Guardian lists the Top 10 Dystopian Novels. Sadly, I’ve only read 3 of them. [via Reading Copy]
January Magazine talks to John Scalzi about the Hugo Awards, his accidental career as a novelist, “gateway” science fiction and the nature of fame. “Hey, people are paying a not-insignificant amount for the books. They want to have a ride. I think they should get one.” Sarah Monette lists
Five Things She Knows About World-Building. [via Bibliophile Stalker] The Science Fiction and Fantasy Reading Experience has compiled a list of
sf/f pseudonyms. Closet Sci-Fi Geek is
petitioning for a change of leadership at the SciFi Channel. PodShow is hosting
Old Time Radio Network Scifi, which rebroadcasts classic science fiction radio programs like Escape, Flash Gordon, Hall of Fantasy and Superman. Speaking of radio, XM radio to will air
readings of classic books, beginning with Bradbury’s Farenheit 451. Real Science:
NASA’s images from the Apollo moon landings, the Voyager planetary flybys and space shuttle missions will soon be accessible through a searchable website. From the
September issue, SFX interviews Nathan Filion ( Firefly, Serenity). [via Jeremiah Tolbert] Here’s a 4,914-page PDF file (go, go, gadget
Foxit!) that includes The Complete Works of H.G. Wells.
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