Thoughts on Worldcon76 and an official statement about those results.
Winners will be highlighted when the results are in. Best Novel The Collapsing Empire, by John Scalzi (Tor) New York 2140, by Kim Stanley Robinson (Orbit) Provenance, by Ann Leckie (Orbit) Raven Stratagem, by Yoon Ha Lee (Solaris) Six Wakes, by Mur Lafferty (Orbit) The Stone Sky, by N.K. Jemisin (Orbit) Best Novella All Systems […]
Winners will be highlighted when the results are in. Best Novel Beyond This Horizon, by Anson MacDonald (Robert A. Heinlein) (Astounding Science-Fiction, April & May 1942) Darkness and the Light, by Olaf Stapledon (Methuen / S.J.R. Saunders) Donovan’s Brain, by Curt Siodmak (Black Mask, September-November 1942) Islandia, by Austin Tappan Wright (Farrar & Rinehart) Second […]
Git yer packet! Git yer packet hyah!
It’s time to vote for the 2018 Hugo Awards and the 1943 Retrospective Hugo Awards.
Gernsback video kinda sorta almost gets the story straight
Another fine attendance initiative for this year’s Worldcon!
Attend Worldcon, get a free copy of Amazing Stories
Thoughts on this year’s Worldcon
Video and images from day 3 of Worldcon 75
Hugo awards get listed
Tonite, the Hugo Awards Ceremony 2:30 pm est on 7/11/2017
Videos & pics from Worldcon 75! (Tanya confesses to being a bit overwhelmed)
Happening in Helsinki! Tanya covers the beat.
Amazing’s Spansish Language Editor to present!
On the Hugos, 3SV and the Dragons
What if Three Stage Voting had been in effect THIS year?
Some of the organizers of the WorldCon in Helsinki tell readers what excites them about the con. (Spanish)
Finalists…and there will still be some folks ending up below No Award
Gu Shi’s novella “Chimera” mixes hard science with Greek mythology in a way that makes it worthy of Chinese and international awards.
Some thoughts on Hugo voting.
It’s THAT time of year again!
A review of some of the articles that appeared in Amazing Stories that appeared in September that may be of interest to Spanish speaking readers.
This week Steve looks at some correspondences between 1952 fandom and 2016 fandom by way of an old magazine, and reviews two movies he found to be terrible. If you’re fifteen years old you might think they’re good movies; Steve assures you they’re not.
The January/February issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&SF) is under review by Steve, who likes it a lot, even though a couple of the stories kind of depressed him. You will probably like it too!
Oh no, a filler episode! With nothing new to watch, let’s compile a list of first-half Hugo recommendations.
Steve reviews a seminal classic: Destination Moon, the first Hollywood SF blockbuster that respected both science and science fiction.
Science fiction has a long future ahead. While this was my first Worldcon, I hope it will not be my last.
I kinda like the Best Dram Pres Long Form ballot this year. It’s a varied one, has one fairly good-sized surprise, features some obvious choices, and has a two-horse race as I see it. That said, there is a ballot that I see in my head that is much different, a certain grouping that goes […]