Editors’ Note, February 2011

Welcome, readers. This month we'll bring you the first column by our Bureau Head for the UAE, Arafaat Ali Khan. You can also look forward to several articles about Hungarian genre fiction, interviews with Jean-Claude Dunyach and Alberto Cola, Val's review of Tesseracts 14, and more. Want to join us? See this page with info... Continue Reading →

Tenth Orbit

Tenth Orbit and Other Faraway Places is a single-author collection by Argentine writer Gustavo Bondoni, put out by the small press Altered Dimensions and available in paperback and ebook editions. The twenty-two stories comprising this volume are primarily idea-driven science fiction. According to the author, all were originally written in English, rather than having been... Continue Reading →

The Key, 31 January 2011

This week we're offering up links about Chosen Ones, an interesting blog by a Locus short fiction reviewer, new (amusing) terms for sf criticism, sf in Romania, zombies and what people have done with them, "The Secret Feminist Cabal", what the hell is mythpunk, toxic language, toxic architecture, and belief and imagination. The Chosen Jerk:... Continue Reading →

Science Fiction in Romania since the 1990 revolution

Our friends at the Concatenation web site have recently posted Science Fiction in Romania since the 1990 revolution, a continuation of an earlier article, A brief history of Science Fiction in Romania up to 1990: The fall of the Iron Wall (Curtain) across Europe in 1990, which included the Romania revolution, affected all of Romanian society including... Continue Reading →

Singapore SF Stories Anthology: Call For Stories

The Speculative Fiction Writers of Singapore have put out a call for submissions for a fiction sample to be published to coincide with the 2011 Singapore Writers Festival: Theme: HYBRID Stories should have a link of some sort to Singapore. These guidelines are for the speculative fiction sampler. Submissions are currently open. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY... Continue Reading →

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