Tuesday Fiction: “Mortal Danger” by Frank Roger

This week in our Tuesday Fiction Feature is "Mortal Danger" by Frank Roger, a Belgian short story writer. Mortal Danger by Frank Roger Sunshine, a swimming pool, an exotic cocktail and a good book. Wasn't that all they needed right now? Cindy cast a glance at Ted, her husband, stretched out next to her. He... Continue Reading →

Monday Original Content: An Interview with Oscar Simanjuntak

Hi! Thanks for agreeing to do the interview. First off, how did you get acquainted with science fiction/fantasy? I first made contact with the the world of science fiction/fantasy when I read Lord of The  Rings at High school. Of course before that I had seen movies and read comics of the genres, but I've... Continue Reading →

Black Coat Press Announces 2011/2012 Programme

From Black Coat Press: An Earthman falls in love with a Venusian woman via interplanetary radio… Super-smart mastodons rule mankind… Travel to other worlds in 19th century rockets… Explore the Microverse and the Hollow Earth… Behold lei-powered planes and extra-dimensional entities… Discover a world where electricity has suddenly vanished… See how men in 1878 pictured... Continue Reading →

Carl Brandon Society announces a prize drawing to support the The Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship Fund

From K. Tempest Bradford: The Carl Brandon Society, an organization dedicated to racial and ethnic diversity in speculative fiction, will hold a prize drawing of five eReaders to benefit the Butler Scholarship, a fund that sends two emerging writers of color to the Clarion writers workshops annually. In keeping with the Society’s support of literature... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Fiction: “The Time Traveler’s Son” by Jason Erik Lundberg

This week in our Tuesday Fiction Feature is The Time Traveler's Son by American writer, long time Singapore resident Jason Erik Lundberg. The Time Traveler’s Son by Jason Erik Lundberg   It was Wade’s seventh birthday. There were cake and ice cream and presents in the backyard, and a colorful piñata shaped like a donkey,... Continue Reading →

Lagos, 2059

Let's start the week with a movie! And what better than Africa's latest SF offering, the Nigerian movie Kajola? Kajola is the Yoruba word for commonwealth. In the year 2059, Nigeria becomes a totalitarian state. After a second civil war, the rich relocate to the Island areas of Lagos state and turn it into an... Continue Reading →

New Issue of Expanded Horizons

Expanded Horizons has become the premier webzine publishing international writers these days, and their latest issue is a strong one, including two Apex Book of World SF II contributors! Check out stories from Hungary, Egypt, Malaysia, Mexico, Hong Kong and the Philippines at this great publication. Issue Twenty-Four (Nov 2010) Fiction Cornrows and Dill Pickles... Continue Reading →

Abigail Nussbaum to become Strange Horizons Senior Reviews Editor

Following Susan Marie Groppi's winning a World Fantasy Award for her work with Strange Horizons in the past ten years, the news has come of changes at the veteran web magazine. Groppi is stepping down as Editor-in-Chief, to be replaced by Niall Harrison. And Israeli blogger and reviewer Abigail Nussbaum (Asking the Wrong Questions) is... Continue Reading →

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