Italo Calvino's "The Distance From the Moon" gets a charming animation treatment in this short film from Israel created by Shulamit Serfaty.
Aliette de Bodard's latest book publication is the novella, On A Red Station, Drifting, published by the UK's Immersion Press in hardcover. Here, Aliette talks about the genesis and process of writing the novella, based on the Chinese classic Dream of Red Mansions: So, it’s occurred to me I didn’t actually provide this for my latest... Continue Reading →
We recently received an emailed from Geetanjali Dighe of Mumbai, India, who started a new digital magazine. Here's what he they said: Indian SF is a free to read digital magazine featuring Speculative Fiction (SF) stories. SF broadly stands for Science Fiction and Fantasy. It is published from Mumbai, India. Indian SF welcomes writers from... Continue Reading →
We thought we'd start the new year with something fun - and what can be more fun than this proof-of-concept trailer for a film about sushi chefs fighting sea monsters?
Can you discuss a particular plot challenge and its solution? DD: An obvious point is that to have an equivalence to Virginia's economy (and Washington's place in it), I had to have slaves. The trick is that slavery wasn't a big issue (even in Britain) in 1750, but it's a huge issue now. Using human slavery would... Continue Reading →