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Science Fiction in Croatia

1. The Beginnings Although the elements of fantastic and speculative (as far as science in the modern sense is concerned) in the Croatian literature can...

Are the Dutch on the way to their own SFWA?

The past twelve months have seen interesting developments in the Netherlands. First, and maybe most important for authors and readers alike, is the establishment...

Review: ‘Lovecraft, My Love’ by Tais Teng

The first thing that came to mind when I read 'Lovecraft, My Love' by Tais Teng was the 'Under The Radar' topic on the...

The 2016 Eurocon Barcelona Progress Report # 4

Welcome to Progress Report #4!  Please be aware that the membership list is filling up rapidly with people from Spain itself.  As of the...

Strindberg, Science and the Occult – Ahrvid Engholm (Sweden)

Author and playwright August Strindberg (1849-1912) is together with Astrid Lindgren Sweden's perhaps most well-known writer. (If we leave out recent Larssons and Mankells of...

Spain: A New Playground for Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror – Cristina Jurado

  Anne Charnock : "I am delighted to host author Cristina Jurado on my blog* to describe the current boom in Science Fiction in Spain...

Eurocon 2013 – Day Two

This is the end of the second day of the European Science Fiction Convention in Kiev. A second busy day, too. Today the convention moved within the Scientific and Technical Library of the Ukrainian Polytechnic Institute, that is a very important scientific campus. Upon arrival we were greeted by the traditional Soviet monument