SF Tidbits for 1/31/07
- Subterranean Press is now selling The Sagan Diary by John Scalzi.
- Heroes creator Tim Kring gets all spoilery.
- Chris Dolley interviews Chris Roberson.
- John C. Wright reviews Heinlein’s Stranger in a Strange Land.
- Entertainment Weekly looks at James Cameron’s Avatar.
- Irene Gallo at the Art Department asks artists what they think about the working on genre series covers. Head on over just for the cover eye candy alone.
- An internal Google Maps mashup is mapping places mentioned in books. Only a few are available so far. For example, for Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne, see the section “Places mentioned in this book”. [via Hackzine]
- SCI FI Wire has a video interview with Doug Jones, who plays the Silver Surfer in the Fantastic 4 sequel. [via Monitor Duty]
- Neatorama lists Authors Who Write in the Buff. Benjamin Franklin? [...Shivers...]
- Black Gate has posted an appreciation of David Gemmell. [via Locus Online]
- NY Times Magazine has begun serialization of a new novel by Michael Chabon. [via Locus Online]
- SCI FI Wire profiles Tad Williams, author of Shadowplay, and Harry Turtledove, author of Beyond the Gap.
- The current Bat Segundo Show podcast features Christopher Moore, author of You Suck. [via SFBC Blog]
- Kathryn Cramer is hosting an index page for The New York Review of Science Fiction.
- John Joseph Adams has posted the prelimary contents for his 2008 post-apocalyptic reprint anthology, Wastelands.
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