SF Tidbits for 2/26/08
- Free Fiction: “Mathralon” by David Louis Edelman (appears in The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, Volume Two]
- Free Audio Fiction: Key Out Of Time by Andre Norton. [via SFFaudio]
- Free Fiction Teaser: Asimov’s has posted the beginning of Elizabeth Bear‘s story “Shoggoths in Bloom“.
- John C. Wright liked Steven Gould’s book, Jumper. The movie? Not so much.
- F&SF Blog interviews K.D. Wentworth whose story, “Exit Strategy”, appears in the March 2008 issue.
- Artist Maurizio Manzieri shows off the cool artwork he did for April 2008 issue of Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine to coincide with the lead story “Five Thrillers” by Robert Reed.
- D.D. Shade at Lost Books asks: What is Speculative Fiction? “…we need a good way of defining Speculative Fiction other than saying, as Damon Knight said of science fiction, that Speculative Fiction is that which we point to and say it is Speculative Fiction.”
- io9 lists 7 Scifi Comic Books That are Free Online.
- TexasBestGrok points us to these cool Model kits that Might Have Been, a set of realistic (but faux) model kit boxes which you can actually order and showcase at home (or wherever it is one showcases models). My favorite: Balok from Star Trek. Clint Howard always creeped me out.
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