In this week's viewing: Talentless Nana and Higurashi illustrate why you really should trust your instincts, and more!
A celebration of Writer's Day. with authors Nieves Guijarro Briones, Bibiana García, Kathy Serrano, Kristina Ramos, Sophie Canal, Tania Huerta, Andrea Amosson, Roció Qespi, Eliana Soza, Mirza Patricia Mendoza Cerna, Gabriela A. Arciniegas and Tanya Tynjala
Santiago Páez, Ecuadorian SF author who is revitalizing the genre
In this week's viewing: No Guns Life gives its protagonist a crucial confrontation with his issues, Deca-Dence puts its at the literal center of things, and more!
In this week's viewing: Premiere time is almost over, but never completely over.
In 1930 Astounding Stories was a new publication, edited not by John W. Campbell but by Harry Bates
Neo-Opsis returns, and goes digital
Winners of the X TerBi Contest of the Fantastic for the story theme "Travel in time"
In this week's viewing: Three shows are done for the season, with one coming down to the wire.
Visit with Jack Barrowman online at Galaxy Con
The key to making Prelude to Foundation work is Seldon himself and, like many of Asimov’s other scientist-heroes, he works.
Enjoy these new releases as you put 2020 in the rear view mirror
Requesting assistance for two Latin American artists, hit particularly hard by the pandemic and personal hardships
Defiler of Memories (Casa de la Cultura Ecuatoriana, Quito, 2016) by Oliver Vera Barberán is a YA, debut science fiction novel
The War of the Worlds; a retro-review of the greatest alien invasion story of all time
In this week's viewing: Victims keep lining up for Talentless Nana, Yashahime has a high body count for a show aimed at the younger set, Jujutsu Kaisen makes good on last week's promise, and more!
Tentacle Pulp #13 released, round table A Tribute to Spanish Author Domingo Santos, and Guiris" by Félix Díaz
Metahuman and Constelación open for submissions
If you want hardcore eco-sf, this is your book, but if you want something that speaks to the same points but has a story that pulls you in, I recommend his earlier book, 2312
A roundup of September's posts
An interview with L. Starfyre, author of "risqué and not for the timid" SF Romances, on inclusion in the What Lies Within anthology
Domingo Santos Award Finalists, schedule for the award ceremony for the Interac SF Script contest and an article on the first Spanish science fiction magazine
An Exhibit of "Fantaterror" Movie posters, featuring Spanish fantasy and horror films
In this week's viewing: Higurashi introduces its protagonist to a most unusual ritual, Yashahime thinks you can get a little too invested in prayer, and more!
Introducing a new anthology of Ecuadorian SF
The 2020 Ignotus Awards Winners
This week Steve reviews the November-December issue of F&SF. It's also the second-to-last issue that will be edited by C.C. Finlay, who wants to return to writing. It's a fine issue to end the year on!
When the Core General ambulance ship, I Race To Seek the Living, arrives at the centuries-old STL colony ship Big Rock Candy Mountain, they find the crew of thousands in cryo, weird Tinkertoy bots everywhere, and a golden fembot named Hellen Alloy watching over them.
In this week's viewing: Talentless Nana gets trapped by zombies, Jujutsu Kaisen has a lesson on pocket dimensions, and more!
Science has made hardly a single step that scientifiction has not foretold. And science, in return, has disclosed a million new and startling facts, to serve as wings for the scientifiction author's brain.