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Book Review: Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson

If you want to read a classic SF novel that is even more relevant now, check out Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash.

“Underbreak” de Cristián Londoño: tecnologías de control

A review and analysis of Underbreak, the latest novel by Ecuadorian author Cristián Proaño Londoño

EL CYBERGRIND, UNA ALTERNATIVA AL CYBERPUNK: Una entrevista a Ronald Rodríguez...

An interview with Bolivian author Ronald Rodriguez Gonzales, creator of Cybergrind, the alternative to cyperpunk

Literatura de ciencia ficción ecuatoriana en la web

Ebooks versus traditional books, as filtered through an Ecuadorian lens.

Proof Science Fiction is Real

Forget UFOs. Science Fiction IS REAL.

Entrevista con Scott Lynch, Autor Nominado al World Fantasy Award

An interview with World Fantasy Award nominee Scott Lynch

Crónica del Evento BEHIQUE 2014 Por Sheila Padrón Morales

The DIALFA Project: Behique - an annual Cuban theater of fantasy and science fiction

REVIEWS: John Shirley—Between Genres (Always)

Steve considers two of John Shirley's different genres: Fantasy Detective and Western!

The Greatest Science Fiction Novels of All Time Part 5

The fifth inductee into Amazing Stories list of the greatest science fiction novels of all time.

Shadowrun 20th Anniversary vs. 5th Edition

What makes for a good RPG edition? Organization. Editing and - SUPPLEMENTS!

The Artful Collector: Why Artists Disappear

You may be wondering what inspired my ongoing series "Where are they Today?"  - postings which shed light on the doings of artists whose...

Noticias literatura 18-6

Ediciones Irreverentes (Irreverent Editions) introduces two science fiction novels & the new issue of Valinor Magazine is available for free download.

LATINOAMERICA 2025, la primera novela cyberpunk boliviana

Latinoamerica 2025 is a milestone of Bolivian cyberpunk

Social Media In Fiction and The Rebirth of Cyberpunk

Alternate economies, cyberpunk and world-building the future.

Cyberpunk’d

An introduction to the various punk sub genres and what to expect in the upcoming series.

Review: Stand On Zanzibar by John Brunner

Stand on Zanzibar, John Brunner's 1969 Hugo Winner for Best Novel, was one of those books I always meant to get around to reading, especially when I came across an essay that suggested it was a precursor to cyberpunk.

Taking A Look At Gibson’s Neuromancer

A review of William Gibson's Neuromancer.

Novedades de Septiembre en Latinoamérica

Genre news from Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Chile and Cuba

Ooky Spooky Animanga Part I: Vampires

Autumn in New England serves to transport me immediately into a Halloween world - where one finds Vampires. In Anime!

Science Fiction Hobby Games: A First Survey – A Review

I do love me some board games. I've been playing 'em since I was below the recommended age and never gave up. Over the...

FUTUGRAMMA: Un continente escribiendo sus propios futuros

FUTUGRAMMA es un espacio que se plantea la relación entre la escritura y el devenir del cosmos desde nuestra situación como latinoamericanos. También es un...

A Commissioning Editor Speaks: David Moore of Abaddon Books

Britain's Abaddon Books is a seething brew of villainous steampunk, sleek spaceships, cruel sorcery, and blood-soaked horror. I tracked their commissioning editor David Moore down to...

Shadowrun Returns

This month, we will see the first fruits of the great Kickstarter flood of 2012. The four titans of that period—Double Fine's Broken Age,...

Review: When Gravity Fails by George Alec Effinger

When I punk, it's usually with steam. Any SF fan, regardless of his particular poison, thinks about the future. With my historical background, however, my...

The Virtual Truth of the Bloodlight Chronicles

The Bloodlight Chronicles by Steve Stanton revives originality in today's science fiction with a complex cyberpunk series.

Crossroads: A Genre Darkly

World-building, extrapolation, analogy, conceptual breakthrough, thought experiment - these are science fiction's basic methods. Other genres might occasionally borrow them, but SF has sharpened them to a razor's edge. So what happens when this set of tools works alongside the themes, styles, and plot structures of noir?

A Defining Moment for Science Fiction

The word Science Fiction is recognizable to the average fan, but the definition can be indistinguishable from other genre and cause confusion. Perhaps from the standpoint of the fandom, this vague categorization is by design and allows readers to broaden their focus.