SF Tidbits for 5/31/07
- At SciFi Wire, John Joseph Adams profiles Allen Steele, author of Spindrift, a book set in the same universe as his Hugo Award-winning Coyote series.
- Articulate (ABC Australia) interviews Margo Lanagan, author of Black Juice. [via Lanagan's blog]
- George R.R. Martin lists films that are better than Star Wars and names “the best science fiction film of all time”: Forbidden Planet.
- Russell Kirkpatrick has a theory on why fantasy is so popular: “I believe the 1970s saw the beginning of a widespread public rejection of the ‘tech fix’, and this is mirrored by the rise of the fantasy novel, in which technology is absent or at least tightly prescribed, and the consequent decline of science fiction.”
- Gerry Canavan has a butt-load of 12 Monkeys links.
- Topps introduces Hollywood Zombies trading cards. [via Table of Malcontents]
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