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Tanya rounds up the Latino field with new books, magazines and happenings.
Proxima is going to Spain!
Jack Clemon's accounts of working on the Apollo, Skylab and Shuttle programs are now a new book!
openings and closings. Find out where to send your stories.
Tips on submitting stories, non-fiction and artwork to the Amazing Stories submission website.
Amazing Stories opens to submissions!
Some highlights of the near-term future for Amazing Stories
In this latest issue, Hugo Gernsback announces that he and his associates have chosen the three contest winners from around 360 entrants
A presentation of three new small press publishers in France.
Amazing Stories pays a visit to the author of Colony Lost, Chris Philbrook
Professor Rachel Armstrong joins the Improbable Botany team!
It's back to October 1926...
Imagine George Lucas at the Pearly Gates: would he get into heaven because of his contribution to science fiction, or would he be cast down?
News of speculative fiction book launches, magazine publications and writing contests and other events of interest to Spanish readers.
Here Be Dragons is an excellent representation of Spanish language SF microfiction.
January was a busy month for Spanish language speculative fiction, with many book and magazine releases, calls for stories and more!
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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.
Interviews with two new Spanish language speculative fiction publishers, featuring advice for new writers.
A review of Marcela Ponce Trujillo short story collection La Pena y otras historias de redencion.
What is a new author supposed to do when so many established authors are being abandoned by their publishers?
Designer M. D. Jackson defends the visual style of the Netflix series Stranger Things, saying that its retro 80s look is a deliberate homage.
Taking a look at Lester Del Rey's theory of a 12 year boom and bust cycle for science fiction, 36 years on.
Book releases, critical writings and interviews and symposia on the literature of the fantastic in Latin America are recapped by Tanya Tynjala.
I told my psychiatrist everyone hates humorous SF. He said I was being ridiculous; everyone hasn't read humorous SF...
Wrapping up the series by talking about a final and really influential technological change, the digital revolution.
New offerings from Indie and Hybrid authors.
The fourth installment of MD Jackson's comic art history.
There is a legal idiom that goes like this: "the value of a thing is that which that thing will bring". Michael J Sullivan has a few thoughts.