SF Tidbits for 11/26/09
- Frightening Journeys interviews Lauren Beukes.
- The Interstitial Arts Foundation interviews Alaya Dawn Johnson.
- The Agony Column interviews Scott “SG” Browne (podcast).
- Innsmouth Free Press interviews Aliette de Bodard.
- The Future & You interviews Doctor Gregory L. Matloff, C Bangs and Keith Comito (podcast).
- Borders’ UK website suspends book sales.
- Fantasy theme park plans unveiled.
- Boneshaker is on the PNBA Book Awards Shortlist 2010.
- Superman Franchise Finds Lawsuits as Debilitating as Kryptonite.
- There’s a new blog and community for James Cameron’s upcoming Avatar film.
- Nominations are open for StarShipSofa’s 2010 Sofanaut Awards!
- Publisher’s Weekly on Making Contacts and Money at Philcon.
- Anil Menon on The Raw and The Cooked.
- NextRead on Reviews, what are they good for? (via OF Blog of the Fallen)
- Juno Books on E-Galleys and Zombies.
- Steve Boyett on Books to Die For (1, 2).
- Sarah Monette on A rose by any other name…
- SciFi Wire on Why The Road‘s post-apocalyptic struggles make us happy.
- @Write Anything: Why Science Fiction is Important.
- Adam Roberts reviews Transition by Iain M. Banks.
- Solaris on The Four Authors of the Apocalypse: Eric Brown.
- Jason Sanford on Where to shove your self-published crap.
- @Bookgasm: 9 Great Gift Books for the Holidays.
- @AbeBooks: 25 Un-Limited Editions to Remember.
- @Spill: 10 Deadly Movie Epidemics.
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