SF Tidbits for 9/24/09
- Reminder: You can listen to the Free Podcast of Transition by Iain M. Banks, courtesy of Orbit Books.
- British Fantasy Society admits ‘lazy sexism’ over male-only horror book. [via Tobias Buckell]
- One for the writers: At The Swivet, Agent Marlene Stringer asks: What’s the Deal with Book Promotion? “Promotion is not only about the book, it is about the author.”
- @Publishers Weekly, Josh Jasper talks about Real World Settings in Genre Fiction.
- Mike Brotherton knows Why Science Fiction is Hard to Read
- Charles Tan talks about The Paradox of Book Reviewing.
- DreamWorks is in negotiations with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci to adapt a live action feature of James Farr’s Xombie, the sci-fi/horror adventure that began as an online flash-animated series and expanded into a comic book as well as an “illustrated-film” currently in pre-production by Halo-8 Entertainment.
- Bored? You could Be a Jetpack Test Pilot!
- Nuketown lists 6 Things Heroes Must Do to Save Itself. Oddly, I don’t see “Give up and go home” anywhere on the list. But that’s just me.
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