Tag Archives: Editors’ Note
Welcome, readers. We’ve got more articles coming down the pipeline, including an interview with Jean-Claude Dunyach, an overview of Malaysian horror, coverage of Congrès Boréal 2011, and a review of Swedish magazine Eskapix. Want to join us? See this page … Continue reading
Welcome, readers. This month we’re planning to bring you more coverage of the interactive fiction mini-convention in March and coverage of an Israeli anthology. Want to join us? See this page with info for potential coordinators, bureau heads, and reviewers. … Continue reading
Welcome, readers. This month we’re planning to bring you an overview on the past forty years of Hungarian fantasy, Mike Hilborn’s review of Aotearoa (which swept this year’s XYZZY Awards), Valentin D. Ivanov’s musings on classic Soviet science fiction, and … Continue reading
Welcome, readers. This month we’ll bring you the first column by our Bureau Head for the UAE, Arafaat Ali Khan. You can also look forward to several articles about Hungarian genre fiction, interviews with Jean-Claude Dunyach and Alberto Cola, Val’s … Continue reading
This week we’re offering up links about Chosen Ones, an interesting blog by a Locus short fiction reviewer, new (amusing) terms for sf criticism, sf in Romania, zombies and what people have done with them, “The Secret Feminist Cabal”, what … Continue reading
This week we’re bringing you intriguing history, thoughts about realism, analysis of IF storytelling and techniques, a novel review, and an interrogation of what makes a ‘good’ story.