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Articles by Fabio Fernandes

About Fabio Fernandes (21 Articles)
Fabio Fernandes is an SFF writer living in São Paulo, Brazil. He has several stories published in online venues in the US, the UK, New Zealand, Portugal, Romenia, and Brazil. He also contributed to Ann and Jeff VanderMeer's Steampunk II:Steampunk Reloaded, Southern Weirdo: Reconstruction, and The Apex Book of World SF Vol. 2.
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2013: A Short Review

January 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

2013 was a good year to me. On the story front, the first semester wasn’t a strong one; too much work at my day job at the university (and the non-stop work translating SF [...]

MIND MELD: Ticklish Subjects in SF

August 15, 2012 // 17 Comments

[Do you have an idea for a future Mind Meld? Let us know!] Is there any subject science fiction hasn’t turned its eyes (or feelers, or antennae) to? Maybe not, but with [...]

MIND MELD: Ecological Science Fiction

July 25, 2012 // 5 Comments

[Do you have an idea for a future Mind Meld? Let us know!] The recent United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, also known as Rio 2012 or Rio+20, where the heads [...]

MIND MELD: Has Space Opera Lost Its Luster?

June 27, 2012 // 17 Comments

[Do you have an idea for a future Mind Meld? Let us know!] Late last year, after John Ottinger wrote a passionate review of John C. Wright’s Count to a Trillion, he was [...]

REVIEW: Flashback by Dan Simmons

August 10, 2011 // 36 Comments

REVIEW SUMMARY: A dark, wry “post-fall-of-the-US” novel set in the near future. MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: An ex-detective-turned-drug-addict gets a chance of [...]

E-Libris: The Kindle Has Landed!

July 5, 2011 // 10 Comments

As I mentioned in my previous installment, I had quite a few apps for reading e-books on my iPhone – until I went to Amazon.com to search for a book and – hey, [...]

REVIEW: Little Machines by Paul McAuley

June 21, 2011 // 3 Comments

REVIEW SUMMARY: Seventeen stories ranging from time travel to alternate histories, with plenty of tributes to SF masters like Philip K. Dick, Robert A. Heinlein, Edgar Rice [...]
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