SF Tidbits for 9/3/09
- Interviews & Profiles:
- Lev Grossman Responds to Criticism of his Wall Street Journal essay.
- Robert J. Sawyer on the death of science fiction.
- Jeff VanderMeer reviews Mark von Schlegell’s Mercury Station.
- Cheryl Morgan looks at Women & SF: Some Numbers. [via Enter the Octopus]
- @No Fear of the Future, Jess Nevins talks about The Zeppelin Pulps.
- @The World in the Satin Bag, S.M. Duke continues his essay on Punking the Begeezus out of SF/F.
- Norilana Books is reprinting the classic high fantasy Night’s Master by Tanith Lee, the first book in the Tales from the Flat Earth series.
- Angela Slatter on Editing Tips.
- Julian Card writes about SciFi film in his article Science Fiction Throughout the Ages and Into the Future
- AntipodeanSF, #135 now online. [via Beam Me Up]
- It’s time for another installment of…Fantasy or Football?
- I have a hunch you may do well at Young Frankenstein Ultimate Fan Quiz.
- @Boxwish: Top 10 SciFi Movie Uniforms. [via The Website at the End of the Universe]
- @Den of Geek: Top 25 fictional ads in sci-fi movies.
- Rusty at Best Science Fiction Stories 4 Great Science Fiction Stories That Contain Long Walks.
- For the artistically inclined, check out Speckyboy Design Magazine’s 50 Imaginative Fantasy Art Tutorials for Photoshop.
- John Scalzi offers 5 Lessons From the SciFi Summer That Was.
- Presidia Creative has an incredibly cool gallery of 28 Astounding Illustrations by Michael Dashow. Awesome work.
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