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Click here to hide the comments. They paved the way for us. Fortunately the situation is changing. Receive Articles like this one direct to your email box! I was invited twice to Utopiales—the great French Festival held in Nantes—though that might have happened a bit later.
But apparently not in fiction or in the mixture of both. The UPC award, with its shortcomings—like paying inordinate attention to foreign jijos, suggesting an attitude of deference—was really important in getting young or not-so-young authors to write short novels like crazy.
Writers like me who arrived on the scene in the 80s read more mainstream novels by Spanish or South American writers. Now I am re-reading Philip K.
In June Random House, through its Fantascy imprint, will publish my novel Nos Mienten, written in the mood of political turmoil in which we live in Spain today. In the end science fiction is a literary genre and there are no excuses for bad writing. No hay historias alegres. Ideas are important and plot is important, as are all elements in a story or novel, but in literature the core is language: I tend to like English-language literature in general, not only science fiction but other genres.
The greatest influence is probably American, although in the 90s the influence of the British New Thing was important too.
We developed an awareness of the language we were using and not only that: Recently I was talking with a friend who wrote a story for my next Akasa-Puspa anthology, and I told her that I thought her approach was fantastic, really innovative. Pulp covers, after all, would show BEMs kidnapping beautiful girls who corrina scantily clad, rather than hot semi-naked young men.
The logical starting point would be the Internet. It really was a great time.
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In fact, one of the best Spanish science fiction writers is a woman—Elia. Science fiction and fantasy are the literature of the cotirna. What is the most exciting thing happening in Spanish science fiction today authors, movements, editors, etc.
The second item is the growth of small publishers, combined with the presence of more writers. My tinibelas Akasa-Puspa anthology will feature an even greater number of women. Honestly, it changes over time. More mainstream readers and writers are coming to the genre, which for me is a positive thing.
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At least there is one in this conversation Elia. Publishers have cut down their publications enormously. I completely agree with the observation. 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.
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Tell a friend, share this on: From within the field: Regarding the question of the Hugos. It starts as a kind of love story for young people and gets darker and darker and more science-fictional with every page.
Due to their larger-than-normal size, many buyers are put off by their appearance at first. hijoa
Wells, Larry Niven and Joe Haldeman. When our generation started to write, many of us tinkeblas university training and a few of us had majored in philology or history. They are many and they are quite varied. An accomplishment and a surprise. 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.
The third part, Hijos de las Estrellas, will be published at the end of March. Midlist authors have practically vanished. Why are there so few women in Spanish science fiction? Maybe the crisis made it harder to believe in the future, or real life was deemed depressing enough. The combination of the crisis with internet piracy and new pastimes is proving to be devastating for the publishing world and for writers.
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Optimism and a belief in science are things of the past. I suppose the cause of the improvement was that by this time there were more people writing science fiction than before.
Publicado por BeatrizMArranz en 7: They even published Russian stories! I think author collections are better at showcasing what writers are capable of, so I prefer collections.
But slowly and surely the situation is improving and each year there are more female readers and writers. What was your involvement in that Golden Age, as writers and readers? No te cuentan que siempre, al final, todos mueren.