Spanish science fiction

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Science fiction in Spanish-language literature has its roots in authors such as Antonio de Guevara with The Golden Book of Marcus Aurelius (1527), Miguel de Cervantes in Don Quixote, and Francisco de Quevedo with The Tower of Hercules.

In the 20th century, magazines such as Nueva Dimensión and Narraciones Terroríficas (the Spanish-language version of Weird Tales) popularized science fiction among Spanish speakers worldwide.

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  • Pulp SciFi List about Latin and Spanish Science Fiction