SF Tidbits for 2/28/06
- How much do think S&H costs on an $18,000 replica of the robot from the Lost in Space?
- Battlestar Galactica goes collectable card game.
- Karl Schroeder discusses the physics and engineering behind the world of his novel Sun of Suns. [via Schroeder's blog]
- TOR Books may join Baen in selling unencrypted science fiction and fantasy. [via Locus Online, more by Andrew Wheeler and Charlie Stross]
- It’s Chris Roberson Day at Infinity Plus which offers (among other things) Roberson’s short story “Red Hands, Black Hands“, an excerpt from Roberson’s excellent novel Here, There & Everywhere, and a Chris Roberson interview.
- Marvin Kaye’s upcoming SFBC anthology, Forbidden Planets, offers six original novellas (“Mid-Death” by Alan Dean Foster, “Walking Star” by Allen Steele, “JQ211F, and Holding” by Nancy Kress, “Rococo” by Robert Reed, “Kaminsky at War” by Jack McDevitt and “No Place Like Home” by Julie E. Czerneda) about worlds that are difficult and dangerous to visit. [via SciFiWire]
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