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SF Tidbits for 7/23/07

  • Pan Macmillan is releasing an Exclusive Boxed Edition of Peter F. Hamilton’s Dreaming Void. [via Peter F. Hamilton]
  • SFFaudio has started a campaign to get the shelved J. Michael Straczynski radio drama “The Adventures of Apocalypse Al” onto the air.
  • It’s not just science fiction, comic books are dying, too. Or are they? [via Gravity Lens]
  • Ian Sales tells us Why Television Sci-Fi Sucks. “Television sf may be the intellectually-challenged brother of written sf, but if it wants to be “good” then it’s still bound by the same rules, it should still use the same techniques.”
  • Bloomberg reports that sales of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows reached 8.3 million copies on the day of its release. [via GalleyCat]
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1 Comment on SF Tidbits for 7/23/07

  1. joshua corning // July 23, 2007 at 7:16 pm //

    It’s not just science fiction, comic books are dying, too. Or are they? [via Gravity Lens]

    Crap…i read this forever ago..I should have told you guys about it….but if you guys are going to post articles from ex-Reason employees then perhaps you you might like stuff from the source:

    http://www.reason.com/blog/show/121542.html

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