SF Tidbits for 7/30/07
- At ComicCon, they showed some decent (but sometimes hard to see) footage of the upcoming Iron Man movie. Also, extended footage of The Golden Compass was shown.
- Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist interviews Tobias S. Buckell (Ragamuffin) On sf being “respectable”: “I don’t need anyone’s permission to want to play on the bigger, cool field with more and wilder ideas and tools. I’m just doing it because it’s fun.”
- SF author David Levine has gone far beyond what is expected of the average sf reader – even resorting to mathematics! – to answer some questions about the orbital dynamics of Jay Lake’s Mainspring.
- A small handful of the fiction at Strange Horizons are now available under Creative Commons licenses. [via BoingBoing]
- Susannah Mandel explores Where SF and fantasy stands in relation to mainstream literature.
- The Time Traveler Show #20 features John Scalzi, Sarah Monette and Nick Sagan.
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