World Fantasy Award Nominations

We're very pleased to note we're up for the World Fantasy Award - Lavie for the World SF Blog, and Charles for his own Bibliophile Stalker blog, both in the Special Award - Non Professional category. A very strong year for this award, with a more international flavour than is usual for it. I am... Continue Reading →

The Emergence of Latin American Science Fiction edited by Rachel Haywood Ferreira Table of Contents

Here is the table of contents for The Emergence of Latin American Science Fiction edited by Rachel Haywood Ferreira. You can order the book here. • List of Illustrations • Acknowledgments • Introduction: Latin American Science Fiction Discovers Its Roots • DISPLACEMENT IN SPACE AND TIME: THE LATIN AMERICAN UTOPIA AND DYSTOPIA • Fósforos-Cerillos, “Mexico... Continue Reading →

SF Signal Mind Meld on International SF/F Writers

SF Signal have posted their latest Mind Meld feature, this time asking: Q: Who are your favorite international SF/F authors? Participating are Marianne de Pierres, Nick Mamatas, Lavie Tidhar, Maurizio Manzieri, Glenda Larke, Sylvia Kelso, Panagiotis Koustas, Jukka Halme, Sissy Pantelis, and Luis Rodrigues. Check it out! Maurizio Manzieri: Living in Italy, I've always been... Continue Reading →

Apex Magazine #24, May 2011 by David Hebblethwaite

In a strong issue, the protagonists of these three stories find a reality that doesn’t match their expectations or hopes. Jeremy R. Butler tells of a worker in the asteroid belt who dreamed of adventure in space, but instead finds he has to cope with boredom. The boyfriend of the narrator in Annalee Newitz’s story disappears, quite literally;... Continue Reading →

Italian Steampunk!

The Traveler's Steampunk Blog has posted an interview with Luca Cerlini, director of the Italian steampunk movie The Technician. How did you come up with the idea for The Technician, is there a particular work or works that inspired you? The idea for The Technician wasn’t mine, at least not the core idea, which came... Continue Reading →

Indian Publishing News

IBNLive reports on recent changes at several of India's English-language publishers: New Delhi: The revolving doors at India’s English-language publishing companies are finally slowing down. A frenetic round of changes at the top or just below is almost over in terms of appointments and announcements. Penguin India, Random House India and Pan-Macmillan all have new editorial... Continue Reading →

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