Tanya takes a look at two Finnish anthologies in translation, a rare treat, as Finnish fiction is rarely translated into English/
Literatura Fantástica’s review of short fiction, an interview with the editors of “Wives are made by order and other stories”, “Circulo de Lovecraft”. issue #7 and an audio presentation of Editorial Cerbero in Vigo
A reading of the novel “At the end of the forest” by Málaga-born Tony Jiménez at the Bookstore En Portada Cómics
An interview with David Luna Lorenzo, on of the co-selectors of “Visiones 2017”
Apache Books upcoming releases, The Ferry” will publish “Gods, ghosts or demons” by Jesús Gordillo and a presentation of “Tomorrow we will cross the Ganges” by Ekaitz Ortega
It’s award season here, and it’s award season in France, too! Romain Lucazeau wins best novel for Latium.
A new collection of essays – Wives Are Made to Order and Other Stories; Third Foundation resource (everything SF & Spanish) opens on Facebook and resurrected Spanish proto-SF in The Astrologer and the Jewish Woman
An interview with Iraqi SF/F author Saad Hadi
Horror by Women anthology, three new novels from Cerberus and the Guillermo de Baskerville 2017 award winner for best indie book, a dark fantasy.
A long list and discussion of Spanish dystopias and an anthology inspired by Black Mirror.
Upcoming events and releases.
Windumanoth issue 2, featuring an interview with Joe Abercrombie and Supersonic #9 a special English edition
Evil certainly is a matter of perspective. But, then again, so is goodness
A new incarnation of the fanzine Terbi, and interview with Nieves Delgado, author of “36” and the latest issue of miNatura Nº 158 Julio Verne Universe
Two new “Nova Fantastica” anthologies announced.
An interview with the author of “Tomorrow we will cross the Ganges”, Ekaitz Ortega
Yes, I can see his silhouette over there, like a paper cut against the moonlight, and I know: if I lean forward I will see him floundering away…, riding away on his witch’s broom, I think, unattainable, deaf to my whine, hue and cry (And to my warning cry!), and how he vanishes into the clouds which crown the summits.
A call for submissions and an interview with the author of Jo, Jo, Jo.
A new release featuring Santa Claus and Zombies, coverage of horror in a prestigious journal, and more
Winners of the Premios Ignotus Award for 2017, new book releases, magazine issues and more.
News from and of interest to the Spanish speaking speculative fiction community.
Wolf attacks…strange voices in the night…odd things are happening in this excerpt from Ed Greenwood’s new novel, The Whispering Skull.
A book launch, writing contests and more news of interest to Spanish speaking fans of speculative fiction.
Xaghra’s Revenge is a well-written, time-travelling historical fantasy. Highly recommended!
Tod Browning’s adaptation of A Merritt’s Burn, Witch Burn! was less faithful to the source material than a Mexican film based on the same material, but was technically a much better film.
News of TerBi, new novel releases and “The search for identity in gender literature” presentation + colloquium.
Taken as a spiritual successor to The Cat and the Canary, Seven Footprints to Satan is not too bad. That said, it is a shame that First National missed the chance to give filmgoers a full-blooded A. Merritt adaptation.
News of the latest Spanish language speculative fiction releases, as well as a horror symposium.
¿Y qué hago promocionando un nuevo libro en finlandés en este blog? Pues que una de mis historias se encuentra en él. La historia va como sigue: Roxana Crisólogo es una poeta peruana viviendo en Finlandia, cuyo proyecto Sivuvalo, da visibilidad a los escritores extranjeros que residimos aquí. Ella le dio mis datos al editor […]
News of a writing contest and the release of the latest issue of Digital miNatura.