our most popular reads from the past week.

Just some quick notes to pass along some observations and pats on the back!  I’m extremely pleased to continuously see our foreign language posts appearing here in our popular posts feature;  it speaks to a whole bunch of issues – and also highlights how international the scope of Amazing Stories has become.

I’m also happy to report (without details) that various and sundry contributors here are working on a number of projects that flow out of their contributions to Amazing Stories – books, anthologies, websites and more.  It’s truly gratifying to see that positive response here on the site is leading to all of these other developments.

With those things said – pay attention here.  There’s a reason why these posts were read by lots of different folks during the week!

Damage Done: SF in the SF Age

The Antares Rocket Explosion: October 28, 2014

Literatura furry de ciencia ficción en Venezuela

Review of Spring Festival: Happiness, Anger, Love, Sorrow, Joy by Xia Jia, translated by Ken Liu

Finnish Science Fiction: Two Perspectives, Two Authors.

Are You Ready for Five Nights at Freddy’s?

Deconstructing Horror: Haunted Houses

Music – “Anthology of Interplanetary Folk Music, Vol. 1″ Craig Leon

Open Source Horror: The Slender Man

Once Upon a Time in Wonder(ful)land

The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke

Interview With World Fantasy Award Nominee Author Scott Lynch

Individualism, Atheism, and the Search for God in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road

Who’s in Charge? The Trouble with the Doctor’s Companions

The Conjuring (2013)

Embracing Dragon Age’s Source Material

In Support of Brianna Wu (and Others)

A Publisher’s Perspective on Profits: ebooks vs print

Characters: Clare of Claymore

The Art of the Shaver Mystery

Curtains Up: Speculative Fiction Theater is Here

Amazingly Enough: Lost And Found – The Triumph Of Mr. Monck Mason’s Flying Machine!

Wally Wood, The Ultimate Science Fiction illustrator Says I

Space Shuttle First Flights: Phil Shaffer (Again)

Ciencia Ficción Finlandesa: Dos Perspectivas, dos autores.


THE BIG BANG THEORY Recap: Season 8, episode 3: The First Pitch Insufficiency

The Importance of Setting in a Novel

El Reino de AV-LES

It’s (Not) Rocket Science: John Aaron: “SCE to AUX”


I Congreso Internacional de Narrativa Fantástica – Perú

Alternate Israels: Five Historical Proposals for a Jewish Homeland

Books That Never Were – Farewell Atlantis

When Did Science Fiction Begin?

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