Press Buy Two, Get One Free Sale.
- Rachel Swirsky
and Sean Wallace to edit People of the Book, Am ha-Sefer: A Decade of
Jewish Science Fiction & Fantasy.
Nimoy is retiring and will not be in any Star Trek Sequels.(The only logical choice.)
- William Shatner
will host the Discovery channel show Weird or What, which will
examine weird unsolved cases around the world — ranging from paranormal
phenomena, medical oddities and bizarre natural disasters. [via ScifiSquad]
Press to publish new editions of Philip K. Dick’s collected stories. [via Fantasy SF Blog]
Larson To Adapt A Wrinkle In Time Into Graphic Novel Form.
- Book View Café has announced
a new partnership to distribute its growing ebook catalogue through Kobo.
- EVENT: As part of the Fantastic Fiction free
reading series, Ellen Datlow and Matthew Kressel present Terence Taylor
& Leanna Renee Hieber Wednesday May 19th, 7pm at at KGB Bar in NYC.
- Damien G.
Walter on Fantasy
fiction: the battle for meaning continues.
- Charlie Jane
Anders on 4 Danger Signs To Search
For, Before Sending Off Your Novel.
- Paul Charles Smith on An Essay on Fantasy.
- Jeremy L.C. Jones on Write
What You Know… or Don’t Know… Or Want to Know… Know What I Mean?
Hartwell on George
- Paula Guran on George H. Scithers, 1929-2010.
Gorinsky on Tor’s
30th: T-3: Funniest Memories (2).
- Rachelle Gardner on It’s
Not Like Other Businesses.
- Juliette Wade on Keeping
The Balls in the Air.
- Patricia Wood on Revision.
- Lynn Viehl on Overcoming
- Win Scott Eckert.com on The
Worlds of Philip José Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions.
Other Fun Stuff
- Free Sample: Read
the First 6 chapters of Ghosts of Manhattan by George
at Pyr’s website.
- Robot 6 shares the
trailer for the Warren Ellis documentary: Captured Ghosts. [via The
Forbidden Planet International Blog Log]
- Geek 6 serves up a pictograph of The
ebb and flow of sci-fi and fantasy on television. [via io9]
- Superpunch offers cool
gallery of steampunk miniaturesand a wicked cool giant
robot illustration by Franco Brambilla.
- Techland lists The
All-Time Hottest Robots.
- SciFi Wire lists 25
might not know about George Takei.
- Cool propaganda posters featuring Darth
Daleks. (I used to listen to them in high school)