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Yemanja, Yemoja, Yemalla, Janaína – the Mother of Waters is one of the main goddesses, of various Afro-American religions – Santería, Voodoo, Candomblé – which evolved from African deities grafted onto Catholic saints.
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Miguel O'Hara just wants to get back to his future.
James plants a flag for straight white males - but not the one you'd expect.
Judith Dial, editor and former book dealer, shares her concerns about the state of fandom.
How does one reconcile the moral dilemma of liking art from an artist one dislikes on moral grounds?
Tanya profiles international author Lavie Tidhar
A profile of one of SF's leading advocates for women and feminism - and a hell of a writer and critic - Joanna Russ
Tanya's interview with Lavie Tidhar, Israeli author and editor - in English! (A native spanish speaker living in Finland, interviewing an Israeli author, in English!)
Occasionally, I discover my inner German: a series of conceptual photos and photomanipulations, which capture the elusive concept of time travel.
K. Ceres Wright reminds us that good stuff comes from SFWA.
K. Ceres Wright follows up her original interview with Jarvis Sheffield of the Black Science Fiction Society to discuss what more needs to be done in the service of diversity in genre.
M.C. Carper interviews comics artist Alejandra Marquez
K. Ceres Wright highlights the recent announcement by the Chi-Fi convention that they are rescheduling their convention because the venue might not be welcoming to fans.
Try to Remember by Frank Herbert is a fitting finale to the 1969 edition Best of Amazing anthology and a fitting story to represent what is best about Amazing Stories. First published in the October 1961 issue, the novella is one of those stories that makes the reader think.
Our holiday present to our viewers - the holidays as depicted on various pulp magazine covers.
Does science fiction suffer from animal animosity? Where are all the outer-spacey pets? Who banned fish tanks from the Enterprise? C.E. Martin wants to know.
K. Ceres Wright interviews one of the great influenctial forces behind black science fiction, Jarvis Sheffield, founder of the Black Science Fiction Society
Fascinating, Bothersome & Informative: News of the genre week from Amazing Stories
As I begin writing this, it pains me that such a post is even necessary here in the early years of the twenty-first century,...
The controversy over the SFWA Bulletin that erupted from the SFWA forums onto the wider internet this week brought to mind something that's been...