SF Tidbits for 11/29/06
- Cinematical has a thorough review of Superman II — The Richard Donner Cut DVD.
- Jayme Lynn Blaschke perfectly captures some of my problems with this week’s episode of Heroes.
- “Science fiction is the major non-realistic mode of imaginative creation of our epoch. It is the principal cultural way we locate ourselves imaginatively in time and space.” So sayeth H. Bruce Franklin in his essay Science Fiction: The Early History. [via John Abbe]
- At SCI FI Wire, John Joseph Adams profiles Lois McMaster Bujold and her book The Sharing Knife: Beguilement. Meanwhile, Harper Collins has posted the first three chapters of the book. [via Eos Blog]
- James Patrick Kelly continues podcasting his Asimov’s “On The Net” columns with audio version of his Time Travel and Afraid of the Darknet articles.
- Michael Burstein will appear on the 5PM CBS 4 News in Boston today (Wednesday, November 29) regarding his involvement in Society for the Preservation of Pluto as a Planet. [UPDATE: Here's video of the news piece]
- Added to the list of SF/F Writers Who Blog: James A. Owen, author of Here, There Be Dragons.
- When hanging on to dead RSS feeds pays off: Ariel from The Alien Online says that he’s started blogging again at The Genre Files. Cool! I’ve missed his honest commentary. Welcome back, Ariel!
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