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If I wanted to read the best Spanish science fiction short stories, where would be a good place to start?
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What are your current and forthcoming projects? And we read other things too—other genres, literature in our mother tongue, classics of world literature. Ideas are important and plot is important, as are all elements in a story or novel, but in literature the core is language: But Santos and Vigil were the old guard and we have lots to thank them for.
Do you see this changing anytime soon? So yes, I suppose the U. From within the field: I think that we have lived through several intermixed crises. The protagonist will be played by Tinieb,as Leigh Cook. I was twenty years old when the collection started, and my interest in science fiction was at its peak, so it was like a godsend. At these gatherings there would almost always be a publisher present, or someone who produced a fanzine, or perhaps someone who hosted a radio talk show about science fiction and fantasy.
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The UPC award, with its shortcomings—like paying inordinate attention to foreign authors, suggesting an attitude of deference—was really important in getting young or not-so-young authors cotrinx write short novels like crazy.
In the end science fiction is a literary genre and there are no excuses for bad writing. What is the most exciting thing happening in Spanish science fiction today authors, movements, cortina, etc. Why are there so few women in Spanish science fiction?
Josf Santos and Luis Vigil can be considered, in my opinion, the two most influential science fiction editors in Spain.
All of the authors mentioned in these conversations have very interesting visions to share with non-Spanish readers. That notion continues to be in play today. I didn’t know some of those authors were so approachable.
Eduardo Vaquerizoa prolific contributor to short story magazines and anthologies, is the author of Danza de Tinieblas and Memoria de Tinieblas, both of which won the Ignotus the Spanish equivalent of the Hugoas well as other well-regarded works richly informed by history.
Recently the publisher Cyberdark has started a collection of anthologies whose goal is to rescue the best short stories of this period. I remember my first fan days, my first conventions. Comments containing name-calling, personal attacks, threats, or other abusive content will be edited or deleted. But apparently not in fiction or in the mixture of both.
What impact has the Spanish financial crisis had on science fiction in Spain, besides reducing publishing? But I would extremely suggest you get an indoor and outdoor cycling shoe separately. Our interest was in literature first and foremost; with science fiction as a special case, unlike more conservative academics and mainstream writers who argue that literature and science fiction are distinct.
They have probably read every SF short story ever published in Spain. The way in which a story is told is as important as the idea. We simply wrote what we wanted to write, though we did notice that we were living in a period of great creative stirrings. On the one hand, and little by little, science fiction is becoming more respectable.
Would it be rude to suggest my own work? For me, for example, Stanislaw Lem was very important. The novel I wrote with Javier Redal, Mundos en el Abismo, is considered by many to be one of the defining moments in the formation of Spanish science fiction as we know it today.
But it was an extremely important collection in terms of disseminating science fiction among readers who barely knew it.
In the nineties the SF world in Spain seemed to bloom. Now I am re-reading Philip K.
A new phenomenon has arisen, that of tibieblas fan who self-edits his work and seeks crowd-funding. But yes, there is still a lot of room for improvement.
Do you think the Hugo awards should similarly be opened up beyond Worldcon members? But now the opposite is happening and dystopias are proving the most successful subgenre.