On the night of February 12, 1949, the city of Quito-Ecuador was moved by the alleged news of a Martian invasion
This week’s spanish language roundup
You can find romance anywhere – even out among the star lanes
A HUGE roundup of genre happenings in Hispanoamerica
a vision of presenting world SF&F in as great a variety as possible.
Check them out!
A New Tentacle Pulp issue. What more do you need?
A good guide for those who want to understand more about definitions and history of the genre
If those binge-worthy series weren’t enough, here’s a good handful of new SFR releases.
Ivan extols the virtues of emerging Ecuadorian author Richard Cedeño Menéndez. and his El arca de los Sueños (Ministry of Culture and Heritage of Ecuador, 2017) collection.
Tanya reflects on the rise and popularity of spanish language posts on Amazing Stories
Get cracking! There’s some fine SFR to be had in the new year.
New Spanish Language CF
An examination of AI as presented in 2001: A Space Odyssey
A review of the latest issue of Incredible Stories.
Amazing Selects releases Tiny Time Machine by John E. Stith, a BIG time travel story packed into a tiny machine.
Time travel, steampunk, paranormal cozy romances and more
The latest happenings
And now, December.
Catch-up with Tanya’s round=up of notable releases in November
Video recordings of the No Police = Know Future anthology book launch are now live on the Amazing Stories TV Channel.
A new series, a spinoff, continuations of existing series feature in this latest roundup of SFR releases.
A winner of the Gernsback Writiing Contest, author Jeremy Lichtman now offers us a selection of his short fiction – all in one place!
More romance than you can shake a … stick at!
No Police = Know Future’s Book Launch was a fun, interesting discussion.
Our online book launch party for No Police = Know Future is today! Join us!
We’ve got a great line up of contributing authors for our Book Launch Sunday, December 27th
A disappointing second outing for Wonder Woman
Water was recently added to the commodities exchanges. Still the water (Seix Barral, Bogotá, 2019) by Juan Álvarez addresses this scary fact.