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The European Science Fiction – Franz Rottensteiner (Austria)

A fragment from the introduction of "View From Another Shore. European Science Fiction", edited by Franz Rottensteiner, Liverpool University Press, 1999 (First edition : Seabury...

“Worlds and Beings”, Romanian Contemporary Science Fiction Stories

„ A comprehensive and panoramic survey of the contemporary Romanian SF. The balance sheet of the genre on the Romanian soil shows that science...

A Dialogue with the Polish Writer Jacek Dukaj by Cristian Tamas

"The horror comes from the recognition of underlying truth about human nature. That’s just how our brains work." - Jacek Dukaj Cristian Tamas : "Let’s recognize,...

The European Speculative Fiction : Terra Incognita ? – Cristian Tamas and Roberto Mendes

  European SF anthologies are rare as pink diamonds, and it seems that American editors have been more interested in collecting and presenting European SF...

Report on the Slavcon (Slovakian Convention) 2015

At the end of May there had been SlavCon in Bratislava again. It is a small Slovakian convention – though to the measurement of...

A Dialogue with Prof. Dr. Domna Pastourmatzi (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece) by Cristian Tamas

Cristian Tamas : You’re an Americanist, with a M.A. and a Ph.D. from US, with specific research interest in American writers such as Hamlin Garland,...

Jacek Dukaj, Considered Poland’s Best Living Science Fiction Writer – Paweł Kozioł

©Jacek Dukaj Jacek Dukaj (born 1974) is one of Poland's most interesting contemporary prose writers, whose books are always eagerly anticipated events. He is the...