SF Tidbits for 12/28/06
- There is a new teaser trailer for Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. OK, I’m slightly more impressed.
- In an NPR podcast, Stan Lee reflects on a lifetime of creating comics, including some imperfect superheroes.
- Space Archaeology interviews Thomas Harlan (Wasteland of Flint, House of Reeds).
- Chapter Feeds has posted the first chapter of Warrior by Jennifer Fallon.
- Justine Larbalestier offers advice for writers who want to respond to bad reviews.
- The New York Times‘ Caryn James compares and contrasts the book and movie version of The Children of Men. [via MediaBistro]
- The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas discuss Frederik Pohl’s Gateway.
- UkSfBookNews interviews Jonathan Strahan, editor of the upcoming The Jack Vance Treasury.
- Michael L. Wentz offers a thoughtful counterpoint to yesterday’s tidbit Why Do People Not Read Science Fiction?
- Jeff Boron writes to tell us about the blog authored by SumBOTe, “the world’s first (known) blogging robot and a fugitive who escaped from its manufacturer because it wasn’t satisfied with its lot in life as a food service attendant.”
- BSG goes RPG. [via SciFi Wire]
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