Interviews & Profiles
- The Boston Globe interviews Kelly Link, Gavin Garnt and Sofia Samatar.
- Electric Lit interviews Zen Cho & Stephanie Feldman, co-winners of the Crawford Award.
- S.C. Flynn interviews The Bibliosanctum’s Stephenie Sheung.
- The Times of Israel interviews Lavie Tidhar.
- The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction interviews C.C. Finlay.
- SFFWorld interviews Neal Asher.
- SciFiNow interviews Jim Parsons.
- Famous Monsters interviews Mike Mignola.
- Norma K. Hemming Award 2015 Short List.
- Terry Pratchett: Final Discworld novel to be about teenage witch Tiffany Aching. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Six new Jack Vance ebooks just published by Subterranean Press.
- Famous Monsters To Launch Comic Book Line. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Archie Comics Announces Archie Horror Imprint.
- Now available: Moving Panels: Translating Comics to Film by Logan Ludwig.
- Apex Book Bundles & Bargains.
- Penguin Random House UK to launch Penguin-branded consumer site.
- Fox picks up new supernatural drama Houdini and Doyle based on the real-life friendship of Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
- Greedo Fish: a new species of Catfish named after a Star Wars character.
Events & Event News
- Aeon (Jon Turney) on How design fiction imagines future technology.
- Bibliotropic on The Dickens Mirror by Ilsa J Bick.
- Boing Boing on Terry Pratchett’s advice to booksellers.
- Bonnie Burton on This eviscerated Bishop from Aliens really ties the room together.
- Bookworm Blues on Harrison Squared by Daryl Gregory.
- Brittany Goldfield on The 10 Fantasy Books To Get Any Beginner Interested In The Genre.
- Ceridwen Christensen on Earth’s Aliens: 5 SF/F Novels about Neanderthals That Aren’t The Clan of the Cave Bear.
- Ed Grabianowski on Shadowrun, The Cyberpunk Fantasy Game That Couldn’t Keep Up With Reality.
- Engadget on NASA starts testing a more precise landing technology.
- Etan Reid on When Books Live at The Thrilling Intersection of Sci-Fi and Horror.
- Gary K. Wolfe reviews Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman.
- Gateway on Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Seven Years On.
- Heather Massey Loves The Variety In Sci-Fi Romance.
- Ian Sales on 10 space operas, not your usual suspects.
- Joshua Palmatier on The Thorn of Dentonhill by Marshall Ryan Maresca.
- Kirkus Reviews Blog (Patrick Hester) on A Superpowered Lovecraft-ian Tale of Destruction.
- Nerdist on 1997 JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA Pilot Is Maybe the Worst Comic Book Adaptation Ever.
- Polygon on Marvel is killing 33 comics to end the universe.
- Terry Brooks on Why THE SHANNARA CHRONICLES Will Start With ELFSTONES.
- The Boston Globe on Affection for writers and their stories drives Easthampton’s Small Beer Press.
- Tor.com on 13 Fantasies Inspired by Mythology from the British Isles.
- USCatholic on A Jesuit astronomer’s guide to avoiding awful science fiction.
- The Silhouette Art of Jordan Monsell.
- Art of Alex Campbell.
- Spaceship art by Long Pham.
- Illustrations by Dave Seguin.
- Detailed Steampunk Illustrations with a Ballpoint Pen.
More Fun Stuff
- FREE: The Book of the Dead edited by Jared Shurin.
- Ghost Train to New Orleans Ep. 21.
- EXCERPT: Fender Lizards by Joe R. Lansdale.
- EXCERPT: The Border by Robert McCammon.
- EXCERPT: Savages by K. J. Parker.
- Matthew Kressel’s photos from Fantastic Fiction at KGB – March 18, 2015 with Caitlín R. Kiernan and Lisa Mannetti.
- Post-Punk Icons Reimagined as Marvel Heroes.
- Sword & Laser #210 – Are You the Goblin Emperor?
- Batman Birth of the Joker Premium Motion Statue.
- Geek Art Gallery: Mash-Up: Bob’s Burgers / Star Trek TNG.
- Star Trek Garden Gnomes.