Cosmos Latinos
An Anthology of Science Fiction from Latin America and Spain
Andrea L. Bell, ed.; Yolanda Molina-Gavilán, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• IN THE BEGINNING
• Juan Nepomuceno Adorno - “The Distant Future” (Mexico, 1862)
• Nilo Maria Fabra - “On the Planet Mars” (Spain, 1890)
• SPECULATING ON A NEW GENRE: SF FROM 1900 THROUGH THE 1950s
• Miguel de Unamuno - “Mechanopolis” (Spain, 1013)
• Ernesto Silva Roman - “The Death Star” (Chile, 1929)
• Juan Jose Arreola – “Baby H.P” (Mexico, 1052)
• THE FIRST WAVE: THE 1960s TO THE MID-1980s
• Angel Arango - “The Cosmonaut” (Cuba, 1964)
• Jeronimo Monteiro - “The Crystal Goblet” (Brazil, 1964)
• Alvaro Menen Desleal - “A Cord Made of Nylon and Gold” (El Salvador, 1965)
• Pablo Capanna - “Scronia” (Argentina, 1967)
• Magdalena Moujan Otano - “Gu TA Gutarrack (We and Our Own) (Argentina, 1968)
• Luis Britto Garcia - “Future” (Venezuela, 1970)
• Hugo Correa - “When Pilate Said No” (Chile, 1971)
• Jose B. Adolph - “The Falsifier” (Peru, 1972)
• Angelica Gorodischer - “The Violet’s Embryo’s” (Argentina, 1973)
• Andre Carneiro - “Brain Transplant” (Brazil, 1978)
• Daina Chaviano - “The Annunciation” (Cuba, 1983)
• Federico Schaffler - “A Miscalculation” (Mexico, 1983)
• RIDING THE CREST: THE LATE 1980s INTO THE NEW MILLENIUM
• Braulio Tavares - “Stuntmind” (Brazil 1989)
• Guillermo Lavin “ - Reaching the Shore” (Mexico, 1994)
• Elia Barrcelo - “First Time” (Spain, 1994)
• Pepe Rojo - “Gray Noise” (Mexico, 1996)
• Mauricio-Jose Schwarz - “Glimmerings on Blue Glass” (Mexico, 1996)
• Ricard de la Casa and Pedro Jorge Romero - “The Day We Went through the Transition” (Spain, 1998)
• Pablo Castro - “Exeriom” (Chile, 2000)
• Michel Encinosa - “Like the Roses Had to Die” (Cuba, 2001)




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