SF Tidbits for 8/5/09
- Jeffrey A. Carver dishes on the back story behind his first Star Rigger novel, Seas of Ernathe
- In SFWA News (Have you checked out their redesigned website?):
- The 2009 SFWA business meeting is scheduled for the World Fantasy Convention.
- The Andre Norton Award jury is seeking candidate submissions.
- Angry Robot has signed Aliette de Bodard & Lavie Tidhar: Aliette will write Servants of the Underworld, an alternate-world fantasy/crime novel, and 2 other books set in the same world; Lavie will write the steampunk adventure The Bookman and its sequels.
- Kristine Kathryn Rusch‘s Freelancer’s Survival Guide is now available on one handy page.
- Table of contents for Fantasy Worldbuilding Questions by Patricia C. Wrede.
- Jeff Somers has launched a website to support his new Avery Cates book, The Eternal Prison. The website features an old-school, Zork-like text-adventure.
- John Birmingham is thinking about writing small iPhone novels.
- Joseph Mallozzi reviews his book club selection this month, Elizabeth Moon’s The Speed of Dark.
- Guardian Books Blog says: Enough with the vampire fiction!
- Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson are on tour to promote their new book new book, The Winds of Dune. Love that cover.
- @Listverse: 15 Fascinating Lesser-Known Science Facts, like “The cracking sound of a whip is actually a sonic boom.” Wuh-pah!
- @AMC: 5 Comic Book Artist Movies Even Freakier Than Superman’s Shuster.
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