It’s about trees. Trees that collectively form a super computer of unimaginable power. Trouble is each tree thinks of itself as a human being, and you know that means trouble.
Creature Feature: A Horrid Comedy by Steven Paul Leiva will take you back to those late-night fright fests we enjoyed as kids.
A review of Stephen King's The Mist
Sometimes March roars in like a lion and roars out the same way. It seems everybody wanted to have an early release this month
A review of Argentine author Betina González's novel América alucinada
Two publishers - one from the US and the other from Chile got together to celebrate Poe
Some of SFR's most appealing couples
Oddly, the sex and killing are incidental. In the end, it's about the main character becoming human despite having been shaped as a weapon
The new movie Monster Hunter is based on a Capcom video game. Does it make a good movie? Steve thinks it’s kind of enjoyable as long as you don’t think too hard about it.
On the night of February 12, 1949, the city of Quito-Ecuador was moved by the alleged news of a Martian invasion
For C.C. Finlay’s last edition of F&SF, Steve has nothing but kind words. What will the future—and F&SF’s new editor, Sheree Renée Thomas—bring?
Spaceships, Dinosaurs, Aliens and Beam Weapons. It doesn't get more science-fictiony than that!
Nine stories related to cultures of Australia, the Arab world, Africa, the Iroquois of North America, the Tobas of the South American Chaco, Japan, Italy and Nepal.
Whether you're still in lockdown, snowed in, or just taking some time for yourself, I've got good news. There's more science fiction coming out this February than you can shake a lightsaber at
Augur seems to be bounding from strength to strength. Quite an achievement.
A retro review that contends that Zahn's trilogy should have been the basis for the second Star Wars film trilogy
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
Afro Puffs are the Antennae of the Universe by Zig Zag Claybourne takes readers on a non-stop psychedelic ride to places other science fiction works are afraid to go.
Alternate history novel After Hastings by Steven H. Silver takes readers in an astonishing new direction following the famed Battle of Hastings
This publication features a Q&A with each author following their fiction.
A wide mix of stories in this latest issue
Reflections on Blade Runner's Roy batty, on the occasion of his birthday.
An interesting take on the unnamed author and the unnamed character in Frankenstein.
Some covers express the genre tropes so well, they demand attention
A new year, a fresh start, and lots of great books to read. I've got high hopes for 2021. This month we've got two books...
Somber. That’s the word which comes to my mind as I was watching George’s Clooney’s “The Midnight Sky”.
A disappointing second outing for Wonder Woman
Greenland gets a B+ in this review of the post-apocalyptic thriller.
Water was recently added to the commodities exchanges. Still the water (Seix Barral, Bogotá, 2019) by Juan Álvarez addresses this scary fact.