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SF Tidbits for 3/4/07

New/Updated at Gutenberg: The Cosmic Computer and “A Slave is a Slave” by H. Beam Piper. Author Sean Williams (The Resurrected Man, The Crooked Letter, The Blood [Read more]

March 4, 2007 // 0 Comments

SF Tidbits for 3/3/07

SFRevu interviews Adam Roberts, author of Gradisil. SCI FI Wire profiles Wil McCarthy, author of the Nebula-nominated To Crush the Moon. Saturday YouTube: Usually you [Read more]

March 3, 2007 // 2 Comments

SF Tidbits for 3/2/07

From Table of Malcontents: Steampunk Meets Star Wars. 10 Zen Monkeys interviews Rudy Rucker. SFRevu interviews editor Patrick Nielsen Hayden. [via PNH] Locus Online lists the [Read more]

March 2, 2007 // 0 Comments

Spoilery Thoughts on Heroes

It’s been a few months since my post 5 (Spoilery) Things About Heroes That Annoy the Begeezus Out Of Me. I’m still watching Heroes, but I have a weird love/hate [Read more]

March 1, 2007 // 4 Comments

SF Tidbits for 3/1/07

John Scalzi interviews Hal Duncan, author of Vellum and Ink. The Science Fiction Book Club blog has snippets of authors talking about their books: Guy Gavriel Kay on Ysabel, [Read more]

March 1, 2007 // 0 Comments

REVIEW: Eric by Terry Pratchett

MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Eric is Pratchett’s novel parodying the classic tale of Faust. PROS: Some amusing bits CONS: Not as funny as other books, very short book. [Read more]

February 28, 2007 // 5 Comments

SF Tidbits for 2/28/07

The Times of London celebrates the work of Philip K Dick. They are also giving away some of his books if you answer some PKD questions correctly. [via AbeBooks Blog] Chapter [Read more]

February 28, 2007 // 2 Comments

Subterranean Magazine Online

The Winter 2007 issue of Subterranean Press Magazine has been posted online with the following offerings: Column: HARVESTING THE DARKNESS #1 by Norman Partridge Fiction: [Read more]

February 27, 2007 // 0 Comments

SF Tidbits for 2/27/07

The Agony Column podcast-interviews Ian McDonald (from 2005, but McDonald talks about his upcoming US release of Brasyl.) SCI FI Wire interviews Doctor Who‘s David [Read more]

February 27, 2007 // 0 Comments

REVIEW: D.A. by Connie Willis

REVIEW SUMMARY: D.A. reads like Robert A. Heinlein on speed! MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: Theodora Baumgarten is erroneously enrolled as an IASA space cadet and subsequently [Read more]

February 26, 2007 // 0 Comments

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