SF Tidbits for 6/22/07
- Philip Pullman’s Northern Lights (released in the U.S. as The Golden Compass) has been named the best children’s book of the past 70 years.
- Fantasybookspot interviews John Twelve Hawks, author of The Traveler (awesome book, review coming soon!) and the sequel, The Dark River. [via Locus Online]
- USA Today profiles Austin Grossman, author of Soon I Will Be Invincible.
- Intergalactic Medicine has a free fiction preview by Orson Scott Card: “A Young Man with Prospects“. [via Locus Online]
- Free Geekery offers The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Becoming a (Real) Cyborg.
- James Patrick Kelly is podcasting his novel Look Into the Sun. Here’s Part 18.
- How Paul Levinson went face-to-screen with Jack Thompson.
- Real Science: Larry Ketchersid (Dusk Before the Dawn) compares Quantum vs. Classical Computing.
- Wiz Kids Games is giving out coupons for free Star Wars Pocket Models.
- Q: How did the Star Wars fanboy cross the road? A: By pushing a Star Wars AT-AT baby stroller. [via Thingamababy]
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