SF Tidbits for 7/24/09
- Transition by Iain M. Banks gets a September 2009 simul-release in book & serialized podcast formats.
- Apex Publishing announces plans to publish An Occupation of Angels by Lavie Tidhar in February 2010.
- Paul McAuley shows off the wraparound art for his book The Quiet War.
- As part of the ongoing serialization of Makers by Cory Doctorow, Tor.com has a Flash game that lets you arrange the 81 interlocking tiles that accompany each part.
- Patrick at Stomping on Yeti continues his profiles of Tomorrow’s Big Genre Stars, this time with David Moles.
- Justine Larbalestier on book covers.
- Kristine Kathryn Rusch: Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Money, Part 7.
- Peter Watts (Blindsight is working on a super-secret project for Crytek, a computer-game company. [Thanks, Pawel!]
- John Anealio has posted Sci-Fi Songs Podcast #13.
- Zombie mag Revenant makes the jump from online to print. [via David Moody]
- The online comic Stan Lee’s Time Jumpers “blends old-fashioned storytelling with technology that extends well beyond dialog and thought bubbles. In its digital form, it’ll include music, voices and fast-paced story-boards.” [via Axiom's Edge]
- Over at Tor.com, SF Signal Irregular John Ottinger III looks at Famous Last Lines of Speculative Fiction.
- Another SF Scope chart: SFWA Grand Masters, by Longevity.
- FAQ: The Google Books settlement and privacy.
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