SF Tidbits for 6/29/06
- Revolution SF reviews John Picacio‘s art book Cover Story. They also have posted a gallery of Picacio’s work. I thumbed through this while at Borderlands recently. This. Book. Rocks! [via Locus Online]
- Just in time for the release of Superman Returns, and the release of the book Man From Krypton, comes a Superman-related essay by Karen Haber called Clark Kent Just Gets Better Looking Every Day.
- Greg Egan offers Foundations, a series of articles on some of the theories of twentieth-century physics that have most influenced modern science fiction. [via CoolSciFi]
- TV journalist and a counterfactual author Giampietro Stocco interviews Robert J. Sawyer and C.J. Cherryh. [via Sawyer’s blog]
- John Scalzi (Old Man’s War, Ghost Brigades) interviews David Louis Edelman (Infoquake).
- BBC Radio 4 serializes H. Rider Haggard’s She on July 2nd. [via SFF Audio]
- Paul McAuley reviews A Scanner Darkly. [via Big Dumb Object]
- Forbidden Planet bookstore has a blog and a podcast. [via SFBC Blog]
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