SF Tidbits for 7/28/09
- There’s a new King Kong prequel film coming, based on the book Kong: King of Skull Island by Joe DeVito and Brad Strickland.
- Mark Kelly posts about The Charles N. Brown Memorials.
- Interviews and Profiles:
- @Graeme’s Fantasy Book Review: Tim Lebbon (Bar None and the focus of this interview, Hellboy).
- @Books I Done Read: Margo Lanagan (Tender Morsels).
- @I Should Be Writing: Mur Lafferty podcast-interviews Greg van Eekhout (Norse Code).
- @Fast Forward: a video-interview with Michael Swanwick
- @Bibliophile Stalker: Kaaron Warren (Slights).
- Mark Teppo guest-blogs at Electric Velocipede Blog.
- Tor.com is SFWA’s newest qualifying short fiction market.
- 8 More Pyr Titles Arrive on the Kindle
- Anticipation announces the WorldCon preliminary programme schedule [PDF].
- On Why Syfy is a Good Idea. [via Torque Control]
- io9 wonders What If Greedo Really Shot First? [via SciFi Scanner]
- I can’t even begin to tell you about all the cool stuff at tumblr blog Distracted by Star Wars.
- Video: The Making of a Star Wars AT-AT Loft Bed.
- Core Dump points us to this Science Photo Library.
- Mindless diversion that last for about 3 seconds: The Harry Potter Sequel Generator.
- Living proof that the comics of yesteryear were much less politically correct than they are today.
- The World in the Satin Bag lists Science Fiction’s Top 5 Leading Ladies.
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