SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-06-11
Interviews & Profiles
- Laurel Amberdine interviews N.K. Jemisin.
- The Functional Nerds interview Rachel Bach.
- Kindle Post interviews Caitlin Kittredge.
- Buzzy Mag interviews Lucienne Diver.
- The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction interviews Katie Boyer.
- Jeff VanderMeer interviews Pablo Delcán.
- Tor.com readers interview Brandon Sanderson.
- Rising Shadow interviews Rjurik Davidson.
- It’s Art Mag interviews artist Oliver Wetter.
- Lightspeed Magazine’s Artists Showcase.
- Huff Post interviews Neil deGrasse Tyson.
- Phoenix Comicon 2014 panel on Magic Systems: Urban Fantasy vs. Epic Fantasy with Jim Butcher, Patrick Rothfuss, Jaye Wells, Myke Cole, Sam Sykes, Stephen Blackmoore.
- BVC Announces All the Colors of Time by Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff and The Aunt Paradox by Chris Dolley.
- Museum of Science Fiction Partners with OMNI Reboot for a shared relationship of curated content, events and promotion.
- Amazing Stories Announces Free Subscription For All Loncon3 Members.
- The Walking Dead TV Series Planned Past Season 10.
- Earth is around 60 million years older than previously thought — and so is the moon, new research finds.
Events & Event News
- Doctor Who is Going on a Worldwide Tour with Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman.
- Saturday June 28 in New South Wales: Satalyte Publishing Double Launch: M.R. Cosby’s Dying Embers and Andrew J. McKiernan’s Last Year, When We Were Young.
- Loncon 3 rates to rise on 14th of July.
- Hollywood Sci Fi Science Fiction Museum.
- Fang Moon Animated Music Video by Ben Luce.
- The Scifies Anthology by Ramon Gil.
- Age of Cthulhu 8: Starfall Over the Plateau of Leng.
- Legends of Cthulhu Retro Action Figure Toy Line by Warpo.
- Lydia Millet on The Statesman and the Mouse.
- Erica Wilkinson In Defense of Genre.
- Madeleine E. Robins asks Why Can’t You Just Watch the Movie?
- Caitlin Sweet on To Hellir and Back: Some Musings on Myths and Mazes.
- Mary Robinette Kowal on My Favorite Bit: Michael R. Underwood talks about Shield And Crocus.
- John Scalzi on The Big Idea: Greg Van Eekhout.
- M.R. Carey on The Scariest Part.
- Robert Kroese on In defense of Slate’s anti-YA tirade (kind of).
- Craig Cormick on The Bard and The Shadow Master.
- Charlie Higson offers a behind-the-scenes look at the zombie apocalypse.
- Rjurik Davidson on Fantasy, Violence and Game of Thrones.
- Adam Roberts on Terry Brooks, Shannara 3: Shan Hard With A Vengeance (1985).
- Matt Staggs on The Fantastic Folklore And Satire of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld.
- Matt Mitrovich on Crowded Skies: Ancient Astronauts in Fiction.
- Advanced Dungeons and Parenting on A History of Superhero RPGs Game by Game (Part 1): Superhero 2044.
- My Bookish Ways on California Bones by Greg van Eekhout.
- Bibliotropic on Veil of the Deserters by Jeff Salyards.
- Sci-Fi Fan Letter on The Door in the Mountain by Caitlin Sweet.
- Space.com on In Search for Life on Alien Planets, Checklist Needed.
- James Weber on 5 Reasons Why Tor’s ‘Imprint’ Will Sky Rocket.
- Layers of Thought on 7 Favorite Sci Fi Books from Kieran Shea author of Koko Takes a Holiday.
- Paintings by Dan May.
- The Ancient Kaiju Project.
- Sci-Fi Art: Space Travel.
- Waterfall Dragon by Justin Gerard.
- If Doctor Who Was a Disney Animated Movie.
More Fun Stuff
- Seeders (Excerpt) by A.J. Colucci.
- Excerpt: Robogenesis by Daniel H. Wilson.
- The IXS Enterprise is a concept FTL ship designed for/with NASA scientist Dr. Harold White.
- Inside The Dragon With Elon Musk.
- Postcards of the year 2000…from 1900.
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