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TOC: The Starry Rift

Editor Jonathan Strahan has a website for The Starry Rift: Tales of New Tomorrows, an original science fiction anthology aimed at young adults that is new this week. Looking [Read more]

April 16, 2008 // 0 Comments

Tube Bits for 04/16/2008

Ron Moore, of Galactica fame, gets his slot on the roulette wheel that is science fiction on Fox. He has been given the greenlight for a two-hour, back door pilot called [Read more]

April 16, 2008 // 5 Comments

SF Tidbits for 4/15/08

Free Fiction: From The Planet Strappers by Raymond Z. Gallun. FWIW, this was listed on the list of SF Signal’s Top 26 SF Books You’ve Never Read, [Read more]

April 15, 2008 // 0 Comments

REVIEW: Pirate Freedom by Gene Wolfe

REVIEW SUMMARY: Time-traveling pirates – what is not to love? OK, there isn’t really any science fiction in this story, but it is a fun book non the less. MY [Read more]

April 14, 2008 // 0 Comments

Tube Bits for 04/14/2008

All right all you young whippersnappers, listen up. You may be wondering what all the fuss is over the upcoming Speed Racer movie (aside from the unique visuals and car fu). [Read more]

April 14, 2008 // 1 Comment

SF Tidbits for 4/14/08

Free fiction: Recently-free fiction at “The Penal Cluster” by Randall Garrett (1957) [Giggles uncontrollably] F&SF points us to free fiction [Read more]

April 14, 2008 // 1 Comment

POLL RESULTS: Hyperion Goes Hollywood

Here are the results of the latest SF Signal poll. QUESTION Dan Simmons’ Hyperion is headed for the big screen. Is this a good idea? RESULTS (101 total votes) I’m [Read more]

April 14, 2008 // 1 Comment

SF Tidbits for 4/13/08

Free Fiction: Space Platform by Murray Leinster (a.k.a. William F. Jenkins, 1953) Nancy Kress considers the craft or writing and art vs. new SF-nal ideas: “I [Read more]

April 13, 2008 // 5 Comments

SF Tidbits for 4/12/08

To promote Michael Chabon’s new book, Maps and Legends, McSweeney’s is offering a PDF version of Chabon’s proposed screenplay for Spider-Man 2. [via [Read more]

April 12, 2008 // 0 Comments

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