News about Spanish language speculative fiction book releases, Web articles and anthology calls.
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News of upcoming Spanish language speculative fiction novels and other publications.
This week, Steve reviews the Sept./Oct. 2017 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, their 68th anniversary issue. And finds it good to read!
Announcement of the next Terbi conference, as well as the launch of the novel “Mañana cruzaremos el Ganges” by Ekaitz Ortega.
Unidentified Funny Objects, science fiction and fantasy’s first and only annual humor anthology series, is back for a sixth year with stories by Jim C. Hines, Mike Resnick, Alan Dean Foster, Jody Lynn Nye, Esther Friesner, Gini Koch, Ken Liu, Jack Campbell and more.
Call for submissions for an anthology of Spanish neo-indigenous speculative fiction.
A link to the programme for Hispacon and the announcement of a new issue of Iberoamericana Magazine.
The contents of SuperSonic Issue 8, the program of the 9th Gothic Week of Madrid dedicated to Lovecraft, and more.
A review of Begoña Pérez Ruiz’s novel Blue and the announcement of a sale on the few remaining copies of books from Spiral Science Fiction.
The July/August edition of F&SF features many stories of dark fantasy and an unofficial theme of the arts.
An announcement about new publications from Ediciones El transbordador, Apache Libros takes over publication of the winners of the UPC Awards, and more!
While there have been French fantasy authors who started playing and/or writing about Role Playing Games, the connection is complicated.
The publication of YOSS’ satirical novel Super Extra Grande, a call for a new anthology of speculative fiction, and more.
Two new speculative fiction books have been released in Spanish: La canción de Bêlit, an exploration of a lost period in the history of Robert E, Howard’s Conan the Barbarian; and Transcrepuscular, which considers a possible evolutionary symbiosis between humanity and nature, exposing our ethnocenrtic view of the world.
In Hermann Gil Roble’s new novel, nanotechnology drugs are used to give consumers sublime experiences. But of course, there are side effects…
Many who enjoyed the thriller-type TV series of the seventies and eighties, plus Stephen King’s wonderful novel Needful Things, will enjoy the collection of tales called Marvelry’s Curiosity Shop.
The publication of a new speculative fiction magazine called Windumanoth, and notice of a tribute to the late author Javier Redal.
Steve ceases reviewing this week to tell you of cheap and free SF/F ebooks, SF sites, semiprozines and all sorts of SF/F resources online. Check them all out!
For his last column for Amazing Stories, Sam reviews some podcast short stories that contain the theme of change.
New collections of short stories and a tribute to the late author Javier Redal.
The republication of a classic Elia Barceló novel, the call for nominations for the 17th Manuel de Pedrolo Award – City of Mataró competition for works of science fiction in Catalan, and more news of interest to Spanish speaking speculative fiction fans.
Cottingley is a treat and another triumph for one of the best writers of dark fiction around, Alison Littlewood.
Announcement of the release of a Spanish language science fiction anthology called Quasar 2.
An interview with Cherith Baldry, one of the contributors to the anthology Improbable Botany.
An overview of the rules of the 2017 Domingo Santos Award for short stories and the launch of “Ambition to the Light of the Moon” by Robert E. Howard.
The launch of Sergi Álvarez’ satirical novel The Silencer and a description of the latest issue of “Science Fiction Studies” focused on Spanish SF.
Ken Macleod interviewed about his contribution to Improbable Botany
The announcement of the winning novel for the Minotauro 2017 Award, and an interview with author Pepe Carabel.
Interviews with authors Dioni Arroyo and Javier Sáchez, who talk about their latest novels.