Articles and posts that deal with SF, fantasy and horror pulps, both the magazines and the stories in them.
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Ray Bradbury’s R is for Rocket is a welcomed perspective of future space travel from years past. Because just like NASA’s Orion test launch, space matters.
Videos from authors, a new anthology and the creation of a new SF & Horror association
Monochromatic painting has been part of the avante garde since the end of the 19th century, but science fiction and fantasy artists use monochromatic painting techniques to a great effect.
Monsters have been with us in our imaginations from the dawn of time, but why is it that the most vulnerable of us love monsters the most?
Futures Past Editions unveils AMAZING STORIES CLASSICS!
Depictions of Conan have evolved over the years, from Emshwiller to Brundage to Arnold and now, to Jackson.
FuturesPast Editions Amazing Stories Classic Reprint - the first book is now revealed!
The Alien Stone by Barry Uglow is a prime example of the classic tales that subscribers of the original editions of Amazing Stories were familiar with.
It’s no secret that Clarke has tried his hand at wit before, but Trouble with the Natives hits every mark like a veteran comedian, making this short story an instant classic.
The Agent of T.E.R.R.A. is back!
Heinlein's YA (Juvenile) work is still generating praise and controversy.
Frank M. Robinson's special award ceremony WILL be rescheduled!
The last of our four preliminary polls to choose our favorite Frank R. Paul Amazing Stories cover.
Wilma Deering just said what?
And the winners are in for the second Pick Your Favorite Frank R. Paul Amazing Stories cover Illo!
Amazing Stories licenses name to Open Road Brands, LLC
A look at the Mr. Hawkins' Humorous Adventures stories by Edgar Franklin.
Pick Your Favorite Paul Poll #2 April 1927 thru March 1928
And the winners are in!
Wanting to be a Fan makes you a fan - despite whatever litmus tests, obstacles or hoops to jump through some may want to throw in your way.
R. Graeme Cameron's saga chronicling the exploits of Violet Ray continue and we learn of an Australian angle....
An unusual Science Fiction heroine found in an unusual place - the weekend supplement of a daily newspaper.
Gary Dalkin interviews one of the hardest working editors in the UK - Jonathan Oliver
Reasons why you should read What Mad World by Fredric Brown, if you haven't already.
M. C. Carper interviews Vladimir Vásquez.
Conan, from Weird Tales to remakes - with a dash or two of Frazetta thrown in for verisimilitude.
Tanya covers highlights of the past month for our friends who speak and read in spanish
"Vitoria Fantástica" ciclo de conferencias y presentaciones de libros en Vitoria Se ha anunciado el ciclo de charlas y presentaciones de libros titulado “Vitoria Fantástica”,...
Review of Christopher Fulbright's Red Chalice, get ready for some twists.
A review of a satiric, transgrssive and humorous look at science fiction by the National Lampoon magazine.