SF Tidbits for 6/16/06
- Sad news: SF/F artist Tim Hildebrandt has passed away.
- More sad news: Baen Books publisher Jim Baen has suffered a stroke.
- Happier news: There’s a new SF Website…Helix, a speculative fiction quarterly e-zine run by authors (William Sanders, Lawrence Watt-Evans and others) to brace against the oncoming digital age that sure to change the publishing industry. [via SFBC Blog]
- John Joseph Adams (F&SF editor) discusses The Great Gender Debate.
- Nick Mamatas’ related (and link-engorged) post also covers How to Sell Science Fiction. [via The Publishing Spot]
- Conan the Barbarian is being revived in a version that’s “more faithful to the [Robert E.] Howard story”.
- New for June 2006! Revolution SF offers a 2005 Movie Year-in-Review.
- Latest Meme Therapy Brain Parade: How do you feel about the way science is portrayed in science fiction?
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