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Reseña de Libro: Los Jinetes del Recuerdo de Antonio Mora Vélez

Reseña de Libro: Los Jinetes del Recuerdo de Antonio Mora Vélez

A review of Los Jinetes del Recuerdo, a collection of science fiction poems by Antonio Mora Vélez. Read More »

Back to Which Future?

Back to Which Future?

We've had cyberpunk and steampunk. Is the next big thing...wood punk? Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 9-17-2017

AMAZING NEWS: 9-17-2017

Women in SF; men in SF; Cassini, Krugman, Valerian, the gill man, Space Telescopes, Forbidden Planet, Limbaugh, Wonder Woman and bluesy astrobiologists (my professor done told me....) Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 9-17-2017

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 9-17-2017

Jerry Pournelle, Heinlein Society, Dwarf Stars, Sputniks, dueling Comiccons and 4E Read More »

JO PHAN’S READS:  This Week in Fanzines

JO PHAN’S READS: This Week in Fanzines

September's Ansible and three issues of The Reluctant Famulus Read More »

TIME  MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Since our traffic is up, there's a lot more popular posts! Read More »

Guest Editorial:  Words Matter, Actions Matter and Race Definitely Matters by Chris M. Barkley

Guest Editorial: Words Matter, Actions Matter and Race Definitely Matters by Chris M. Barkley

“Shallow understanding from people of good will is more frustrating than absolute misunderstanding from people of ill will.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. When I finished reading Christopher Nuttal’s editorial, “A Character Who Happens To Be Black” for the first time, I found myself remembering an oft told story about Nichelle Nichols, the actress who played Lt. Uhura on Star Trek. Read More »

Note to Seth

Note to Seth

A first impression of Seth Macfarlane's new series The Orville. Read More »

Close encounter of South Korean kind/South Korean Science Fiction

Close encounter of South Korean kind/South Korean Science Fiction

At times, living in South Korea feels like living in a science fiction or dark fantasy world. Does this mean that South Koreans aren't interested in speculative fiction? ABSOLUTELY NOT! Read More »

Anime roundup 9/14/2017: The Waiting Game

Anime roundup 9/14/2017: The Waiting Game

In this week's viewing: Chronos Ruler gives its villain a proper introduction, Made in Abyss brings in a long-awaited hero, and more! Read More »

Science Fiction Romance Readers Talk Favorite Series

Science Fiction Romance Readers Talk Favorite Series

Discussion of some of their favourite science fiction romance series by authors and fans. Read More »

Cassini’s Grand Finale

Cassini’s Grand Finale

Bye Bye Cassini! You did GREAT! Thanks for not contaminating Enceladus! Read More »

Noticias Literatura 13-9

Noticias Literatura 13-9

A review of Begoña Pérez Ruiz's novel Blue and the announcement of a sale on the few remaining copies of books from Spiral Science Fiction. Read More »

Review: The Dial by R. W. Warwick

Review: The Dial by R. W. Warwick

The Dial by R. W. Warwick is a fun collection of short stories with varying themes and a vast range of subject matter. Read More »

Book Review: At the Table of Wolves by Kay Kenyon

Book Review: At the Table of Wolves by Kay Kenyon

At the Table of Wolves is another alternate history in which people with superhuman powers affect the course of World War II, but it doesn't compare to MJ-12 Shadows. Read More »

Les articles populaires d’août 2017

Les articles populaires d’août 2017

A list of some of the most popular Amazing Stories articles of August for French readers. Read More »

Sight VS Sound

Sight VS Sound

Audio books may not make print obsolete, but they are a growing market that independent authors should consider. Read More »

Sight VS Sound

Sight VS Sound

Audio books may not make print obsolete, but they are a growing market that independent authors should consider. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS: 9-10-2017

AMAZING NEWS: 9-10-2017

Dr. Jerry Pournelle passed away 9/8/2017.  He was a major influence on the field in many ways - his fiction, his collaborations, his generosity, his service.  He could be prickly, he could be intimidating, he could be sympathetic.  Whether one agreed or disagreed with his many and varied positions on all manner of subjects, he always argued the facts. Read More »

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 9-10-2017

AMAZING NEWS FROM FANDOM: 9-10-2017

The winner of the third annual Year’s Best Military and Adventure Science Fiction Readers’ Choice Award is “Wise Child” by Sharon Lee & Steve Miller. The award was decided by a public vote among the 15 short stories in Baen Books’ The Year’s Best Military and Adventure SF, Vol. 3, edited by David Afsharirad. Read More »

JO PHAN’S READS:  This Week in Fanzines

JO PHAN’S READS: This Week in Fanzines

Vibrator #43, Fornax #20, Opuntia #389, The Revenge of Hump Day 30 August & 6 September and the September issue of Surprising Stories. Read More »

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

TIME MACHINE: Popular Posts

Reviews, interviews, commentary, short stories, artwork and news items all made the most viewed list this past week. Traffic wise, the first week of September 2017 has been good for Amazing Stories. These articles are the reason why. Read More »

Guest Editorial: Humanity’s’ R&D Department – Science Fiction by David Gerrold

Guest Editorial: Humanity’s’ R&D Department – Science Fiction by David Gerrold

This is the primary function of science fiction — to be the Research and Development Division of the Human Species. This literature is the laboratory in which we consider the universe and our place in it. It is the place where we ask, “Who are we and what is our purpose here? What does it mean to be a human being?” No other genre is as ambitious, no other genre considers as many powerful and di... Read More »

RAISING DAVE by Jack Strange:  The Conclusion

RAISING DAVE by Jack Strange: The Conclusion

The concluding chapters! Read More »

An Interview with Nat Segaloff, Author of A Lit Fuse

An Interview with Nat Segaloff, Author of A Lit Fuse

Interview with Nat Segaloff, the author of A Lit Fuse, a biography about Harlan Ellison. Read More »

REVIEW: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (July/August 2017)

REVIEW: The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (July/August 2017)

The July/August edition of F&SF features many stories of dark fantasy and an unofficial theme of the arts. Read More »

What will happen to SF films when streaming conquers the universe?

What will happen to SF films when streaming conquers the universe?

The movement away from physical artifacts (DVDs and Blu-Ray discs) to streaming services may leave future science fiction film fans in the dark about classics of the genre if selection does not improve. Read More »

Anime roundup 9/7/2017: In Too Deep

Anime roundup 9/7/2017: In Too Deep

In this week's viewing: Made in Abyss examines how tough life is without the help of a robot friend, Chronos Ruler ties itself in causal knots, and more! Read More »

Novedades de agosto

Novedades de agosto

New book releases, a television series, radio interviews and so much more! Read More »

RAISING DAVE by Jack Strange Chapter 14

RAISING DAVE by Jack Strange Chapter 14

There were dark stains on the pavement with police tape cordoning them off from pedestrians. I loitered around, trying to come to terms with what I’d done. Read More »

Noticias Literatura 6-9

Noticias Literatura 6-9

An announcement about new publications from Ediciones El transbordador, Apache Libros takes over publication of the winners of the UPC Awards, and more! Read More »

Review: FLASH GORDON SUNDAYS: DAN BARRY VOLUME 1 – THE DEATH PLANET, 1967-1971

Review: FLASH GORDON SUNDAYS: DAN BARRY VOLUME 1 – THE DEATH PLANET, 1967-1971

Flash Gordon Sundays: Dan Barry Vol 1 – The Death Planet, 1967 – 1971 is one of those books that should be in every collector’s library. Read More »

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