Category Archives: science fiction

Mexican Science Fiction and Latin American Realities

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Days since the election: 6 In December of last year I published the first in an ongoing series of posts on Mexican science fiction, a film … Continue reading

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Mexican Science Fiction, Part III: Three Messages and a Warning

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine I’ve written before about Mexican science fiction cinema (here and here).  Today it’s the turn of Mexico’s literary science fiction. Congratulations to Small Beer Press for … Continue reading

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Mexican Science Fiction, Part II: Death Comes Calling One Last Time

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Days until the election: 150 This site deals not only in the future of Mexico as a reality that we can witness unfolding around us, or … Continue reading

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Mexican Science Fiction, Part I: The Double Identity of the Movie 2033

“A great science fiction detective story” – Ian Watson, author of The Universal Machine Days until the election: 199 Days until the Year 2033: 7687 Part of what goes into Mexico’s future is the stuff that is rooted firmly in … Continue reading

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