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NEW stuff from Spanish America!
Alex Shvartsman brings the laughs and demonstrates impressive versatility in his debut short story collection.
Will any Indie offerings make it on the Hugo ballot?
William Rotsler's highly acclaimed novel, now on sale
Are some topics too serious for humor? A lesson in manners has never been this much fun.
Science Fiction meets the Private Eye in KK Rusch's Anniversary Day saga.
December's top posts
Going the traditional publishing route? Find out who your best match is!
a short recap of my 2014 in books. Where I reviewed a book for Amazing Stories I have provided a link to that review, and in one case to a related interview. So here, in chronological order, are the first 21 books I read in 2014.
Two interviews, including one with the author of a work that play's off of Heinlein's Methuselah's Children, and a video presentation.
A review of some Seasonal fiction.
Tanya, as an author, contemplates what inspires her to write a review.
Earlier this year, Hardy showed his versatility with a very different type of historical fantasy, "Red Shadows, Green Hell".
New conventions, conferences, magazine issues & releases
A genre gathering 20 year anniversary and new releases!
Man, I have GOT to bone up on my Spanish! There's so much cool stuff happening in that language!
Keith takes a break from reviewing and asks readers a question.
Another War is an early novella, published in the UK by Telos Publishing in 2005, by the British writer Simon Morden, who has since come to prominence with the Philip K. Dick Award-winning Metrozone series. It is a fast-paced horror story paying homage to HP Lovecraft, William Hope Hodgson, Quatermass, and even UNIT from Doctor Who.
The latest literary happenings 'south of the border'
Steve talks about himself (what an ego!) a new urban fantasy, and other stuff.
A review of a history of You Are the Hero adventure game books.
Marcher is Chris Beckett's second novel, now making its UK debut in a significantly revised edition from Newcon Press. When his first novel to be published in the UK, Dark Eden (2012), won the Arthur C. Clarke Award, Chris Beckett seemed to many to have come out of nowhere. In-fact the author had been steadily publishing short stories since the beginning of the 1990s and his first book, The Turing Test (2008 - Elastic Press), had won the Edgehill Prize, the UK's only national award for single-author short story collections...
A preview of the 24th annual Book Fair in Monterey
David West's work - a bit like the early work of Henry Kuttner
Welcome to the second part of an extensive interview with, Nina Allan who over the last decade has established herself as one of the UK’s most imaginative and compelling writers. This time we discuss some of the more the specifically science fictional aspects of her debut novel, The Race, as well as maps, Hastings, the best vampire film in years, fracking, politics, the planet, language, communication and much more.
Over the last decade Nina Allan has established herself as one of the UK’s most imaginative and compelling writers. In this extensive two part interview she talks to Gary Dalkin for Amazing Stories about a wide range of subjects, including her debut novel, The Race.
The latest from Hispanoamerica
Science fiction and fantasy’s only annual humor anthology returns with stories from Robert Silverberg, Mike Resnick, Tim Pratt, Piers Anthony, Kevin J. Anderson, Jody Lynn Nye, and more.
A review of some current crowdfunding publishing projects