Malaysian writer A.M. Muffaz's story, Into the Monsoon, is up at Fantasy Magazine.
Charles here, stealing this blog while Lavie's temporarily away. Unfortunately, in terms of fiction, according to Lavie's definitions, only he qualifies. Clarkesworld Magazine: The Dying World, Lavie Tidhar, Issue #31 April 2009. However, in terms of cover art, there's a couple of international artists that we'd like to highlight: Evil Snowman, Serj Iulian, Issue #28... Continue Reading →
Prompted by a conversation with Jeff Ford, we thought we'd take a look at what stories have been published in 2009 from people who could be termed world SF writers (as vague as that term is, yes, Charles!). We still can't quite figure it out, so, to make life easier, let's focus on people from... Continue Reading →
For any SFWA members voting for the Nebulas (or for any other award voters out there - 'tis the season!), the following stories from The Apex Book of World SF are eligible for nomination: The Levantine Experiments, Guy Hasson The Wheel of Samsara, Han Song Wizard World, Yang Ping Cinderers, Nir Yaniv And the following... Continue Reading →
Science Fiction in Portugal: The Drawing Up of a Territory Teresa Sousa de Almeida [Published by arrangement with Correio do Fantástico, with thanks to Roberto Mendes and Luis Filipe Silva] In memory of José Diogo Nazareth Sousa de Almeida, (1924-1997) This work intends to present the outlines of science fiction and of a certain fantastic... Continue Reading →