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Close encounter of South Korean kind/South Korean Science Fiction

At times, living in South Korea feels like living in a science fiction or dark fantasy world. Does this mean that South Koreans aren't interested in speculative fiction? ABSOLUTELY NOT!

Comic Review: Arrowsmith

Arrowsmith is one of the best alternate history and fantasy comics out there.

Comic Review: The Forever War

The first issue of Joe Haldeman’s six-part The Forever War series hits the shelves once again at your favorite comic store on Wednesday, February 15th, 2017.

Review: Into the Guns by William C. Dietz

Into the Guns by William C. Dietz takes readers into a dark future where today’s social and political indifferences in the face of adversity may bring an end to the United States.

Graphic Novel Review: Pacific

The recently translated graphic novel Pacific from Titan Comics is a bizarre tale that will appeal to the speculative fiction crowd, but fans of historical fiction should take notice too.

Book Review: Zombie Gold by John L. Lansdale

Zombie Gold by John L. Lansdale welcomes a wide range of readers by combining zombies with supernatural elements, classic folklore, science fiction and a touch of American history.

Top 10 Young Adult Books You Need To Read By Fall

Now that summer is winding down a bit, it's time to start stocking up for winter reading - or - you're TBR pile is just not tall enough!

Military SF or The Books With the BFG’s

We're about as far away from Agent J's Noisy Cricket as you can get....

Review: MONO Vol. 1 by Sharp, Wolstenholme, and Cramb

Readers will be taken back as they discover a new kind of old hero in the graphic novel collection MONO Vol. 1 by Liam Sharp, Ben Wolstenholme, and Fin Cramb.

Review: Lincoln’s Wizard by Tracy Hickman & Dan Willis

Filled with airships, dragons, zombies, robots, and a wide array of other gear driven inventions, Lincoln’s Wizard is a fresh Steampunk take on the War Between the States.

Anime Roundup 7/10/2015: A New Leaf

In this week's viewing: A varied buffet of premieres as summer season kicks off!

Scide Splitters: Who Goes Here? by Bob Shaw

In the vein of Harry Harrison’s Bill, the Galactic Hero, Bob Shaw gives us the story of a man who joined the Space Legion to forget. Now if he can only remember who he is.

No Hack, but Lots of Slash: An interview with M. Harold...

An interview with house husband and practicing swordsman, M. Harold Page.

The Fourth Gwenevere by John James

A tale of forensic authorship, the discovery and completion of John Jame's long lost final novel.

Summer 2014 SF Anime Preview

Sailor Moon is finally here, and it's bringing friends! See what's coming your way with the new anime season.

Karel Čapek: SF Pioneer

Rediscovering Lovecraft's "direct contemporary" - Karl Capek

Star Wars and the EU

All was well until Lucas sold to Disney

ROBERT A. HEINLEIN’S JUVENILES: Are they still good? (Part One)

I seem to be unable to do single columns about stuff I’m passionate about. Heinlein is no exception. Robert A. Heinlein, who was characterized...

Self-publishing Odyssey: Part 3 The Dirty Business Of Promotion

A look at self-publishing promotional strategies.

C.J. CHERRY, o la aventura permanente

Laura delivers a nice roundup of the career and influences of one of our best - C. J. Cherryh

Living With the Nazis

With its haunting portrayal of the unthinkable, Fatherland sired (ha ha...) the alternate history sub-genre one might call: "What if ... the Nazis won?"

Anime roundup 10/11/2013: Boob Tube

In this week's viewing: Your reviewer embarks on a journey through Light Novel Adaptation Hell! Plus a few shows that look more promising...

Noticias Literatura 2-9

Crisis en la colección RBA fantástica Hace unos días se anunció mediante un comunicado en su web la desaparición de la colección de literatura fantástica...

A Review of Thunder on the Battlefield Sorcery

This one falls into the school of warriors inherently bad, women inherently good type of story, which I don’t care for any more than I care for the men inherently superior, women inherently inferior story.

Review – Falling Over by James Everington

Falling Over is a book about perception, about characters who come to doubt their sense of the reality of the world, whose perceptions are doubled, who extrapolate alternative realities or timelines or encounter, or imagine they encounter, doppelgängers.

When We Went To the End of the World (Again)

What a difference a punctuation mark--and nearly 40 years--makes.

ASM Blog Horde Interview with Matt Mitrovich

Welcome to the Amazing Stories BLOG HORDE INTERVIEWS! The ASM Blog Horde is a diverse and wonderful species. I have the privilege of talking with all...

Christopher Priest – The Adjacent Interview: Part 2

This is the second part of an interview with Christopher Priest, one of the leading authors in any genre. You can read Part 1 here. Priest's first published...
Christopher Priest

Christopher Priest – The Adjacent Interview: Part 1

Christopher Priest is one of the leading authors in any genre. His first published story was ‘The Run’, in 1966. His first novel, Indoctrinaire,...

Ray guns don’t kill people, peop … — oh wait, yes...

Be careful. Be careful, they got ray guns. - Loomis in the Carpenter Street episode of Star Trek: Enterprise, 11/26/2003 In Ray Bradbury’s epic The...