SF/F/H Link Post for 2013-11-30
Interviews & Profiles
- The Art of Hunting: An interview with Alan Campbell
- Cat Rambo discusses Cars, Cards & Carbines with Travis Heermann.
- Cristina Jurado interviews Jesús Cañadas, who published his second novel, Los nombres muertos
- Emily McKay, the author of The Farm and The Lair, on Her Books, YA, & the Apocalypse
- My Bookish Ways interviews Richard Ellis Preston, Jr, author of Romulus Buckle & the Engines of War
- The Nerdist has an interview with Doug Dorst, the Writer Behind JJ Abrams’ S.
- Omnivoracious has an interview with Mike Mignola, author of Hellboy: The Midnight Circus
- Video interview with science fiction author Catherine Asaro
- Ed Kramer’s trial begins next week.
- Telltale Working on a GAME OF THRONES Game
- UFO Publishing 2013 Holiday Bundle Sale.
- Official Elite – Working with 18 authors over the past few months, all of them sanctioned by Frontier Developments to write Official Elite Fiction, this project will produce audio books, paperback books, hardback books and boxed set editions including special edition boxed set versions exclusively for this Kickstarter campaign.
- The Spider King – Graphic Novel – What if Aliens had invaded the earth during the middle ages? When aliens crash land on Earth during the middle ages, a group of vikings are the only thing stopping them from enslaving the planet.
- 5 Awesome Fantasy Series Inspired By C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia
- 7 Classic Authors Who Would Win NaNoWriMo
- 12 Reasons Why Breaking Bad Would’ve Made An Incredible Novel
- 26 of Noah Webster’s Spelling Changes That Didn’t Catch On
- Amazing Stories warns Winter is Coming.
- Black Friday 2013 Master List: Literary Escapism has compiled a List of the various stories and giveaways that will be occurring between November 29th and December 24th.
- Charlie Stross discusses What scared H. P. Lovecraft
- Comic Book Characters Biggest Phobias
- The Curse of Fandom, or: Three Stages of Addiction: Fan, Faan, and Fantiquarian
- The Director of Catching Fire Reveals What’s Coming in Mockingjay
- Fifty Years On — JFK and C.S. Lewis
- George R.R. Martin Lists His Favorite Reads of 2013
- Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone voted UK’s favourite children’s book
- How Serious Fiction Helps You ‘Evolve’ Your Soul
- How to Practice Writing Every Day
- How to REALLY self-edit your novel after Nanowrimo: 8 rookie mistakes to avoid!
- In the Beginning: “For me, stories often start with an image. I see something happen in my mind’s eye and start to wonder, “What’s that all about?” And then I sit down and start writing.”
- Indies First: Me and My Indie, Today and Every Day
- The L.A. Times Holiday book gift guide: Science
- The L.A. Times Holiday book gift guide: Science fiction and fantasy
- The Latest trailer for new Tarzan reveals it’s really a sci-fi flick about aliens
- Library Love: Weed Your Library!
- My Bookish Ways names the Top 10 Must Reads of December 2013 (SF/F/Horror)
- A Season of Decision For Barnes & Noble: Holiday hardware, digital content sales will have key role
- Should Readers Be Able to Modify Book Content?
- Snark is a Dead Scene: Why It’s Time For Writers to Try Something New
- Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day Returns (December 7th)
- Tor.com discusses Catching Fire: A Children’s Champion
- Tor.com profiles C.S. Lewis: Moral Fantasist
- Trotskyite singularitarians for Monarchism! A political speculation.
- The Ultimate Science Fiction Reading List
- The Way the Future Blogs has a round-up of Obituaries and tributes to Frederik Pohl
- What’s the Trouble With Selfies? Speculative Fiction and the Mirror Effect
- Why the Ebook Sales Slowdown Is Only Temporary
- Writing Advice: What You Should Do To Get Published
- Writing Combat In Fantasy: Top Ten Tips
Science and Technology
- 5 Future Transport Techs Coming Soon : Discovery News
- 11 Science Facts That Seem More Like Science Fiction
- 10 “Star Wars Episode VII” Fan Posters That Are Actually Out Of This World
- Robots rule in post-apocalypse interactive exhibition
More Fun Stuff
- 9 Beautiful Bookshelves of Questionable Functionality
- Bond and Skywalker clothes for sale at Christie’s auction
- Make Your Own U.S.S. Enterprise Using A $1 Bill
- Thug Notes Delves Deep Into ‘Dante’s Inferno’
- Wage Star Wars In Your Kitchen With Death Star Linoleum
- Your Favorite Books, If They Were Tea
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