SF Tidbits for 1/30/07
- The BBC is animating Doctor Who in a 13-part adventure called The Infinite Quest. [via Forbidden Planet]
- Velcro City Tourist Board lists an incomplete bibliography of worthwhile science fiction and genre criticism culled from a new website/forum set up by Gabe Chouinard to discuss such matters.
- Free fiction at Analog: Queen of Candesce (part I). [also via VCTB]
- CBS has picked up two SF pilots: Babylon Fields, an hour-long zombie-themed comedy-drama, and Twilight, a drama about a vampire private eye who’s dealing with the fallout from being immortal.
- Literary Kicks says Books are Too Damn Expensive.
- Star Trek‘s Leonard Nimoy will host Star Trek: Beyond the Final Frontier, a History Channel documentary special that will take a look at the 40-year history of the venerable SF franchise, on Feb. 19 at 9 p.m. ET.
- Make shows us How to make an invisible book shelf.
- A few new additions to the list of sf/f authors who blog: James Barclay, Jeffrey Carver, Paul Di Filippo, Mark Morris, Susan Palwick, Brian Ruckley, Ryk E. Spoor and Steph Swainston.
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