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Novedades de agosto.

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A bilingual anthology, new releases and the latest issues of Fantastico magazine, Fantastic without Borders and an index of articles from LDP magazine

You Don’t Know Dick

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Who am I? Am I real? Is this real? Is this...Are you really reading a post on Amazing Stories, or is it all in your head?

Medical Science Fiction: Tell Me Where it Hurts

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Medical SF: an overlooked sub-genre

How Big is a Book?

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How big is a book? SF & Fantasy books were slim volumes in wire racks until market forces created the massive tomes we're used to today. What happened?

Book Review: The Memory of Death

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The internet does wonderful things: like bringing works published in other countries to our attention.

Review – The Fictional Man by Al Ewing

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Niles Golan is an ex-pat Brit in Hollywood. Never grown-up, he narrates his life with an internal monologue transforming his everyday inadequacies into triumphs....

Review – The Fictional Man by Al Ewing (Solaris, 2013)

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The Fictional Man, published by UK imprint Solaris, is based on an impossible conceit, one of those high concept movie-friendly ideas where one aspect of reality is altered from our world but things continue just the same. Absurd, but depending on how well it’s done we buy into it for the duration. Here it is generally very well done. Al Ewing is a breathtakingly clever writer and his conceit is that human cloning was perfected decades ago but then outlawed because everyone is entitled to their own unique identity.

Interview with SFWA Grand Master Robert Silverberg

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Today we are joined by Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) Grand Master Robert Silverberg. Mr. Silverberg writes speculative fiction that travels where he wants it to go, pushing aside the traditional limitations with which many writers confine themselves. He has written countless novels and works of short fiction, and his list of non-fiction books is staggering. Mr. Silverberg has been so prolific that his total word count rivals the quantity of stars in the galaxy.