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SF Tidbits for 3/8/09

  • Biohell author, Andy Remic, not content with the hatchet job that the bigger videogame companies would undoubtedly do, adapted his novel Biohell for the 48K ZX Spectrum.
  • In case our recent Watchmen link roundup wasn’t enough for you, check out this one from Galaxy Express.
  • Wired has an interesting behind-the-scenes Watchmen video featuring still photographer Clay Enos and how he helped manufacture some of the artifacts seen in the film.
  • Jos Kirps writes in to remind us to remind you to check out Galaxiki, a website that allows its users to write science fiction stories related to stars and planets in a virtual galaxy.
  • Free Audio Fiction [courtesy of QuasarDragon]
    • @Librivox: has a Robert Bloch classic “This Crowded Earth” read by Gregg Margarite. [via SFFaudio]
    • @Beam Me Up: Part 3, the conclusion, of “Divining Light” by Ted Kosmatka, read by Paul Cole.
    • @Escape Pod: “The Botox School of Acting” by Liz Shannon Miller, read by Dani Cutler.
    • @Pseudopod: “The Valknut” by Dan Dworkin, read by Ben Phillips.
    • @The Cthulhu Podcast: “Dagon” by H.P. Lovecraft.
About John DeNardo (13013 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

2 Comments on SF Tidbits for 3/8/09

  1. John, what can I say? You’re a source of eternal inspiration! 🙂

  2. I predict the Wikipedia entry on the Zx Speccy is about to see a traffic spike…

     

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