SF Tidbits for 1/26/09
- Geekerati podcast-interviews Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman (Bones of the Dragon). [via SFFaudio]
- Andrew Wheeler’s Collected Thoughts about Mass-Market Paperbacks. (Or, The MMPB Business for Dummies.)
- Proving he’s a fan just like the rest of us, Robert J. Sawyer talks about his eBay purchase of this 12-inch fan-made resin statue of Caesar from Planet of the Apes.
- This week see’s the premiere of a new Futurismic column: The Adam Roberts Project, currently residing here.
- Dear Author tells us Why ePublishing Needs to Grow Up: “…many of those in charge in the epublishing part of the industry seems intent on killing ebooks.” [via MobileRead]
- Leave it to Boing^2 to make sure the world knows about this new Star Wars/Classic Art photoshopping contest.
- Is it me, or is this Tiny Lego Star Destroyer truly uninspired? [via Super Punch]
- Several genre films appear in:
- Holy Taco’s photoshoppery post: If Movie Posters Were More Honest. [via Neatorama]
- AMC TV’s list of Ten Movies With Not-So-Great, Actually Really Bad, Leads. Mark Hamill for the Star Wars Trilogy and Keanu Reeves for The Matrix, I can see. But William Shatner for Star Trek I-VI“? Ouch! That would be a serious blow to the Shat’s ego if ever decided to take the time to look away from his mirror. Hiyo!
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