Sue Burke (mount_oregano) wrote,
Sue Burke

Espora and Concatenation: European SF news

The Spanish Association for Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror publishes the annual English-language newszine Espora (Spore) with hopes that its information will drift around the planet, land somewhere fertile, and grow. Issue #12 lists all the conventions, awards, shows, and publications from April 2007 to March 2008, with lots of links.

Read it here:

The leading UK and European fanzine Science Fact & Science Fiction Concatenation has just posted a big seasonal edition with plenty of news, annual film top ten chart, bags of reviews, an article by Charles Stross, Worldcon review, and more.

Take a look:

P.S. My thumb is healing just fine.

Tags: science fiction, spanish

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