The Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009 Available for Download

THE BEST OF PHILIPPINE SPECULATIVE FICTION 2009 AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD Charles Tan, editor of The Philippine Speculative Fiction Sampler (http://philippinespeculativefiction.com/) has just released The Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009 (http://bestphilippinesf.com/), an online anthology that reprints sixteen stories written by Filipino authors. Contributors include Dean Francis Alfar, Yvette Tan, Kenneth Yu, and Gabriella Lee. In... Continue Reading →

Amazon interview Jetse de Vries on Shine

Over at Omnivoracious, the Amazon book blog, Jeff Vandermeer interviews Dutch writer and editor Jetse de Vries about his new anthology, Shine: An Anthology of Optimistic Science Fiction. Amazon.com: Why optimism? After all, the world is going to hell in a handbasket. Jetse de Vries: It seems that way sometimes, but it depends what you... Continue Reading →

The Intersection of Fantasy & Native America

The Mythopoeic Society has announced publication of The Intersection of Fantasy & Native America: From H.P. Lovecraft to Leslie Marmon Silko, Edited by Amy H. Sturgis and David D. Oberhelman, describing it as: A number of contemporary Native American authors incorporate elements of fantasy into their fiction, while several non-Native fantasy authors utilize elements of Native America in... Continue Reading →

New Philippines Virtual Anthology: The Farthest Shore

Filipino authors/editors Dean Francis Alfar and Joseph Nacino have just released an online anthology of original and reprint fantasy fiction, The Farthest Shore: INTRODUCTION BY SERIES EDITOR JOSEPH NACINO: I’ve done my fair share of traveling when I was younger. I’ve walked the romantic streets of Paris and the clean-swept parks of Singapore, seen the... Continue Reading →

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