SF Tidbits for 5/29/09
- Interviews & Profiles:
- @SF Novelists: David J. Williams (Burning Skies).
- A Flight and a Crash: Hal Duncan (Escape From Hell). [via Roberson’s Interminable Ramble]
- @McNally Robinson Booksellers: Edward Willett (Terra Insegura).
- @Polish website Polter.pl: a PDF interview (in English) with Peter Watts Blindsight. [Thanks, Pawel D.!]
- @Fantasy Magazine, Cat Rambo profiles L. Frank Baum (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz…duh).
- N.K. Jemisin (The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms) talks about trilogies. [via Bibliophile Stalker]
- John C. Wright is talking about Children’s Science Fiction: “…the boundaries of the genre called Science Fiction simply does not apply to the kind of books children tend to like.” (Related: Jim C. Hines Is Your Book Appropriate for My Child? [via Enter the Octopus]
- James Enge reviews the Harlan Ellison documentary, Dreamd with Sharp Teeth.
- Do you know of any short stories about neanderthals? Tell Ted Kosmatka!
- John Scalzi Answers SciFi Questions at SciFi Scanner.
- Embarrassed about holes in your reading? Here’s How to Lie About Books.
- At Grasping for the Wind, several bloggers name their favorite underrated authors.
- A horror novella printed on a roll of toilet paper? Really?
- Splash Page has a preview of William Shatner’s Tek War Chronicles, a new comic based on Shatner’s Tek War books.
- Isaac Asimov gets a crater named after him.
- Bloginhood lists The Top 10 Cyborgs.
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