The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 069): An Interview with Editor and Senior Locus Reviewer Gary K. Wolfe
Torchwood is back, and this time, the much reduced team (Only Gwen and Jack are still around), find themselves being pulled into a new world-wide mystery as Miracle Day comes, and no one can die.
WARNING: Spoilers after the cut!
Over on the FunctionalNerds.com, Booze Nerd Andy Romine and Art Nerd Galen Dara are putting on a Functional Nerds Drink & Draw party!
Functional Nerds twitter event: Drink & Draw!
When: The evening of Friday July 15th.
Where: tweeting from a computer/mobile device near you.
What’s a Drink & Draw?
Drink • and • Draw: verb.
- Take a swig of the beverage of your choice.
- Start making marks.
Drink & Draw! It’s as simple as that. It happens spontaneously all the time around the world without much forethought or planning at all; artists and non-artists alike with their drinks in one hand and a pencil nub in the other, doodling on a cocktail napkin…
The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 064): Panel Discussion – 1st Half 2011 Genre Media Roundup and Review
The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 063): An Interview with Andrew P Mayer, Author of The Falling Machine
Looking for a convention near you? A place to hang out and get your SciFi on in 2011?
So I built a Convention Map using Google’s My Places feature…
The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 062): An Interview with Laura Resnick, Author of the Esther Diamond Series
This summer, major retailers Barnes & Noble and Borders are offering free books to get kids to read…
The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 060): Lou Anders Chats with David S. Goyer and Michael Cassutt, Authors of ‘Heaven’s Shadow’
Rene Sears rocks! She put together this list of the books mentioned in the ‘What Science Fiction Series Deserves the HBO 10-Episode-Per-Book Treatment?‘ episode of the SF Signal podcast. Thanks Rene!!!
Click through to see the list with links!
The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 059): What Science Fiction Series Deserves the HBO 10-Episode-Per-Book Treatment?
Hey you poozers, the latest in the Warner Brothers / DC Animated movies, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, tells five stories from the Green Lantern Corps, the intergalactic police force based on the planet OA, who defend our universe one sector at a time. It features legendary Lanterns like Hal Jordan, Sinestro, Mogo, Abin Sur and Kilowog, this DVD details the history of the Corps, as written in the Book of OA, and told to the Corps newest recruit, Arisia. (This is a review of the single disc DVD edition of Green Lantern: Emerald Knights.)
Krona, OA’s greatest enemy, is reaching out from the Anti-Matter universe, to attack OA and the Corps. Arisia, a new recruit, is understandably nervous. She has only held the ring a few days, and never dreamed that her first days would be preparing for war. Hal Jordan, assigned to mentor her into the Corps, knows that he has to prepare her for what’s to come.