Interviews and Profiles
- [SFFWRTCHT] Another Chat With Author Mary Robinette Kowal.
- Doctor Her (Tansy Rayner Roberts) interviews Lynne M Thomas and Deborah Stanish.
- Rick Novy interviews David Lee Summers.
- Bryan Thomas Schmidt interviews David Lee Summers.
- 40k Books interviews Rhys Hughes.
- Hour of the Wolf interviews Alaya Johnson (podcast).
- Spontaneous Podcast with John Scalzi.
- I Should Be Writing interviews Andrew Mayer and Jon Sprunk (podcast).
- Suvudu (Fictional Frontiers) interviews Tara Bennett (podcast).
- Publishers Weekly (Sally Lodge) interviews Alyson Noël.
- Night Shade Books 50% Off Sale.
- PS Publishing 13 Hardcover Novellas / Showcase Collections / Postscript Anthologies.
- Jane Yolen Wins Medal.
- J.K. Rowling’s First Adult Novel Will Be A Black Political Comedy.
- Amazon Ready To Lower E-Book Prices In Wake of Publisher Settlement.
- Art book retailer Bud Plant is back in business, with son joining operation. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Interzone: Science Fiction & Fantasy – Readers' Poll Results.
- 2012 Science Fiction Research Association Conference CFP (Deadline is April 23, 2012).
- Fantasycon 2012 Announces New York Times Best-selling Author Brent Weeks As Author Guest Of Honour, joining other guests Joe R. Lansdale, Mary Danby & Tim Lebbon.
- The Alien Next Door (Nina Munteanu) on Importance of Setting in a Novel.
- Richard Parks on Reviewing the Reviewers.
- Gollancz (Gillian Redfearn) on How to get published…
- Kristine Kathryn Rusch on The Business Rusch: Writers and The DOJ Lawsuit.
- Book Life Now (Ryan Macklin) on Working During Air Travel.
- Tor.com (Ryan Britt) on The 10 Best Comedic Science Fiction Films According to Me.
- Nick Mamatas on Let us put an end to Geek Pride.
- Walter Jon Williams on Being Aristoi. [via Andrew Wheeler]
- The Night Bazaar (Bradley P. Beaulieu) on I need help, but only when the time is right.
- Tor.com (William S. Higgins) on Voices of 1956: Hear Asimov, Bradbury, and Campbell on the State of Science Fiction.
- Grantville Gazette (Bud Webster) on Secret Crocodiles and Strange Doings (or Sometimes the Magic Really Works). [via Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine]
- Missions Unknown (Scott A. Cupp) on FORGOTTEN BOOK: Collected Stories Of Roger Zelazny, Vol. 1: Threshold, 2009.
- Carrie Cuinn on You Should Read: Ray Vukcevich’s Boarding Instructions.
- Functional Nerds (Carrie Cuinn) on MM9 by Hiroshi Yamamoto.
- Examiner.com (Josh Vogt) reviews Girl Genius – Agatha Awakens, Omnibus Vol. 1 by Phil and Kaja Foglio, Immobility by Brian Evenson, Three A.M. by Steven John, and Royal Street by Suzanne Johnson.
- Arcfinity (Simon Ings) on Phantom Menaces.
- Book Riot on What Books Were People Reading on The Titanic
- Wired.com (Adam Mann) on The Space Craze That Gripped Russia Nearly 100 Years Ago.
- Auxiliary Memory (James Wallace Harris) on How Will the Future See Us in the Art of Our Times?
- Den of Geek on 20 of the biggest sci-fi cinema disappointments of the last 20 years. [via Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine]
- LitReactor (Jon Korn) on Interdimensional Hit Parade: Sci-Fi Influenced Pop Music.
- Mashable on 7 YouTube Channels of Nerdy Entertainment.
- What Culture (Stephen Leigh) on 50 Reasons Why Dawn Of The Dead Might Just Be The Greatest Film Of All Time.
- Sci-Fi Fan Letter (Jessica Strider) on Female Science Fiction Author Reading List.
- Mass Effect 3 Characters by Patryk Garrett.
- Illustrations by Kilian Eng.
- Concept ship design by Bryant Koshu.
- @CoolVibe: “The Place” by Aleksei Kostjuk.
- @CoolVibe: “Mortal Inquisition” by Erik Schumacher.
- @CoolVibe: “Viking: Battle for Asgard” by Michael Kutsche.
- @ItsArtMag: “Odalisque” by kemar.
- @ItsArtMag: “Scarecrow” by jamesface.
- @ItsArtMag: “Dance with Dragons” by kemar.
- @Minimal Movie Posters: “My Neighbor Totoro” by Måsse Hjeltman.
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