Tuesday Fiction: “Synchronicity” by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo

Today's Tuesday Fiction is by Victor Fernando R. Ocampo. Victor is from the Philippines, and his work has been published in the Philippine Free Press and the anthologies Philippine Speculative Fiction (Volume 6), The Ayam Curtain, and Fish Eats Lion: New Singaporean Speculative Fiction. His story “Here Be Dragons” won first prize at the Romeo... Continue Reading →

BSFA Award

I'm delighted to say we've been nominated for a BSFA Award in the non-fiction category! And very happy to see two international writers, Aliette de Bodard (France) and Rochita Loenen-Ruiz (Philippines) in the short fiction category. Best Novel Dark Eden by Chris Beckett (Corvus) Empty Space: a Haunting by M. John Harrison (Gollancz) Intrusion by Ken Macleod (Orbit)... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “Terminós” by Dean Francis Alfar

We featured one of Dean Francis Alfar's stories yesterday, and here's another! From the latest issue of Expanded Horizons: Terminós: Mr. Henares thinks about time From the moment he opened his eyes in the morning to the instant before he fell asleep alone at night, Mr. Henares thought only about time. He reflected about how time slowed... Continue Reading →

Dean Francis Alfar’s How To Traverse Terra Incognita Released!

Philippines writer (and Apex Book of World SF contributor) Dean Francis Alfar has just released a new collection of short stories, How To Traverse Terra Incognita, available for the Kindle.   How to Traverse Terra Incognita is Dean Francis Alfar's second collection of short fiction. An advocate of the literature of the imagination, he is... Continue Reading →

Introducing Lauriat: A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology

Our own Charles A. Tan has been busy - not only is he nominated, for the second year running, for the World Fantasy Award (for his blog, Bibliophile Stalker) but US-based published Lethe Press have just released his new anthology, Lauriat: A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology.   About the anthology: Filipinos and Chinese have a rich, vibrant literature... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “Song Of The Body Cartographer” by Rochita Loenen-Ruiz

Rochita Loenen-Ruiz has a new story up at Philippine Genre Stories: Song of the Body Cartographer. Siren traces the marks on Inyanna’s body. There are concave hollows in Inyanna’s arms, and there are connectors along her ribs that allow her to jack into her windbeast when she is in flight. Under Siren’s fingers, the patterns... Continue Reading →

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