SF Tidbits for 8/27/09
- Interviews & Profiles:
- GalleyCat asks; What’s Urban Fantasy? What’s Paranormal Romance?
- Free excerpt: Underland Press has posted a lengthy excerpt of Jeff VanderMeer’s Finch. [via Jeff VanderMeer, who also eveals other cool Finch extras…]
- Jo Walton’s love/hate relationship with funny fiction: “I hate things that are trying to be funny, rather than letting the humour bubble up from underneath.”
- Joseph Mallozzi’s October Book of the Month Club Selection is…Open Your Eyes, by Paul Jessup (which I happened to like.)
- Jim C. Hines tells us The Hugo Awards are shaped that way for a reason.
- Reactions to recent Gender discussions from S.M. Duke and OF Blog of the Fallen.
- Super Punch shares H.R. Giger’s ads for Pioneer.
- Summer Glau is better than my girlfriend.
- At AMC, John Scalzi will undoubtedly ignite even more nerdgassing over his new article, Epic SciFi Design FAILs – Star Trek Edition.
- @Rotten Tomatoes: Respectable Horror Sequels
- @io9: The Science Fiction Sitcoms That Never Were.
- @SCI FI Wire: 12 weird sci-fi statues you can buy for your garden.
- @BestScienceFictionStories: 5 Great Science Fiction Stories that Contain Talking Animals.
Tagged with: Finch • H.R. Giger • Jeff VanderMeer • Jim C. Hines • Jo Walton • Joseph Mallozzi • Karen Miller • Lev Grossman • Paranormal Romance • Star Trek • Summer Glau • Tidbits • urban fantasy • Win Scott Eckert
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