SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-06-09
Interviews & Profiles
- Inkpunks on Christie Yant, Wendy N. Wagner, Robyn Lupo, and Rachel Swirsky.
- Diabolical Plots interviews Mindee Arnett.
- The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction interviews Alyssa Wong.
- Odyssey Workshop interviews Melanie Tem and Steve Rasnic Tem.
- Odyssey Workshop interviews Jerry A. White.
- Sword & Laser interviews David Weber.
- Fantasy Faction interviews Guy Adams.
- Mike Allen announces first short story collection, UNSEAMING, coming out in October.
- ReAnimus Press Acquires Advent. [via Andrew Porter]
- Elizabeth Bluemle on Let’s Compile the Anti-Anti-YA Reading List.
- Medium on Why Criticizing Young Adult Fiction is Sexist.
- Rhiannon Held on Graduate’s Corner: World-Beginning Rust and Confidence.
- Jay Posey on The Neuro Net, The Journey to Technology.
- Gerald and Angela Blackwell review four recent YA science fiction novels by women, featuring female protagonists.
- Little Red Reviewer on Long Hidden Anthology.
- Gerry Canavan on Unexpected Stories by Octavia Butler.
- Stainless Steel Droppings on Edge of Tomorrow.
- Tech Digest on How Star Trek predicted the future.
- CNet asks Is that zombie game good for your moral compass?
- Brian Cronin on 75 Greatest Batman Writers and Artists: Writers #35-31.
- Blastr on 12 awesome Expanded Universe ideas that belong in the new Star Wars films.
- Charlie Jane Anders on The Most Astounding Must-Read Science Fiction And Fantasy Books In June.
- JarvisCity on 25 Greatest Horror Movie Franchises.
- JarvisCity on 25 Greatest Demonic Possession Movies.
- Flickchart on Tropes in Tens: The Hollywood Mech-Suit.
- The Creators Project on 13 Movies That Explore The Future Of Technology.
- Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes: A Cover Art Triple Crown.
- Edge of Tomorrow Concept Art by Kev Jenkins.
- Necromancer by Tanoo Choorat.
- Art For Art’s Sake.
- Undead Women of World of Warcraft.
More Fun Stuff
- Short Film: As You Were, about a soldier who, after losing an arm and leg in a futuristic drone battle, is fitted with advanced robotic prosthetics.
- The Only Known Recordings of C.S. Lewis (1944-1948).
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