editions, “Havana pulp mission” by Barbarella D’Acevedo offered for free, 30th issue of Letters and Demons magazine; LPD Magazine dedicated a program to Christopher Lee and more
Windumanoth calls for stories, X Contest of Fantastic and Horror wants micro-stories and SuperSonic magazine #21 features a Terror Special
Hmmm – Face Mites…coronal mass ejections, self-aware computer programs, blimps and more. Geez, the world sure is a science fiction place!
In the year 2029, a marine biologist and her aquatic engineer husband fight to survive after a global cataclysm strikes, separating them from their spectacular underwater habitat.
We’re feeling a bit of Android love this week!
The 2022 Ignotus Award Finalists are announced
A science fiction mystery that invokes Christie, rather than Chandler.
One man’s infatuation is another’s immolation
Good Business…but for whom?
Fifth edition of YA novel Nina and the abandoned house” by Ricardo Virhuez announced; Latest issue of Uruguayan magazine “Sonámbulo”; Magazine Juventud Técnica announces the prizes for the 2022 Science Fiction contest; the National Library of Peru Peruvian Literature Program presentation on Science Fiction 1960 – 2020
Tribute to Manuel Berlanga Fernández; Visiones 2021 anthology, International Conference on Latin American and Spanish Science Fiction and more
Andrew Paul Weston’s review of the latest issues will be published soon
Romance knows no bounds
Fans of Icehome rejoice! Volume 16 is on the way!
Lorna Awards 2022 Finalists for Best Fantasy Comic announced; will be awarded at Celsius 232 event
Adam, a man on probation and ruled by AI in the year 2029, an age of universal basic income and self driving cars. When Adam is driven to a mysterious town by the automated vehicle. It becomes clear that something is not right.
Free fiction…from Feghoots to graphic novels, from SF to fantasy and horror, all for free
Entertaining off-the-wall innovation ranging from the grim to the light-hearted in this collection from JD DeLuzio.
(Note: Some language in this review may not be appropriate for all audiences