SF Tidbits for 8/8/06
- Irene Gallo offers the story behind the cover art for The Android’s Dream by John Scalzi.
- GeekZine has KISS Meets the Phantom of the Park in its entirety (and augmented MST3K-like).
- Here’s a list of Mathematics in Fiction. [via Cynical-C]
- A recent discussion on why Serenity failed at the box office. [via Easter Lemming Notebook]
- Happy 3rd Birthday to Kid’s Lit.
- Vector co-editor Niall Harrison reviews “Understanding Space and Time” by Alastair Reynolds.
- SciFi Weekly interviews Alan Moore.
- Did You Know: Eureka was originally envisioned as an animated show?
- SciFi Wire has an update on the Robert E. Howard anthology Cross Plains Universe.
- Over at WriteFantastic, Stan Nicholls wonders if the bookstore is doomed. [via SFBC Blog]
- David Louis Edelman hates MySpace.
- Following up Parts I and II, Lou Anders offers The State of Science Fiction, Part III in response to Charlie Stross’ Genre Neuroses post.
- ComingSoon.net has some details on the first six episodes of ABC TV’s The Masters of Science Fiction.
- John Scalzi listed SF Signal as a blog he “trundles” daily. What a coincidence. So do I! Be sure to head on over and check out Scalzi’s list of fine blogs.
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