SF Tidbits for 10/3/09
- Cool news! Scott Westerfeld‘s Midnighters is coming to NBC. The story “revolves around a group of people born at the stroke of midnight who have access to the 25th hour of each day, which they use to stop crime.” [via SFX]
- Interviews and Profiles:
- John Scalzi answers Stargate Universe questions.
- Innsmouth Free Press has a brief interview with Mary Robinette Kowal.
- 3 Questions with Mindy Klasky at SF Novelists.
- Jeremy Tolbert and Jeff VanderMeer join host Tony C. Smith in the latest Sofanauts podcast.
- @Only The Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy: David Gunn.
- @Sci-Fi Fan Letter: Gail Carriger.
- Frederik Pohl on Fandom. (Part 3)
- Octavia Butler’s Papers Bequeathed to Huntington Library. [via Locus Online]
- Guest-hosting at Tor.com: Cherie Priest, author of the the aesome recent release, Boneshaker.
- The Post-Modernity of Steampunk.
- The Directors of Spectrum announced that Richard Corben is the recipient of the 2009 Grand Master Award.
- The World SF News Blog is now hosted over on WordPress.
- Rare Gene Roddenberry Science Fiction TV Pilots are coming to DVD.
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