SF/F/H Link Post for 2013-09-26
Interviews & Profiles
- Corsets, Cutlasses, & Candlesticks interviews Elizabeth May.
- Authors on the Air interviews James Gunn (podcast).
- Speculate interviews David B. Coe / D.B. Jackson.
- Amazing Stories interviews Kim Stanley Robinson.
- Nightmare Magazine interviews Peter Straub.
- Nightmare Magazine interviews Joe McKinney.
- Slate video-interviews Jonathan Lethem.
- The Qwillery interviews Elliott James.
- The Qwillery interviews V.E. Schwab.
- EW interviews Joss Whedon.
- Batman police spin-off commissioned by Fox.
- Edgy Wizard of Oz-inspired novel Dorothy Must Die announced.
- New Book Deal Announced fo Marissa Meyer: Heartless.
- “Author’s Cut” Kindle Edition of Paul Levinson’s The Consciousness Plague now available.
- Spotted: Galaxy 200 Million Times Heavier Than Our Sun.
Events & Event News
- Jennifer Ridyard on Why science fiction isn’t just for geeky boys.
- Orbit Books (Lauren Panepinto) on The Making of a Cover: Directions.
- Mur Lafferty on Why Point of View is so damn important.
- Karen Miller on The Tyranny of the First Draft.
- Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay on Recentering Science Fiction and the Fantastic: What would a non-Anglocentric understanding of science fiction and fantasy look like?
- Brandon Sanderson’s on Third Law of Magic.
- Anton Strout on Para-urban Rom-antasy.
- Smart Pop Books on The Politics of Mockingjay.
- Chuck Wendig on Dear Publishers.
- Geoffrey Girard on My Superpower.
- The Skiffy and Fanty Show’s Worldcon Walkby Session #2: WSFS, Cross-species Romance, and Science Fiction.
- The Skiffy and Fanty Showon The World’s End.
- Nathan Hawke on Story behind Gallow.
- Tor.com on Science Fiction’s Greatest Movie Villains: Psychopathic or Not? (Part Two).
- Tor.com on Seven Kingdoms and Beyond: World-Building in Game of Thrones.
- The Austin Chronicle on LoneStarCon 3: The Howard and George Show: Howard Waldrop and George R. R. Martin really do like each other.
- Flickering Myth on Feeling Blue: Saschka Unseld talks about The Blue Umbrella.
- Amazing Stories on SW #20 The Unsung Heroes of Comics Vol. 1: Colorists.
- Gunaxin on The Most Important SciFi Fanboy.
- The Barnes & Noble Review (Paul Di Filippo) on Doctor Sleep by Stephen King.
- BBC News on Browsing the bookshop of the future.
- Bookworm Blues on The Incrementalists by Steven Brust & Skyler White.
- Geek Magazine on The Art of Juan Ortiz: Star Trek.
- Andrew Liptak on Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie.
- Paul Weimer on Mary Robinette Kowal’s Shades of Milk and Honey.
- Paul Weimer on Mining the Genre Asteroid: Ringworld.
- Blastr on 11 iconic sci-fi artifacts (that are pointless when you really think about them).
- Cool Art: Retro-Futuristic Travel Posters by Steve Thomas.
- Star Wars 1313 concept art, demo detail story starring Boba Fett.
- The meeting by ~TrungTH.
More Fun Stuff
- Regan Wolfrom’s Speculative Fiction Writing Wroundup for 9/25/2013.
- Check out a sneak peek of Star Wars: Razor’s Edge with Princess Leia.
- StarShipSofa #306 with fiction by Philip Suggars, Guy Haley & Matthew Sanborn Smith.
- To support the relase of Neil Gaiman’s Fortunately, the Milk…, several people took to YouTube to raise a glass, including Lauren Beukes, Lucy Saxon, Paul Cornell, Laura Heath, Kristina West, Chris Riddell, and several members of the Bloomsbury staff.
- Superman/Batman Leg Lamps.
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