SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-04-09
Interviews & Profiles
- Omnivoracious interviews Karen Russell.
- Redditors interviews John Joseph Adams.
- Shawn Speakman interviews Tad Williams.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Age of Shiva author James Lovegrove (plus giveaway).
- Omnivoracious interviews Christopher Priest.
- Buzzy Mag interviews Resurrection actress Frances Fisher.
- The Mary Sue interviews Scott Snyder.
- The Qwillery interviews Shane Kuhn.
- Lightspeed Magazine interviews Scott Sigler.
- Lightspeed Magazine interviews Carmen Maria Machado.
- File 770 interviews Klayton Stainer, Director of “I Remember The Future”.
- Game Of Thrones Renewed For Seasons 5 & 6. [via George R.R. Martin]
- Elizabeth Bear to write more Eternal Sky books.
- Tad Williams is writing a sequel trilogy to Memory, Sorrow and Thorn trilogy.
- Gollancz secures World Rights to publish lavishly illustrated diaries celebrating Sir Terry Pratchett’s Discworld.
- A new collection of children’s short stories by Terry Pratchett to be released by Random House Children’s Publishers.
- Book View Cafe Announces The Catch Trap by Marion Zimmer Bradley.
- Solaris acquires Amanda Downum’s Lovecraftian novel for 2015.
- Early Stephen King Novels to Be Reissued in Special Editions. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Wil Wheaton Crowdfunds A Third Season Of Tabletop.
- Riffle interviews Aidan Harte.
Events & Event News
- Join Marie Brennan and Mary Robinette Kowal on Tour.
- Theatrical adaptation of David D. Levine’s “Tk’Tk’Tk” in Portland 4/24.
- Aug. 2: Frederik Pohl Memorial.
- Metalalia: Multimedia Fairytales for your tablet and phone.
- Storium — The Online Storytelling Game by Storium.
- Elizabeth Bear on The Worm in the Apple.
- Elizabeth Bear on The Big Idea.
- Andrea Johnson on Short Fiction is a Gift To Your Future Self.
- Jessica Strider on Zita the Spacegirl by Ben Hatke.
- A.C. Wise on Short is Awesome.
- Sigrid Ellis on The Value of Short Fiction.
- Russell Dickerson on Believe it: it’s all about length.
- Cameron Salisbury on The Unimportance of Short Fiction.
- Emily Jiang on Summoning The Phoenix.
- Linda Nagata on Musings on Tech-Heaven.
- Ursula K. Le Guin on The Circling Stars, the Sea Surrounding.
- E.J. Swift on Post-ecological Politics in The Osiris Project.
- Charlie Jane Anders on All The April Science Fiction and Books That Will Rock Your Universe.
- Marie Brennan on Reminder: Design Your Own Dragon!
- Mary Robinette Kowal on Sign up for my mailing list/newsletter/digest/occasional short story/thingie.
- Meghan S. on Your Guide to the Best Dive Bars in the Multiverse.
- J. Simpson on 19th Annual H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival & CthulhuCon Preview, April 11 – 13: Portland, Or..
- Paul Di Filippo on The Time Traveler’s Almanac.
- Peter Higgins on The story behind Truth and Fear.
- Carl V. Anderson on Sessions: Spectrum Fantastic Art Portraits by Greg Preston.
- John O’Neill on The Fantasy of Lucius Shepard: The Dragon Griaule.
- Jim C. Hines on Otherbound, by Corinne Duyvis.
- Michael R. Underwood on Shield and Crocus.
- Deseret News National on Faith in film: Why science-fiction movies abound with religious themes.
- The Solaris Editors’ Blog on The shortest-lived countries in history: why Europe in Autumn may be closer than you think.
- On Starships and Dragonwings on Top Ten Most Unique Books I’ve Read.
- Tony Ballantyne on Six Tips on Writing First Drafts.
- Lovecraft eZine on 5 of John Langan’s favorite Lovecraftian short stories.
- Fantasy Cafe on 5 Awesome SF/F Books by Contemporary Women.
More Fun Stuff
- Sworn in Steel (Excerpt) by Douglas Hulick.
- Early Look At Flash Gordon #1 And Magnus: Robot Fighter #2.
- Functional Nerds Episode 186 – Patrick and John talk Patreon.
- The io9 Book Club is in Session! Let’s Talk About Annihilation..
- The Last Ninja From Another Planet.
- Star Trek Timelines game sets a course for mobile and web.
- Time Bandits replica map. [Thanks, Eddie!]
- 14 sci-fi flicks reimagined as vintage movie posters.
- Dune recreated with Giant Gummy Worm.
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