A Brief History of Mexican Science Fiction

Over at Strange Horizons, Silvia Moreno-Garcia offers A Brief History of Mexican Science Fiction: At the beginning of the 1980s, Mexican science fiction was facing a death spiral. Then, suddenly, something odd happened: a whole new generation of writers started producing original, unique tales that were not knockoffs of American or British writers. Mexican science... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight: “Bloodlines” by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, at Fantasy Magazine

Mexican writer Silvia Moreno-Garcia's latest story, Bloodlines, is now up at Fantasy Magazine: Elena flipped the picture of San Antonio de Padua on its head and placed thirteen coins before him. She split a coconut, bathed it in perfume and whispered his name. When neither worked, she phoned Mario. Five minutes later she was yelling... Continue Reading →

Short Story Highlight (Audio): “Bed of Scorpions” by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Mexican writer Silvia Moreno-Garcia's story, "Bed of Scorpions", originally featured in the anthology Tesseracts 13, is now available in audio at Pseudopod, read by Christiana Ellis: “It scares me,” she said finally. “What?” “That he’s dying.” “Who cares?” She turned to look at him. “He’s filthy rich, you know,” Ramon said as he smoked a... Continue Reading →

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