…because they are so rarely open to international fans. When one does not live in the US, Canada, the UK (or even Australia and New Zealand – I have seen you libraries!), that it can be less than simple and quite expensive to get a book. Honestly, I hate to see the words “open to […]Read More Giveaways are SF? No, pure fantasy!
It’s that time again! GUFF needs your votes and your money in order to send another awesome person to Australia for Easter next year. So, if you are done voting for the next Worldcon site and for the Hugos, the next voting process you absolutely MUST take part in is the GUFF 2016 Europe to […]Read More Vote for the 2016 Europe to Australasia GUFF trip!
You may think Croatia has enough conventions with some six or seven annual ones running steadily for years but Croatian fandom disagrees! The southern part of the country has been quiet for some time and now we know why – they have just launched a con of their own! FantaSTikon 2015 will be held in […]Read More FantaSTikon 2015: The first SF con in Split
Aleksandar Žiljak may be the most known name of Croatian SF literature outside of Croatia. He is certainly the most translated Croatian genre author and I have already talked to him as have other people, Charles Tan at SF Signal for instance. But 2015 seems to be his year: three Guest of Honour spots – […]Read More Interview: Aleksadar Žiljak, the GoH
Or how it went down when I published my first novel Prolaz za divljac (The Wildlife Crossing). In the time that preceded publishing my first novel, my dear editor Mihaela played a game with me. It was a game called “let’s see what you can write and just how fast you can deliver a finished […]Read More How the Colonial Universe Came To Be