Nominations are now open for the Hugo Awards, the Lodestar Award for Best Young Adult Book, and the Astounding Award for Best New Writer, to be presented at Chengdu Worldcon 2023, the 81st World Science […]
Best of British Science Fiction 2021, Donna Scott, ed. (NewCon Press 978-1-91495-324-8, £26.99, 368pp, hc) August 2022. Cover by Ian Whates. Donna Scott has edited the Best of British Science Fiction for NewCon Press since […]
John Scalzi is the winner of the 2023 Robert A. Heinlein Award, given for “outstanding published works in science fiction and technical writings that inspire the human exploration of space.” Winners are chosen by a committee […]
The judges for the 2023 World Fantasy Awards have been empaneled. The judges will read and consider eligible materials from 2022 between now and June 1, 2023. To be considered for awards, all materials must […]
Gary offers up his own (well-informed) listicle of influential Science Fiction
In a crumbling kingdom inspired by the deserts of North Africa, two women’s lives will become irrevocably changed
Part II of Steve’s review of an excellent SF and fantasy collection of stories by San Francisco’s Lisa Mason.
Yesterday, Luis Vigil, pioneer of the science fiction edition in Spain and co-director of Nueva Dimensión, the most important magazine of Spanish science fiction, died at seventy-nine.
Galactic Gladiators! Thumbs up for Anna Hackett’s Centurion
The Spanish Association of Fantasy Science Fiction and Terror (AEFCFT) announces the first number of Opportunity magazine
This magazine is all fantasy: The issue was fun to read. Full of good writing and evocative imagery.
With a monster lurking in the forest, a wandering mage mysteriously appearing, and more secrets awakening to unravel the truths of their world, Tas and Girik must make grave decisions.
What must it feel like to live in your own legend?
When socially awkward Dexter Fortis rescues an elf owl blown off course by a storm, he has no idea the bird is a shifter named Orion
In this week’s viewing: Dr. Stone takes a good look around, Granbelm looks for everyday magic, and more!
A review of a trilogy’s finale finds it a bit wanting
In her debut column, Linnea takes a look at four fantasy series.
Cover mentions. Every author loves them, but do they actually help sell magazines?
Amusing at times, shocking at others, a touching and somehow wonderful SFF read.
TEENS ENLIST THE FAE TO WIN A WAR IN IRELAND
Worldcon Report #1
This week, Steve reviews the July-August F&SF, and stumps for your votes (Canadians only!) for the Aurora Awards.
This week Steve stays put in space and time, reviewing the May/June Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF). The stories in the issue, however, range all over space and time!
Arrowsmith is one of the best alternate history and fantasy comics out there.
Fandom is once again having an effect on French speculative fiction publishing.
Aaron. R. Allen has an engrossing sword and sorcery story to tell.
An appreciation of Venezuelan science fiction and fantasy writer Jorge De Abreu, who died on September 28.
The first issue of a new Spanish language fantasy magazine, Iron and Bones, has been released, and Cixin Liu, author of the 2015 Hugo Award winning novel The Three Body Problem, will appear in Barcelona.
Club Report: Meet the SF Association of Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Weiss takes on the Kabbala.