SF Tidbits for 10/6/09
- Interviews & Profiles:
- @SCI FI Wire, Paul Di Filippo asks: Do classic science fiction stories still matter?
- @SFFMedia: Why science fiction authors just can’t win.
- @Cinematical: Why Zombies Make Better Horror Movies Than Vampires.
- @The World in the Satin Bag: Entrenched Opposition: Science Fiction Ain’t There Yet (Part 1).
- @Orbit: A. Lee Martinez on Silly Fantasies.
- Jo Walton on C.J. Cherryh’s Chanur Trilogy: “I don’t know quite how they managed to get under my skin the way they did.”
- Michael Swanwick has re-posted his Periodic Table of Science Fiction.
- VG Cats take on media tie-ins. (Thanks, Tim!)
- New cover art trend: Crouching Heroine, Hidden Midriff. Didn’t that win the Oscar for Best Picture?
- @Topless Robot: The 5 Best (and 5 Worst) David Tennant Doctor Who Episodes.
- @Zombos’ Closet of Horror: 16 Favorite Horror Movies.
- @Mish Sci Fi Musings: Top 10 Favorite Sci Fi Quotes
- A couple of SciFi titles make the list of The 10 of the Most Disturbing Books of All Time.
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