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SF Tidbits for 4/6/10

April 6, 2010 // 0 Comments

Interviews/Profiles The Agony Column interviews Jonathan Lethem (podcast). The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy Podcast interviews Holly Black. David Steffen interviews David [...]

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Madeline Ashby

April 5, 2010 // 0 Comments

[Interviewer’s Note: This is a series of interviews featuring the contributors of Shine: An Anthology of Optimistic SF edited by Jetse de Vries.] Madeline Ashby can be [...]

SF Tidbits for 4/5/10

April 5, 2010 // 0 Comments

Interviews/Profiles Michael A. Ventrella interviews Rachel Caine. Odyssey Podcasts with Carrie Vaughn. Texas Travesty interviews Ari Marmell. Jeff VanderMeer interviews [...]

WINNERS: 2010 BSFA Awards

April 4, 2010 // 3 Comments

The winners of the 2010 BSFA Awards have been announced: NOVEL: China Miéville – The City and the City, Macmillan SHORT: Ian Watson & Roberto Quaglia [...]

WINNER: 2009 Philip K. Dick Award

April 4, 2010 // 0 Comments

The winner of this year’s Philip K. Dick Award, given for best original paperback published in the US in 2009, is Bitter Angels by C. L. Anderson (Ballantine Books [...]

Sunday Cinema: Gog (1954)

April 4, 2010 // 0 Comments

1954’s Gog, directed by Herbert L. Strock, is notable for having been shot in color, widescreen and 3-D. It stars Richard Egan, Constance Dowling, and Herbert Marshall [...]

Top 25 SF Signal Posts for March 2010

April 4, 2010 // 0 Comments

In case you missed them, here are The Top 25 SF Signal Posts for March 2010: How ‘Star Trek’ Should Have Ended MIND MELD: Recent SF/F/H Book Covers That Blow Us [...]

SF Tidbits for 4/4/10

April 4, 2010 // 1 Comment

Wertzone profiles the work of Guy Gavriel Kay. ResonanceFM Little Atoms interviews Cory Doctorow (video). BookBanter interviews Penny Arcade’s Jerry Holkins and Mike [...]

MOVIE REVIEW: Clash of the Titans (2010)

April 3, 2010 // 15 Comments

...when I heard that Warner Bros. was remaking Clash of the Titans, I had no qualms. In fact, I wished it well. Granted, it might lack Harryhausen's monsters, but could conceivably make up for any lack with energy and fun. Seating Louis Leterrier in the director's chair only enhanced the movie's standing; after all, he brought 2008's The Incredible Hulk to something almost resembling life, so I assumed he would bring an eye for action and a sense of pace to the remake. Hell, I told myself, if it leaves out Bubo, the mechanical owl from the original, then it already would be ahead of the game. [...]

Free Fiction for 4/3/10

April 3, 2010 // 1 Comment

The March issue of Afterburn SF: “Broken in the Shadow of Mind” by Ben Burgis “Trombul Has Fallen” by Dale Carothers “Suckpuppies” by [...]

SF Tidbits for 4/3/10

April 3, 2010 // 3 Comments

Interviews & Profiles @Whatever: Jetse de Vries (Shine). @Sci-Fi Fan Letter: Guy Gavriel Kay (Under Heaven). @Nebula Awards: Malinda Lo (Ash). @YouTube: P.C. Cast [...]
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