- Kindle Blog interviews Joe Abercrombie.
- Civilian Reader interviews James Enge.
- Jessica Strider interviews Laura Bynum.
- Jim C. Hines’ First Book Friday features Erik Scott de Bie.
- Notes from Coode Street #35 with Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe.
- Marta Randall interviews Robert Silverberg (from 1982).
- New digital sci-fi series The Mercury Men coming soon to Syfy.com.
- Liam Neeson Voices Qui-Gon Jinn for Star Wars Clone Wars.
- You still have until the end of January to get the ebook edition of Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold for $2.99.
- The duology Blood and Rust by S.A. Swiniarski (a.k.a. S. Andrew Swann) is on sale at Amazon’s Kindle store for $3.99
- SplatterFest will be hosting the Comicpalooza Film Festival May 27-29, 2011 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. Special guests include Tony Todd (Candyman, Star Trek: Next Generation), and Linnea Quigley (Return Of The Living Dead, A Nightmare on Elm St. 4) and many more
- Jo Walton on Religious Science Fiction.
- Joe R. Lansdale on The Day Before The Day After. [via Bill Crider’s Pop Culture Magazine]
- Tobias Buckell on A cyberpunk world.
- Andrew Liptak on 83 crazy differences between Fringe‘s alternate universe and ours.
- Joseph Mallozzi on Pitching for Television.
- The Space Opera Pin-Up Art of Megan Burns.
- Concept ships by Rubén Pérez.
- 24 Digital Art Examples by Nicolas Bouvier.
More Fun Stuff
- Ellen Datlow’s pics from January 19 Gregory Frost/Linda D. Addison KGB reading.
- Del Rey Spectra 50 Page Fridays: The Warlord’s Legacy by Ari Marmell.
- Sample Chapter: Sandstorm by Christopher Rowe.
- Fantastic Flashbacks: 1982 Superman III Filming Article.
- The 11 best fake hands in sci-fi.
- Turn An Old Computer Into A Star Trek Clock With LCARS 24.
- The Zoo City Soundtrack.
- Steampunk Palin comic book.