SF Tidbits for 9/1/07
- At SciFi Wire, John Joseph Adams profiles Elizabeth Bear, author of Undertow.
- New/Updated at Gutenberg: “Slingshot” by Irving W. Lande. “The slingshot was, I believe, one of the few weapons of history that wasn’t used in the last war. That doesn’t mean it won’t be used in the next!”
- John C. Wright has completed his work on Null-A Continuum, the sequel to A.E. van Vogt’s Null-A series.
- Cherie Priest talks at length about zombies.
- This group blog of romance writers rounds up instances of pets and small children in SF and Fantasy.
- Locus Online has posted the contents of the September 2007 issue of Locus magazine.
- SciFi UK Review announces the contents of Interzone #212. [via Gareth L. Powell]
- Asimov’s previews the contents of their upcoming 30th anniversary issue.
- Michael Riga writes: Any Story is Better if Set in Space. “So in the end it appears that science fiction is less of a genre than it is a setting. Within science fiction you can have any sort of movie, with action and horror and more existential aims all represented, often times in the same movie.”
- Fractal Universe – A Pictorial Hypothesis by Colin Hill. [via Dad2059]
- Fifty bucks will get you a Transformer that turns into the Death Star. [via SciFi Scanner]
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