Interviews & Profiles
- NYTimes interviews Kelly Link.
- The Qwillery interviews Kristi Charish, author of Owl and the Japanese Circus.
- Redditors interview Game of Thrones cast member Maisie Williams.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Daniel Josè Older.
- Adventures in SciFi Publishing interviews Mike Resnick.
- A.C. Wise interviews Alex Shvarstman.
- S. C. Flynn interviews Aidan Moher.
- The Qwillery interviews Ryan Maresca.
- Borderlands Books is closing. 🙁 (See our 2006 interview with proprietor Alan Beatts.)
- Winners in the 17th Annual Preditors & Editors / Critters Readers’ Poll.
- Submissions now open for Imaginarium 4: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing.
- Call for submissions: Lovecraftian issue of Lazy Fascist Review.
- Now available: Peripheral Visions ghost story collection by Robert Hood.
- Now available: Liberating Earth edited by Kate Orman.
- At Subterranean Press, you can preorder the Gift Edition of Stephen King’s ‘SALEM’S LOT.
- Painswick lingerie shop built for Rowling’s Vacancy drama causes complaints.
- The Last Asteroid That Passed the Earth Has a Moon.
Events & Event News
- The Functional Nerds will be at Capricon 35, February 2015.
- As part of the Fantastic Fiction free reading series, Ellen Datlow and Matthew Kressel present Ben Loory (Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day) & Mike Allen (Unseaming) Wednesday February 18th, 7pm at KGB Bar in NYC.
- Jill Trent, Science Sleuth #1 by D.M. Higgins.
- Queers Destroy Science Fiction! by Lightspeed Magazine.
- Spirit of the Ronin – Novel Project by Travis Heermann.
- Death Saves: Fallen Heroes of the Kitchen Table by Josh Trujillo.
- Satellites Vol. 1 – a comic anthology by Joe Bluhm.
- Ava’s Demon: Book Two by Michelle Czajkowski.
- Tom Merritt on A love letter to Borderlands Books, but not a goodbye.
- Sherwood Smith on Writing where history, fantasy, and science fiction intersect.
- Cheryl Morgan reviews The Galaxy Game by Karen Lord.
- Kathe Koja and Michael Kelly on The Selection process for Year’s Best Weird Fiction.
- Myke Cole on Learning to Love Serial Fantasy.
- Gary Gibson on The first issue of Interzone.
- Harry Connolly on Let’s Talk About Running A Successful Kickstarter Campaign.
- Andrew P. Mayer on Shovel Ready by Adam Sternbergh.
- The Guardian asks Should computer scientists study science fiction?
- Alternate History Weekly Update on Black Alternate History Month.
- Will Self asks Does technology make people touch each other less?
- Kate Welsh on Muggle Studies. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Paul Di Filippo reviews on Dark Intelligence by Neal Asher.
- Little Red Reviewer on Live anywhere near Michigan? You should come to Confusion.
- Blastr wants tou to Have a look at 8 awesome Women of Marvel variant comic book covers.
- Collectors Weekly on Cheap Thrills: The Freakish Fantasy Art of Mexican Pulp Paperbacks. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Mythcreants on Five Great Magic Systems in Roleplaying Games.
- RetroPhaseShift on 4 Anime Sci-Fi Films You Should Check Out.
- Story Excerpt Sunday: From The Boy From the Burren by Sheila Gilluly | Book View Cafe Blog.
- Fantasy-Faction’s Best Fantasy Books of 2014.
- Locus Online hasp posted the 2014 Locus Recommended Reading List.
- The art of Lorena Alverez.
- Construction of Wrath, Steve Palmerton.
- Babiru 42, Nivanh Chanthara.
- Hlñ, Juan Serrano.
- RTV, Juan Serrano.
- Vaspar, Maarten H.
- The spider by Zhong Fenghua.
- Gingerbread House, Yuri Wolkovich.
More Fun Stuff
- Story Excerpt: The Boy From the Burren by Sheila Gilluly.
- The Seventh Draft with Juliet Ulman and Jon Armstrong.
- Amy Danzig Episode 1, a new Australian sci-fi drama web series.
- NASA Launches rockets into the Northern Lights, grabs these spectacular photos.
- Day of Doctor Who collection. [via From the Heart of Europe]
- Medieval Fantasy Lord Vader Armor.