SF Tidbits for 9/7/06
- Stormtroopers blast through gender barrier. I, for one, welcome our new Stormtrooper overlords…
- Now podcasting: Sci-Fi Ranter Girl.
- Turn Me On Red Man: A backwards, hidden message from Red Dwarf.
- The SciFi Channel is airing a Firefly marathon. [via Whedonesque]
- M. John Harrison reviews J.G. Ballard’s Kingdom Come. [via Locus Online]
- If you thought I was having some post office issues, check out Neal Asher. [via SFBC Blog]
- Dark Echo interviews Peter F. Hamilton and Ellen Datlow. [also via SFBC Blog]
- The Minnesota Review interviews Samuel Delany. The interviewer, Josh Lukin, also has an essay on Delany. [via Mumpsimus]
- Science Fiction Citations: The Book! [via Michael A. Burstein]
- Snoot Entertainment has picked up the film rights to Robert J. Sawyer‘s Hugo and Nebula Award nominated novella “Identity Theft”. [via Cinematical]
- SF author Crawford Killian has posted his courseware on how to write a novel. [via Tobias Buckell]
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy presents…Time Travel and Modern Physics.
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