An advanced look at Looking Glass, a collection of novellas by Christina Henry
Surrealistic horror-fantasy, by way of gonzo journalism
Hispacon’s 2018 poster, interviews with Kameron Hurley, new novels released and more
Hispacon 2018 & a presentation of the novel Otro Tiempo
Made on the Moon is a little novella by Steven Paul Leiva that looks at one man’s determination to dream the impossible.
A Knife, a Fork, a Bottle, and a Cork by Sean C Hayden is a post-apocalyptic novella packed with enough dystopian elements to fill a full-length novel.
With just enough twists and turns to keep the pages turning, The Continuum by Wendy Nikel revisits some of those delicate questions of time travel we all love to debate.
It is a story about … the transmutation of the darkest personal grief into art, and about the coming to terms with the inevitability of death.
News of the reissue of “Mala Racha” by José Antonio Cotrina, a novel in which consciousnesses are loaded to disc at birth and bodies are interchangeable.
From audiobook to hardcover print, The Dispatcher is a quick, entertaining read by John Scalzi that will have you anxiously flipping the pages till the end.
New collections of short stories and a tribute to the late author Javier Redal.
Cottingley is a treat and another triumph for one of the best writers of dark fiction around, Alison Littlewood.
The rules of the Pumpkins in the Storeroom: Games writing competition and a critical celebration of the writing of Joan Antoni Fernández.
An international lineup of dark fantasy and horror authors graces the pages of Dark Fantasies: relatos seleccionados, as well as other news of interest to Spanish speaking fans of F and SF.
What would happen if we discovered another universe inhabited by gods. Would we even be able to comprehend them? Jorge Alberto Collao poses these and other questions in his latest novel.
An interview with the brains behind the Barcelona Speculative Fiction publishing house Café con Leche.
Notes from the launch of “Las adivinaciones de Louis Rimson,” by Fernando Llor.
A report on the winners of the Chinese Galaxy and Chinese Nebula Awards.
Coming out on September 27, 2016 from World Weaver Press, the novella Murder in the Generative Kitchen by Meg Pontecorvo is a compact little story with a lot to say.
How do you determine what length to write? Complete with official SFWA story lengths!
Turns out that there is no set length for a novel. There are conventions, which changed in the 1980’s, but with the advent of ebooks, they are changing yet again.
While everyone is covering the Hugos, I’m taking my own path and following the Sidewise Awards for Alternate History, which will be awarded at this year’s Worldcon. In my effort to post a review of each work nominated this year on the Alternate History Weekly Update, author Ian Sales was gracious enough to send me […]
Nina Allan’s Spin is the second in a new series of novellas published by the Third Alternative Press, home of leading UK genre magazines Interzone and Black Static. I should mention that the book was sent to me by the author because she liked my Amazing Stories review of her collection, Microcosmos, which you can […]