Top 25 SF Signal Posts for August 2011

In case you missed them, here are The Top 25 SF Signal Posts for August 2011, according to Google Analytics:

  1. MIND MELD: Which Fantasy Maps Are Your Favorites?
  2. MIND MELD: If You Could Reboot a Book Series, Which One Would It Be?
  3. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 071): An Interview with Author William Gibson
  4. MIND MELD: What Is Your Favorite SF/F/H Saga/Series of All Time?
  5. 123 Forthcoming SF/F/H Books for August 2011
  6. WINNERS: 2011 Hugo Awards
  7. REVIEW: Flashback by Dan Simmons
  8. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 070): Panel Discussion of Favorite Podcasts
  9. [GUEST POST] Michael A. Burstein on How to Save Eureka
  10. MIND MELD: Recommended Genre Books For 9 Year Olds
  11. [GUEST POST] A. Lee Martinez: Superhero Comics Could Learn a Thing or Two from Superhero Films
  12. [GUEST POST] Raz Greenberg Looks at George R.R. Martin’s ‘Doorways’
  13. ‘Game of Thrones’ as a 16-Bit RPG (Humorous and NSFW)
  14. Free Fiction for 8/6/11
  15. [GUEST POST] Adam Roberts on Science Fiction Music
  16. Some Thoughts on Five Recently-Published Short Stories and A Brief Consideration of the ‘State’ of Fantastic Short Fiction
  17. Amazon is Offering Free Subscriptions to ‘Fantasy & Science Fiction’ Magazine via the Kindle Store
  18. REVIEW: The Magician King by Lev Grossman
  19. Free Fiction for 8/20/11
  20. Book Cover Smackdown! ‘Empire State’ vs. ‘By Light Alone’ vs. ‘A Long, Long Sleep’
  21. MOVIE REVIEW: Fright Night (2011)
  22. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 072): Panel Discussion of Under-Explored Themes in Science Fiction and Fantasy
  23. [GUEST POST] Kevin Maher on SF/F Pop Culture: An A-Z Primer
  24. [GUEST REVIEW] T.K. Kenyon on ‘The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year Volume Five’ Edited by Jonathan Strahan
  25. The Weekend Playlist: 10 Songs About SF/F/H Books (Part 1)

2 thoughts on “Top 25 SF Signal Posts for August 2011”

  1. “Which Fantasy Maps Are Your Favorite?” is number one?!  What kind of loser shite is that! So I think to myself maybe it was a slow month, so I look down the list at the top five or so: interview with William Gibson, What is the Best SFFH Series of All Time, Winners of the Hugos.  Wow.  Great stuff.   So again, what kind of perverse AI or malign personage of a wetter variety could reorder the world thusly? 

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