Examination of the Eduadorian author Leonardo Wild and his novel Unemotion, first published in German, then translated to Spanish
Tanya rounds up the Latino field with new books, magazines and happenings.
In Hermann Gil Roble’s new novel, nanotechnology drugs are used to give consumers sublime experiences. But of course, there are side effects…
Veronica interviews Corie Weaver, editor of the Young Explorers’ Adventure Guide series of books, then asks some science fiction romance writers what the first science fiction books they read were.
Interview with David Calleja, author of “El cuento de Dione” and other news.
Announces the transfer of a collection of Spanish speculative fiction texts, some of them quite rare, to a university library and the publication of a collection of Russian speculative fiction in Spanish.
Announcements of the publication of José Antonio Suárez’ novel La máquina de la felicidad and Back to a Brave New World, an anthology tribute to Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World.
Nina Munteanu explores issue surrounding eco-fiction and optimistic science fiction with four female speculative fiction authors and/or publishers.
Steve revisits a favourite–classic–“spy spoof” from the ’60s. Many people loved these James Coburn films!
When is a door not a door? When it’s found in a fantasy or science fiction setting.
Just in case you’ve missed out on all the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary happenings….
Maybe it’s time to donate to SETI … and vote for politicians who believe that Gross National Happiness is less important than Gross National Aerospace Investment.
Last week, we talked about how works of speculative fiction deploy techniques commonly found in literary fiction. This week, we’re going to flip that coin and look at how mainstream literary fiction employs techniques developed and refined in science fiction and fantasy. There are many theories as to what constitutes the “core technique” underlying speculative […]
Whenever I think of speculative fiction’s relationship to romance, I am always reminded of that scene in The Princess Bride where Fred Savage’s character interrupts his grandpa and – voice dripping with scorn – asks: “Is this a kissing book?” The implication is that romance is antithetical to the cool stuff at the heart of […]