Times Live Profiles Lauren Beukes

Times Live profiles Lauren Beukes (who also has recently released her second novel, Zoo City). Here's an excerpt from the article: In Zoo City, Beukes imagines a Joburg that is frighteningly accurate and simultaneously impossible. Like her other fiction works, this one is fast, frenzied, twisted and breathtaking. With an international release scheduled for later... Continue Reading →

Interview with KS Augustin

Hi! Thanks for agreeing to do the interview. First off, how did you become acquainted with the genre, whether it's romance or science fiction? I've been reading and watching sf and sf shows since I was six. It's a long and passionate love affair. Romance is a relative newcomer to my reading and I'll say... Continue Reading →

New Spanish novella to appear in Analog!

SFScope reports that Spanish writer Domingo Santos has sold a novella to Analog, to be translated by editor Stanley Schmidt himself: Analog editor Stanley Schmidt tells us he's completed translating a novella called "The First Day of Eternity", by Spanish author and editor Domingo Santos. Schmidt expects to publish the story in Analog's January/February 2011... Continue Reading →

Original Content: Our [Hu]man in Havana, by Daniel W. Koon

In an exclusive for the WSNB, Daniel W. Koon reports on science fiction in Cuba! Our [Hu]man in Havana: Reflections from an alien correspondent at a Special Meeting of the Writers’ Workshop Espacio Abierto Daniel W. Koon Based on the author’s notes plus [1] “II Evento Teórico de Ciencia Ficción y Fantasía Espacio abierto 2010”... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “Set Down This” by Lavie Tidhar

Lavie Tidhar's latest short story, "Set Down This", has just been published in audio form at Pseudopod, read by South African voice actor Elan Russel. The story was originally published in Phantom, an anthology edited by Sean Wallace and Paul G. Tremblay. On my brother’s computer, a video file shows an American fighter plane pinpointing... Continue Reading →

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