SF Tidbits for 9/30/09
- Interviews & Profiles:
- Iain M. Banks is interviewed by Time, The Independent, and the Scotsman.
- Mad Hatter’s Bookshelf interviews Cherie Priest, author of Boneshaker.
- The latest episode of Cult Pop features a video interview with Marcus Sakey.
- Harry Connolly is featured on John Scalzi’s latest Big Idea post.
- Joseph Mallozzi’s blog readers throw questions at actor Brian J. Smith (Stargate Universe).
- Wanna interview John Scalzi? John Scalzi is fielding questions about his involvement in Stargate Universe.
- Authors reviewing authors:
- Norilana Books will be publishing 7 Tanith Lee titles, including two reprint trilogies (The Birthgrave Trilogy and The Wars of Vis sequence) an one original sequel.
- Here’s a nice Flickr gallery of vintage sf paperbacks.
- Adaptation of the Day: Stephen King’s “The Colorado Kid”. [via Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine]
- ABC’s FlashForward is making references to Lost. [via SciFi Scanner]
- AMC’s The Prisoner remake gets a start date: Sunday Nov. 15.
- 50 years later, Twilight Zone bridges time: “Rod Serling’s veiled commentary remains as soul-baring today as it did a half-century ago…”
- @SCI FI Wire: 7 years after Firefly: Where are they now?
- Speaking of Stephen King, Jigsaw’s Lair lists Part 1 of Best Stephen King Adaptations
- Neatorama reprints 10 Sci-Fi Books That Even Non-Geeks Would Love from Uncle John’s Bathroom Reader Plunges Into the Universe.
- @BestScienceFictionStories: 6 Science Fiction Stories Containing Altered Human Bodies
- There are several genre titles in Topless Robot’s list of The 5 Best and 5 Worst Book & Record Story Sets.
- Can You guess which classic science fiction novel made Bookstove’s list of 10 Dirty Books You Should Read?
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