SF Tidbits for 5/11/07
- Mark Chitty has the scoop on Peter F. Hamilton’s upcoming books and stories, including the spiffy new Jim Burns cover of The Dreaming Void.
- Jonathan Strahan is looking forward to the upcoming anthology Rewired: the Post-Cyberpunk Anthology, edited by James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel, the editing team behind Feeling Very Strange: The Slipstream Anthology.
- Alan DeNiro talks about Space Opera. “Space opera is the ultimate sandbox of non-realism.”
- Author Justine Larbalestier lists the Top 10 Reasons Banning Books is a Bad Idea.
- SFX has a brief interviews with John Meaney and Mark Chadbourn.
- Here’s a detailed look at the Film References in the Song “Science Fiction Double Feature” from The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
- Paul Levinson lists 10 Reasons to Like the Clones, from a 2002 Locus article in response to reviews of Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones.
- Here’s Why so Many Science Fiction Fans Are Turning Off the Sci-Fi Channel. The short version: Sucky programming.
- Maxim lists (what else?) The 15 Hottest Women in Comics.
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