Hunter Liguore

International Speculative Fiction: Issue Five

International Speculative Fiction: Issue Five

A run-down on the contents of the latest issues of the International Speculative Fiction Magazine Read More »

Ron L. Hubbard Writers of the Future 3rd Quarter Contest, 2013

Ron L. Hubbard Writers of the Future 3rd Quarter Contest, 2013

I'm pleased to announce my novella, "When Dragons Fall," received an honorable mention this quarter. (This post includes a link to download Hunter's nominated story. Read More »

When Dragons Fall: An Introduction

When Dragons Fall: An Introduction

Any discussion about the novella, When Dragons Fall, is a discussion about the bombing of Nagasaki and Hiroshima, a tragedy that took place on August 6, 1945 Read More »

Amazing News Weekly – 6/23

NEW CONTEST! WIN A COPY OF HAUNTINGS, edited by ELLEN DATLOW Amazing Stories is giving away one copy of Hauntings, edited by Ellen Datlow via a random drawing on July 1, 2013. All you have to do to enter is leave a comment below, and you’ll be ... Read More »


Tomorrow – Hunter Liguores’s novel excerpt from Travels of Danger in the Yucatan: A Mayan Time Travel Odyssey In the spirit of John Lloyd Stephens’ Incidents of Travel in the Yucatan, or Conan Doyle’s Lost World, Hunter Liguor... Read More »


The Experimenter Publishing Company and Amazing Stories are pleased to announce that beginning in May of 2013, two new bi-monthly features will be coming to the pages of Amazing Stories! SPACE ART Space Art – Explorers of the Infinite – w... Read More »

When Did Science Fiction Begin?

“Science fiction sketches not the future, but an alternative, it leaps into another reality, it refers not to the future but to the present. SF should not be viewed as referring to the future so much as to the possibilities.” —Dieter Hasselblatt, Ger... Read More »

Ancient Aliens: UFO sightings, Lost Worlds & Early Space Travel in SF Literature

It’s fun to look at the ancient origins of UFO sightings, lost worlds, and early space travel in SF literature. How far can we go back in Earth’s history to explore writers penning motifs of a genre we all love? What does it tell us about our ancesto... Read More »