SF Tidbits for 3/22/07
- Chapter Feeds has the 1st chapter of Off Armageddon Reef by David Weber.
- The Art Department showcases the artwork of David Grove (including the cover of Gene Wolfe’s Pirate Freedom. Arrrr!), who will be inducted into the Illustrators’ Hall of Fame.
- Norman Spinrad discusses hard science fiction and accessibility of sf in his reviews of Peter Watts’ Blindsight and Mary Rosenblum’s Horizons. [via Geekend, who has something worthwhile to say about it.]
- Asimov’s, celebrating their 30th anniversary issue, also posts Robert Silverberg’s “Reflections” column and a combined editorial, including the first Asimov’s editorial ever by Isaac himself.
- FantasyBookspot interviews Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Name of the Wind, the first book of the The Kingkiller Chronicles trilogy.
- Matt Cheney’s Mumpsimus is SciFi Weekly’s site of the week.
- Cory Doctorow concludes the podcast of Eastern Standard Tribe.
- A gallery of science fiction pulp covers painted by British illustrator and comics artist Ron Turner for British pulp magazines in the 1950s. [via BoingBoing]
- More cool sci-fi art at Bldg Blog, where they talk about an upcoming film festival called called Science Fiction and the City.
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