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Q: SF/F/Horror/Slipstream genre has always been dominated by Anglo-American language. Is Anglo-American genre fiction your major influence? A: I might disagree with your assertion that SF/F/H has always been dominated by Anglo-Americans, but to answer your question, my major influences are mostly-Anglo-American. - Gordon Van Gelder, Editor, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (taken from... Continue Reading →

WANTED: Enthusiastic film blogger!

One of the things I enjoyed the most about the blog is the ability to include film trailers and short films on an occasional basis. I'd like to make this a more permanent feature of the blog, as well as expand the team behind the World SF Blog. Therefore, I'm looking for a film enthusiast to run... Continue Reading →

RIP: Angel Arango (1926-2013)

Via Locus: Cuban SF writer Angel Arango, 86, died February 19, 2013 in Miami FL. Arango was one of the founding fathers of modern Cuban SF, beginning with landmark debut collection A dónde van los cefalomos? [Where Do the Cephalhoms Go?] (1964). Arango’s other significant works of fiction include collections El planeta negro [The Black Planet] (1966) andRobotomaquia [Robotomachy] (1967), and... Continue Reading →

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