With six issues under its belt augur is switching to paying full SFWA rates, apparently the only SpeciFic zine in Canada to do so.
Just in time for the Holidays
Cool reads here. Don't miss out!
The divide between human and canine is narrowed in the novel What’s Bred in the Bone. As author Jan S. Gephardt rewrites the definition of a hero.
One of our regular columnists was just inducted into the CSFFA' s Hall of Fane
Captain Future; female heroes in space; three black holes colliding; FTL being taken seriously, Dan Simmons screed; Elon Musk builds a silo; Kay Tarrant, George Lucas, Greta Thunberg, Boston Dynamics, Spider-Man and, believe it or not - more!
The aftermath of the Saudi drone strike - from space.
Libros Editorial Bisonte y WhaltariBooks presentaron el 1 de agosto la novela “Nosocomium" del escritor Christ Gutiérrez-Rodríguez (Premio Copé de Oro, 2012). Los comentarios estuvieron...
We're going into a second printing for our fifth issue!
Adhara Stanley", a young Bolivian writer, takes us in her novel VUNTOR through dream worlds and realities that combine in a whirlpool of magical images.
New releases and reissues; new issues of Aeternum, miNatura, Penumbria; interviews and presentations by several Amazing Stories authors, and more.
Gernsback experiences myth becoming reality; H.G. Wells, David H Keller, Baron Munchhhausen's adventures and more round out this 1928 issue of the magazine
World Fantasy, British Fantasy, Seiuns, Rhyslings, Golden Heart, Neffy, Prix Rosny Aines, Inkpot, Inky, Prism, Aliance awards and shortlists; Hamill wins an Icon, Worldcon Business Meet agtenda and, the Philes' Phabulous Phandom(s) pixel scroll!mi
So let’s get things straight. I am not a hall H kinda gal, so no, I did not get to see, hear, touch, breathe...
Bo, the Wonder Dog, tries his hand at posting. We think it beats those "elephant paints abstracts" cold.
You can follow the lightsail's progress on a dashboard from the Planetary Society
There's more than one kind of fireworks you can indulge on Independence Day
Wow! Night launches are always spectacular and this one was no exception. (Unfortunately, the main core missed its landing on the drone ship)
Amazing Stories rolls out its Event Calendar. A few thoughts on promoting your event and providing information to the public.
A review of the most recent issue of Lackington's Magazine - Voyages
It's the 1960s in Greenwich Village; aliens have invaded and there's a kid in the park creating psychedelic butterflies out of thin air. In other words, just a regular day in the village.
Summer Romance Bingo, hosted by the Ripped Bodice Bookstore of SoCal. Now what could that be?
Armstrong Air & Space Museum discusses the importance of science fiction to the development of space flight.
Highlighting popular posts from May for our French-reacxhing audience
scientists discover something on the Moon that is not a monolith; Bicycle Librarians, R-Rated Star Trek movie, Harlan in hippy garb, Heinlein still telling us what to do, secret bluetooth tracking, new releases, and DON'T BRING BED BUGS HOME FROM CONVENTIONS!
2019's Kurd Laswitz Pries, Sunbursts, Royal Society's Book Prize, Rockies, JW Campbell Memorial Award, GRRM's Sense of Wonder Scholarship, REH Foundation Awards, McIntyre Memorial, cats sleeping on SF and Spock vs McCoy!
When studying for the Galactic Citizenship Exam, it is strongly recommended that you read and become familiar with the content listed here.
Fandom should be doing a better job at vetting its sponsors and supporters
Canadian local - a review of an anthology devoted to Manitoban speculative fiction