SF Tidbits for 7/29/06
- RIP: David Gemmell.
- Pendragon Pictures is filing suit against Dark Horse Comics claiming that the comic makers have cribbed a whole lot of visuals from their flick, which they try to illustrate via their website. [via Cinematical]
- Wildside Press is launching a new mass-market paperback line.
- Jonathan Strahan offers the second Coode Street Podcast.
- John Jarrold shares how he discovered SF.
- Charles Brown Sean Wallace shows off the cool-looking covers for 2007 editions of Prime Books‘ Best of the Year anthology series. [via Wallace's liveJournal]
- Here’s Ursula K. LeGuin’s introduction to The Norton Book of Science Fiction.
- A woman has decorated her apartment to look like Space 1999‘s Moonbase Alpha. [via The Website at the end of the Universe]
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