New Mexican Genre Anthology Announced!

Small Beer Press have made available for pre-order the tremendously exciting anthology Three Messages and a Warning: This huge anthology of all-original Mexican science fiction and fantasy features ghost stories, supernatural folktales, alien incursions, and apocalyptic narratives, as well as science-based chronicles of highly unusual mental states in which the borders of fantasy and reality... Continue Reading →

Adam Roberts reviews Jean-Christophe Valtat’s Aurorama

French author Jean-Christophe Valtat's latest English-language novel, Aurorama, a current Campbell Award nominee, is reviewed by Adam Roberts at Strange Horizons: Better yet, the novel is as well-written as it is well-imagined: full of nice phrases—"the vandalized Bibi Eybat oil wells burned non-stop in the night, in true Zoroastrian fashion" (p. 153); a blizzard "whirls... Continue Reading →

Hydra Competition for Brazilian Fantastic Literature

Via Side-Show Freaks: Orson Scott Card’s InterGalactic Medicine Show (IGMS) and The Elephant and Macaw Banner have partnered up to create a contest that will bring the best of Brazilian speculative fiction to the English-speaking world via the Hydra Competition (Concurso Hydra in Brazil’s native [sic] language of Portuguese). A panel of judges will select three finalists from short... Continue Reading →

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