SF Tidbits for 9/7/07
- Free fiction: ManyBooks.net offers “Sense from Thought Divide” by Mark Irvin Clifton and “The Stutterer” by R.R. Merliss.
- Sean Wallace shows off the (preliminary) covers for Prime Books’ trio of Best of the Year anthologies (Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror).
- At Fantasy & Science Fiction website, Dave Truesdale writes about Gardner Dozois, the Revitalization of Genre SF, and The New Space Opera. [via Locus Online]
- Guy Stewart asks Is there a bias in SF against Christianity? [via Tobias Buckell]
- Ellen Datlow has been added to the list of sf/f authors who blog. [via Locus Online]
- Aurora Award nominations have been announced. [via SF Canada]
- Torque Control looks at Future Classics, a set of reprints from Gollancz with minimalist cover designs.
- The website for the Logorrhea anthology, which contains stories centered around spelling bee words, is now live. [via Jeremiah Tolbert]
- Anne McCaffrey’s website has added a publication and chronological order list (in glorious PDF) for the Pern books. [via Weird Roundup]
- Following up his recent Firefly media tie-in book proposal, Chris Roberson is now sharing his proposal for the return of Captain Action.
- Smokyland has posted the full introduction Michael Moorcock wrote about Alan Moore for an Italian Watchmen tribute book. [via Chris Roberson]
- Before you go back in time and kill your grandfather, make sure you comprehend The Philosophy of Time Travel.
- Jeff VanderMeer points us to Longpen, the remote autograph-signing device conceived by Margret Atwood. See it in action!
- One for the Math geeks [looks at self]: here’s Durian, a trippy fly-by animation of a fractal.
- Mental Flossrounds up sitcom aliens, though their definition is perhaps a little too braod. C’mon…Latka Gravas?!?
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