SF Tidbits for 8/2/09
- The British Fantasy Society announced a new original anthology series published exclusively for BFSA members. The first one is titled The British Fantasy Society Yearbook 2009. Contributors to the volume (which is prefaced with an introductory essay from Gail Z. Martin) include James Barclay, Allyson Bird, Andrew Cartmel, Mark Chadbourn, Christopher Fowler, Gary Fry, Garry Kilworth, Tim Lebbon, Steve Lockley, Juliet E. Mckenna, Gary Mcmahon, Mark Morris, Adam L. G. Nevill, Daniel O’Mahony, Sarah Pinborough, Nicholas Royle, Robert Shearman, Steve Volk, Kaaron Warren and Conrad Williams. [via Tim Lebbon]
- @SciFi Wire, Eoin Colfer talks about And Another Thing, the 6th book in the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series.
- SF Site has posted an interview with John Berlyne, Tim Powers, Peter Crowther and Dirk Berger.
- Jonathan Maberry interviews Douglas Preston.
- Over at Futurismic, Brenda Cooper talks about The Big World of Nanotechnology.
- Larry Ketchersid continues his reviews of Doc Savage with this one for The Land of Terror (Doc Savage #8).
- Hagelrat asks: what’s the difference between fantasy and romance?
- Congratulations to Norilana Books on their third anniversary!
- Over at AMC, Alex Zalben lists The Master Directors of SciFi Comedy.
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