A review of Windumanoth #10 featuring an interview with Richard Morgan and Tim Pratt and the art of Breogán Álvarez.
The key to making Prelude to Foundation work is Seldon himself and, like many of Asimov’s other scientist-heroes, he works.
Like many other temps, Anna works for a soulless company with little regard for the people it uses up. The only difference is that she temps in the underworld of supervillains
Celebrating Bradbury's Centennial with a look back at the premiere of Truffaut's titular movie
In this week's viewing: Appare-Ranman and No Guns Life's villains are just in it for the money, and more!
Beautifully paced, crisply written and containing flashes of originality, even brilliance
The second issue of MetaHumana magazine is released and an anthology - Scientific Fiction - rounds up the year's stories from the titular website.
For a little dystopic distraction from our dystopia, try these reads.
New issue out soon
Today Steve reviews a Russian science fiction movie set during the days of the USSR. Russia’s putting out some pretty good SF movies these days!
New books, magazines, fanzines and media from Hispanoamerico
Mexican author Gerardo Horacio Porcayo's novel, Back to the Skin, evokes Well's Island of Doctor Moreau.
In this week's viewing: Re:ZERO takes a mental health day, Appare-Ranman! gives everyone time off for hijinks, and more!
Robots and Space Opera feature in this month's roundup
Praise for Strahan's annual best anthology
Coverage of a 1967 lecture by Jorge Luis Borges on - "Fantastic Literature"
Steve finishes a two-part review of the July-August issue of F&SF—the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. It’s an excellent issue of a top SF/F magazine!
In this week's viewing: Re:ZERO and No Guns Life enjoy some villainous idiocy, and more!
Victor Conde announces two new novels - El beso de Copacati (Dolmen) and 6 a.m. In the marsh at the edge of the universe
In 1930 Astounding Stories was a new publication, edited not by John W. Campbell but by Harry Bates
Celebrating Ray Bradbury's Centennial
In this week's viewing: Appare-Ranman reveals a tough dude with a soft spot for kids, Re:ZERO has a tough gal with a soft spot for kids, and more!
Fantastica Without Borders launches issue 7
A review of the short story collection The Ekeko and the Impossible Wishes by Sarko Medina Hinojosa
The reissue of the Ecuadorian science fiction novel for adolescents, Infinito 9 (Loqueleo, 2017) by Verónica Coello Game leads to discussion of YA lit.
Again, Steve reviews a retro movie from the ‘50s. He must like them... except we don’t think he liked this one!
In this week's viewing: Deca-Dence bucks the system, Appare-Ranman! goes all in with the movie references, and more!
A new tale from somewhere near the corner of Bleeker and Macdougal streets, a fourth part of The Greenwich Village Trilogy...maybe
miNatura announces a new writing contest
The SF Canon does not go 'Boom'