HUBbub is a look at the sometimes unruly (hence the title) conversation of science fiction. It's also a way of putting out information about the SCIENCE FICTION HUB, an on-line resource for sf researchers (and researchers of anything else who may find sf useful) built by the University of Liverpool Library, home of the Science Fiction Foundation Collection, with funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Hélice -- new issue
Vol 2 of the bilingual (English Spanish) sf/f online journal Hélice http://www.revistahelice.com/revista/Helice_1_vol_II.pdf is now up. Contents include translations by Leimar Garcia-Siino of the University of Liverpool of two classic sf tales from 19th century Spain: " Teitan the Proud – Tale of Things to Come"
by Nilo María Fabra and "Future Time" by Leopoldo Alas ("Clarín"), and an essay on "Time Paradoxes in Science Fiction" by the Romanian sf critic Cornel Robu.