Choice 3D!

Hungarian director Krisztián Köves has released the trailer for his new 3D short film, Choice, which had its premier at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Check it out! [note this link is for the 2D version of the trailer]

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Geographic accidents: the Gregor Man trilogy by Péter Zsoldos (Hungary)

Over at Locus Online, Hungarian reviewer and linguist Bogi Takács discusses the Gregor Man trilogy by Péter Zsoldos: One of the most important works of Hungarian science fiction has never been translated to English; it’s been translated to German, but the German editions are long out of print. The Gregor Man trilogy by Péter Zsoldos changed the way... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “The Colors of Creation” by Judit Lőrinczy (Hungary)

International Speculative Fiction have published their fifth short story - The Colors of Creation by Judit Lőrinczy of Hungary. The story is translated by Ágnes Körmendi and Judit Lőrinczy. Our eyes were created to be like God’s and God said, ‘Let the light come from your eyes, let it shine upon the world, let it dye the... Continue Reading →

Tuesday Fiction: “A Hundred Thousand Armstrongs” by Zoltán László

Today's Tuesday Fiction is by Zoltán László from Hungary.  Zoltán László’s first short story was published in 1999. Since then two dozen further short stories have been published in Hungarian SF&F magazines, periodicals and anthologies (for example Galaktika, Átjáró, Roham, Csillagszálló). He has also written four novels in various sub-genres like a mix of cyberpunk and... Continue Reading →

Heiresses of Russ

SF Signal have released the table of contents for upcoming anthology Heiresses of Russ, "a new annual anthology created in honor of Joanna Russ". We're delighted to notice the presence of Malaysian writer Zen Cho, and Hungarian writer Csilla Kleinheincz (a contributor to the upcoming Apex Book of World SF 2) in the anthology. The full ToC:... Continue Reading →

Monday Original Content: (Global) Women in SF Round Table

I am delighted to introduce this week's original feature, a round table on women in SF, from a global perspective, with some of our favourite authors. Without further ado: (Global) Women in Science Fiction Round Table With: Aliette de Bodard (France), Joyce Chng (Singapore), Csilla Kleinheincz (Hungary), Kate Elliott (US), Karen Lord (Barbados), Ekaterina Sedia... Continue Reading →

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