Fine writing throughout in this magazine devoted to pulp fiction of a higher literary calling.
Fames SF author Ursula K. Le Guin is featured tonight on PBS' American Masters
Final voting for the awards closes tonight!
Amazing Stories' publisher's picks for the 2019 Hugo and Retrospective Hugo Awards.
Tracy Townsend, writer's contest coordinator, wants you to enter this long-running writing contest!
A new Chinese SF Club forms
The 2019 Chinese Nebula Award short list is announced
Want a quick history lesson in the SF genre? Here's how to get one without having to wade through too much of that old, dated, socially jarring stuff without too much trouble.
Yes, once again, Science Fiction is dead, Dead, DEAD! Maybe.
Tanya is taking a break, and leaves us with a book trailer for her latest offering, (Ir)Realidades, to tide us over
An interview with Ricardo Acevedo of miNatura SF magazine
Amazing has received numerous rights queries over the past couple of weeks. Here's why we may not be able to help.
You can't keep a good kerfuffle down! Notes on how to avoid starting a kerfuffle and related fuffle.
Facebook Live will feature a reading by Alma Alexander this coming Sunday.
A more extended report on the happenings at Boskone 56.
Two new anthologies featuring female authors!
Topping international sales of over a million copies, CyberStorm is an indie-publishing success story with longevity.
New projects mean new opportunities for writers
This is a bit dated, but it's still not too late to familiarize yourself with the nastier side of the publishing biz.
Imprisoned involuntary organ donors, a post apocalyptic village trying to survive, stolen alien artifacts and an impending Earth invasion, the dawning of a new humanity, a mutant on the run from space slavers, and alien mail-order brides. Tell me that ain't SF!
Will cyborgs continue to be a 'thing'? Will barbarians continue to inhabit icy planets? What will the fate of reverse harems be? We can't say for sure, but Veronica Scott has a plan!
For those of us who write fiction, he has countless wise and constructive advice to offer
Five Fantastic Fantasies, perfect for the holidays
The French author Hugues Douriaux died this past November.
A sequel to The Handmaid's Tale is in the works.
Haffner Press announces a two volume set containing everything John the Balladeer.
In addition to free fiction, Tor.com has these offerings today: Star Trek: The Art of John Eaves Offers a Look at a Better (and Cooler) Future by...
Not everything eligible, but a fine collection of sample 1943 fanzines for voters to check outt
SF in Israel is starting to make some noise
If you're too stuffed to write, we understand. If, on the other hand, the muse strikes, try this exercise.