SF Tidbits for 6/28/07
- Here’s a gallery of covers from Astounding/Analog magazine. [via LinkFilter]
- Locus Online posts excerpts of the Nalo Hopkinson and Holly Phillips interviews from the June 2007 issue of Locus
- Adventures in SciFi Publishing podcasts Tobias Buckell and Lou Anders. [via Locus Online]
- Stage Noise has a podcast interview with Sean Williams. [via Talking Squid]
- John Scalzi interviews Robert J. Sawyer, author of Rollback.
- At SciFi Wire, John Joseph Adams profiles Tim Pratt, whose story “Impossible Dreams” (See SF Signal review) won this year’s Asimov’s Readers’ Award for best short story and is a finalist for the Hugo Award.
- SF and Blogs, Part I: Fantasy & Sci-Fi Lovin’ Blog encounters blogsnobbery
- SF and Blogs, Part II: Neth thinks about author blogs, in particular authors being contractually obligated to blog.
- SF and Blogs, Part III: Jeff Somers and the No Fear of the Future group blog have been added to the list of sf/f authors who blog.
- Here’s John Ringo’s Theory of SF Conventions.
- We already know that Star Wars went postal with a set of stamps commemorating anyone but Jar Jar. What’s new is Mad Magazine‘s Rejected Star Wars Stamps. [via Club Jade]
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