SF Tidbits for 8/4/09
- Interviews & Profiles:
- @Bibliophile Stalker: Artist John Picacio, who beautifully illustrated the covers of Mark Chadbourn’s Age of Misrule trilogy.
- @Falcata Times: Chris Roberson (Dawn Of War II).
- Jeff VanderMeer interviews Ann VanderMeer on WorldCon. [via Bibliophile Stalker]
- @Suvudu: Karen Traviss discusses Gears of War.
- @Angry Robot Books: 20 Minutes With Tim Waggoner.
- Terry Pratchett campaigns for the right to take his own life.
- Lorette C. Luzajic discusses The 44 Novels of Philip K. Dick. Meanwhile SFGate looks at PKD’s Valis and later novels. [via Locus Online]
- Author David Moody talks about the story behind the cover of Hater.
- One for the writers: Angela Slatter On the Fine Art of Submission.
- There’s more writerly linkage over at Marty Halpern’s blog.
- Attention artists: SFBC is having an art contest.
- Brad Shorr on What science fiction has taught me.
- Cool images of cities from space. Hey, I think I can see my house!
- Den of Geek discusses The plot-obstacles to an Alien prequel.
- @SFX: The extended Doctor Who universe.
- MoviesOddity lists 10 Best Sci-Fi Movies Of All Time. A Boy and His Dog? Really?
- Wired.com’s Underwire blog lists (and shares some of the) 10 Space-Rocking Astronaut Songs. #1 should be obvious.
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