SF Tidbits for 4/17/07
- Cormac McCarthy, whose novel The Road was recently chosen by Oprah Winfrey for her book club, has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. A special citation went to Ray Bradbury for his distinguished, prolific and deeply influential career as an unmatched author of science fiction and fantasy.
- New site discovery: Fanboy.com! Check out this recent post of an excerpt from The Science Fiction Book: An Illustrated History, Why There is No Sex in Science Fiction.
- Stan Nicholls received a lifetime achievement award.
- SFX interviews Alastair Reynolds.
- The Sci Phi Show Outcast #37 has a podcast interview with Kim Stanley Robinson.
- Today marks the 10th anniversary of Locus Online, run by Mark Kelly.
- Graham Sleight’s “Yesterday’s Tomorrows” column from Locus Magazine looks at classic works by Frederik Pohl & C.M. Kornbluth.
- GalleyCat has a poll similar to ours this week: Free Books on the Download?
- SFF Audio points us to the Zombie Astronaut website (love the name) who, in turn, points us to two audio versions of Fritz Leiber’s classic short story “A Pail Of Air“.
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