Video de la charla “La física del universo cinematográfico Marvel” de José Manuel Uría Aquí se puede ver el vídeo de una de las presentaciones más divertidas del pasado Celsius 232: la de “La física del universo cinematográfico Marvel”, de José Manuel Uría. Participa el autor acompañado de Diego García Cruz. https://sentidodelamaravilla.blogspot.com/2018/08/video-presentacion-de-la-fisica-del.html Artículo en “El […]
A strong debut fantasy novel with noted similarities to modern social and political issues, Kingshold by D.P. Woolliscroft is an entertaining story that differs from the traditional fantasy adventure.
Details for the Domingo Santos story Award contest, to be held at Hispacon 2018
Black Chamber: A Novel of an Alternate World War by S.M. Stirling will take you back in history to a time that never was, but a time you won’t soon forget.
Stephen King’s got novel number 60 out. Steve F takes a look at it. Is it garbage, word slaw, Pulitzer-worthy, or what? See what Steve thinks.
The reader as collaborator: “The text is an incomplete work, the reader completes it.”
The Long Sunset by Jack McDevitt continues the author’s long-standing prominence in influential works of science fiction.
Hitchhiker’s combined Pythonesque comic fantasy with an intellectual rigour that many ‘serious’ SF writers could learn from.
Upcoming events and releases.
Xaghra’s Revenge is a well-written, time-travelling historical fantasy. Highly recommended!
News of the latest Spanish language speculative fiction releases, as well as a horror symposium.
In the second of three Halloween-type posts about recent Stephen King movies and TV shows, Steve checks into Mr. Mercedes, a book/TV series about a killer who uses a car as a deadly weapon!
At the Table of Wolves is another alternate history in which people with superhuman powers affect the course of World War II, but it doesn’t compare to MJ-12 Shadows.
The publication of YOSS’ satirical novel Super Extra Grande, a call for a new anthology of speculative fiction, and more.
Robyn Bennis’ The Guns Above starts off slowly, and perhaps carries more detail on the working of its steampunk ships than is absolutely necessary. However, once the battles have been joined, it is a rip-roaring read.
Earthweeds by Rod Little is a fun read that moves quickly and rarely takes a breather.
New collections of short stories and a tribute to the late author Javier Redal.
Steve gives us two reviews today—one a very enjoyable book; and the other a movie. Whether you enjoy that one or not is up to you… but be aware, Tom Cruise is in it!
The announcement of the winning novel for the Minotauro 2017 Award, and an interview with author Pepe Carabel.
News of the Ignotus Award (the Spanish Hugos), the publication of El Club de los Etéreos by Aniel Dominic, and more!
Reviewer John Dodds loved Steel Sky, which reads like Alexandre Dumas crossed with Isaac Asimov.
Three Ghosts in a Black Pumpkin by Erika M. Szabo and Joe Bonadonna is a Halloween adventure that can be read year-round.
Interview with David Calleja, author of “El cuento de Dione” and other news.
A call for Spanish language short stories on the theme of the Fermi paradox, releases of new books and more.
Written by Brian Herbert, in collaboration with his gifted father Frank Herbert, this tale first started with a germ of an idea way back in 1983, and was published in 2015. Set in the future, the novel opens with an alien Dreen by the name of Rhyll who, bored with his life and wanting to […]
Alberto Moreno Pérez talks about the philosophy in his new novel, Antrópica; contest news; and more.
Doc Savage’s daring cousin takes center stage in the new novel from Atlus Press, Pat Savage: Six Scarlet Scorpions by Kenneth Robinson
Disney seems to be respectfully expanding the Star Wars universe, but will it succumb to the corporate dark side?
Turning that distinctive recipe of post-apocalyptic literature on edge once again by taking readers to destroyed alternate worlds, Survival Game is the second “Apocalypse Duology” installment by Gary Gibson.
Avengers of the Moon by Allen Steele takes us back to the pulp classics by reviving Edmond Hamilton’s hero adventurer from the 40’s, Captain Future.