SF Tidbits for 6/26/07
- John Scalzi interviews Allen Steele, author of Spindrift.
- Subterranean Online has posted new fiction: “Unrequited Love” by Gene Wolfe and a new Gene Wolfe Story and “Suicide Jack and the One-Eyed King” (Part 2) by Elizabeth Bear
- LifeHack lists 14 Ways to Cultivate a Lifetime Reading Habit. “If reading is a habit you’d like to get into, there are a number of ways to cultivate it.”
- James Patrick Kelly is podcasting his novel Look Into the Sun. Here’s Part 19.
- John C. Wright lists children’s books that are better than Northern Lights (a.k.a. The Golden Compass).
- Infinity Plus interviews Eric Brown, author of Helix.
- Here’s a video Charles Stross talking about The Atrocity Archives. [via Big Dumb Object via Orbit Books]
- Wired looks at 60 Years of Flying Saucers.
- The complex and terrifying reality of Star Wars fandom: Star Wars fans hate Star Wars! [via Geekend]
- Orbit Books is running a contest. The winner gets a book a month from Orbit US.
- At Strange Horizons, Matt Cheney asks “What are you going to do with all those books?“
- Reacting to an essay in The New York Review of Science Fiction, Matt Cheney also ponders The Shibboleth of “The Literary Establishment. L.E. Modesitt responds, too.
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