SF Tidbits for 9/10/07
- Yatterings interviews author and critic John Clute about his book, Darkening Garden: A Short Lexicon of Horror. Also: Clute reviews The Dog Said Bow-Wow by Michael Swanwick.
- Ben Alpi wonders…Is there is a market for real sci-fi? “I guess the bottom line is we have to figure out how to remind those in power (marketers) that thoughtful content makes money, too. And then we have to make sure they stay out of making creative decisions!”
- Meanwhile, Purplexity contemplates the The Human Condition and Sci Fi with respect to Star Trek and Babylon 5. “One explanation we can put forward for the crappiness of the Star Trek characters is that they are removed from the human condition. Although they are still mortal (though they often seem to act as though they are not), they live in a world where they do not have to fight for resources…”
- BoingBoing shows us a bookcase built into a chair.
- Gravity Lens points us to a bestiary of the wildlife of Venus.
- The Flickr series that starts here shows clay aliens made by 6th graders. I think I see a happy Cthulhu!
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