- GreenCine Daily interviews Clive Barker.
- Charles Tan interviews Ted Kosmatka.
- Fantasy Magazine interviews K.J. Bishop.
- Dark Wolf interviews fantasy artist Henning Ludvigsen.
- 2010 Compton Crook/Stephen Tall Award Nominees.
- Apex signs two book deal with J.M. McDermott.
- Jeff Somers, author of The Terminal State, is looking for voice actors.
- Leonard Nimoy Retires His Spock Ears.
- Two DVD versions of Avatar are coming: the movie-only edition of Avatar coming out on DVD and Blu-ray April 22 and a home edition with bonus content in November.
- Fox has set up Fringe 101 to help get viewers back up to speed with the show as it returns from hiatus. [via Screen Rant]
- Paul W.S. Anderson to Direct Buck Rogers 3D.
- Doctor Who Returns April 17th to BBC America. (See also: Behind the scenes with Matt Smith.)
- Kristine Kathryn Rusch on Freelancer’s Survival Guide: Groups Continued (Networking Part Four).
- @AMC: John Scalzi asks Would You Want to Live in The Matrix? What About a Galaxy Far Far Away?
- Dan Abnett on The Ultramarines Movie (need-to-know-basis). (Film website here.)
- Gail Z. Martin on Why We Love Fantasy Even More When Times are Tough.
- John Ginsberg-Stevens on The Difficulty of Dealing With Other-Worlds.
- Graham Edwards offers a behind the scenes look at his story “Flatland” (Part one, two, three, and four)
- 71 Very Cool Star Wars drawings and illustrations. [via Distracted by Star Wars]
- Ski-ffy shares a gallery of artist Keith Parkinson.
- The website Good Show Sir is a tribute to terrible genre book covers. [via James Long]
- MetaCritic weighs in on The Best and Worst Time Travel Movies.
- Meanwhile, Screen rant lists The 5 Best (and Worst) Cinematic Time Travel Machines.
- @AMC: Apocalyptic Stories Movie Quiz.
- Pretty much what it says: Alien vs. Pooh. [via Neatorama]