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Science Museums, Fan History, Japanese elves, lots of Spanish content and the Expanses’ 9th novel. all feature in this week’s most popular posts

Novedades de Febrero 15
Sci-Fi Short Film: “Clearwater” | DUST
MOVIE REVIEW: BEYOND WHITE SPACE (2018) (Minor spoilers)
The Metal Man by Jack Williamson
Fantasy in a New Classic: Ken Liu’s “Paper Menagerie”
The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke
El sueño de “Infinito 9” de Coello Game
El mito y significado moderno: El saludo Vulcano
“Los Triquitraques” de Yánez Cossío: fantasía y ciencia ficción
Leviathan Falls (The Expanse Book 9) – One Last Windmill
El Güije, el cagüeyro, la tatagua y otros seres de la mitología cubana
El Reino de AV-LES
THE BIG BANG THEORY RECAP: Season 8, Episode 17: The Colonization Application
GLITZA, nuestro Interestelar.
Review: Destination: Planet Negro
Novedades de Diciembre 2
New Releases in Science Fiction/Fantasy/Paranormal Romance for FEB 16
Illustrating Barsoom
Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Vincent Price: the actors who defined a genre
Big Brain Aliens
The Illustrated Dune (or, Why I Hate Sam Weber)
Noticias Literatura 16-2
No. 13 – The Number Thirteen, Black Magic, Mysticism, Swordplay and Sorcery
AMAZING NEWS: 2/13/22
Deseret: The Mormon State That Never Existed
Books That Never Were – Farewell Atlantis
Star Trek- Communism in Space?
The Unsavory Racism of Middle Earth
Lagrangian Points – In Reality and Fiction (Part 2)
Science Fiction and Fantasy Imprints 101
AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 2/13/22
Anime roundup 2/17/2022: Strange Bedfellows
Readers Share Favorite Science Fiction Romances Featuring Black Heroines
The Elves of Japan
Women in Armour vs. Chicks in Chain-mail
A Defense of Starship Troopers the Novel (and Why the Film is not Misunderstood)
PSICOLOGÍA DEL ESCRITOR, PSICOLOGÍA DEL LECTOR Y TOMA DE CONCIENCIA: Una mirada desde la gestalt y dentro la literatura fantástica
Fans, Fans Everywhere and Yet This Content is HOT! Fan History Zoom Project Upcoming Episodes
Top Ten Greatest Swords of All Time
Why is Norse Mythology So Popular in SF?
Alternate Israels: Five Historical Proposals for a Jewish Homeland
The Forgotten Enemy by Arthur C. Clarke
Science Fiction at the Science Museum
Adjectives in Science Fiction

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