SF Tidbits for 7/28/07
- Small World podcast interviews Kay Kenyon (Bright of the Sky).
- Time magazine interviews Neil Gaiman. “The fact that Stardust is finally getting made says more about how Hollywood has changed than how Gaiman has.” [via Abe Books]
- Over at DeepGenre, Katharine Kerr explains why fantasy writers get crabby:
- John C. Wright weighs in on the Mundane SF movement: “Let no one think I am a proponent of ‘Mundane SF’: As far as I am concerned, if it does not involve space travel, it is not science fiction.”
- Over at Geekend, Jay G. asks: Who are today’s Asimov, Clarke, and Heinlein?
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