SF Tidbits for 1/19/12
Interviews and Profiles
- Gollancz interviews Kristen Britain.
- Suvudu Take Five with Saladin Ahmed.
- Flickering Myth (Trevor Hogg) interviews John Bruno.
- Adventures in SciFi Publishing interviews Susan Cartwright (podcast).
- Science Fiction Conversations interviews Eileen Gunn, Ursula K. Le Guin, Hiromi Goto (video).
- Black Gate (Emily Mah) interviews Michelle Muto.
- The Skiffy and Fanty Show interviews James L. Sutter (podcast).
- Kaaron Warren interviews Dan Abnett.
- Lightspeed Magazine (John Nakamura Remy) interviews Nancy Kress.
- Lightspeed Magazine (Steven Gould) interviews R.A. MacAvoy.
- Lightspeed Magazine (Jennifer Konieczny) interviews Marissa Lingen.
- Eclecticauthors (Stuart Clark) interviews Gareth L. Powell.
- Gollancz blog interviews Kristen Britain.
- 2012 Galileo Awards, the long list.
- Guy Anthony DeMarco to receive The Silver Hammer Award from The Horror Writers Association.
- Space and Time Acquires Realms of Fantasy Subscriber Lists.
- Astronomers have spotted a “dwarf” galaxy which may be made mostly of dark matter. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Win 50 books from Angry Robot at SciFiNow!
- Stroppy Author on PLR =/= income tax (a curmudgeonly rant).
- Nicola Morgan on All writers should self-publish.
- Jeff VanderMeer on Things I Know?
- The Guardian (Imogen Russell Williams) on Alternate history lessons for children’s fiction.
- Tor.com (Ryan Britt) on What is Genre in the Mainstream? Why Should You Care?
- Fantasy and Science Fiction (Susan Elizabeth Lyons) on Women Writing Science Fiction: Some Voices from the Trenches.
- Nancy Kress on Adventures in Publishing.
- Locus Roundtable on Intersectionality and Lovecraft.
- Fantasy Faction (Amy Rose Davis) on Description in Fantasy: Finding the Sweet Spot.
- John Scalzi on A Science Fiction Film Elementary Education.
- Tor.com (Jo Walton) on Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigan Saga.
- Functional Nerds (Andrew Liptak) on Rule 34 by Charles Stross.
- [Added by Editor] Bibliophile Stalker (Charles A. Tan) on Death’s Heretic by James L. Sutter.
- Beyond imagination is a series of postage stamps illustrations by Vincent Vermeij (chungkong) dedicated to the gray area between science and fiction.
- @CoolVibe: “Flight under sand” by Arkadiusz Banas.
- @CoolVibe: “Freedom” by Arkadiusz Banas.
More Fun Stuff
- Free Excerpt: Blue Remembered Earth by Alastair Reynolds – Chapter One.
- New Science Fiction and Fantasy Reviews Blog by Stefan Raets: Far Beyond Reality.
- razOrbill – Penguin’s new social YA network. [via Sci-Fi Fan Letter]
- Transform a Sheet of Paper Into a Robot with Takashi Tsunoda Monster Cubes.
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