Ted White, SMoF, author, editor, will be interviewed online this coming Saturday.
Missing black holes, new states of matter, radio signals from Ganymede and a stamp for Ursula Le Guin. Not to mention more.
Discon III Kerfuffle; Crystal Huff fundraiser; cats sleeping on science fiction, awards, more.
Find recommended reads, read some reviews, check out what we've been talking about this past week.
Interview with Amazing's publisher on Recursor.TV
From our French correspondent
The latest happenings
And now, December.
Catch-up with Tanya's round=up of notable releases in November
Space exploration, anthropology, the first Black Superhero and more may provide a small distraction from the slow-moving coup.
Man-Thing, Endeavour Awards, Uncle Hugo's Update, Pixel Scroll, more
Travel back. Don't forget the number you dialed.
Spanish author updates for The Science Fiction Encyclopedia
Lots of very interesting, intriguing stuff - from Fannish Eras to catching spaceships in nets, from inadvertently creating a hoax to wooden spaceships and much, much more!
Michael Swanswick becomes the first US author to win the Russian Aelita Award; new issues of Uncanny and Journey Planet. And, as always, the irrepressible Pixel Scroll, now in MORE flavors!
Top posts from the past week - and, bonus, our Top 25 from all of 2020. Hey, not everything about 2020 was all bad!
Our online book launch party for No Police = Know Future is today! Join us!
Han Solo, the Firefly crew and many other fictional space smugglers draw upon a rich legacy of real space smuggling.
Teacher honored with silver dollar; new space drive, aliens may be calling us, double spacing after a period showed to improve comprehension, Doohan's ashes smuggled aboard the ISS, hacking Amazon's algorithm, more
Eligibility for Best Editor short form; Seuss lawsuit; new Rosetta Awards; NetGalley data compromised, more
Check it out. One week ago....
Barcelona announces an SF/F festival; Tales for Algernon anthology, year 8; issue 2 of Primero Sueño; 20 from 2020 from Fantastic Literature.
A roundup of notable literary happenings.
Dead alien civilizations; Last Dangerous Visions announcements, AI piloted spy planes, robotic frog cells, Chicken Little, Firefly reboot?, what's not to like about 2020?
Scroll, scroll, scroll your pixels, gently down the screen, fannishly, fannishly fannishly, fannishly, this is where we've been.
The most read from the previous week. Step through the portal and travel back in time!
New update for The Last Dangerous Visions
Editorial changes taking place
Announcing the winners of the INTERAC Science Fiction Script Contest
Our publications with fiction, art and non-fiction that are eligible for 2020 Awards.