- SFX interviews Paul McAuley.
- @Scalzi’s Big Idea: Jesse Bullington.
- A video interview with Neil Gaiman who talks about the upcoming Good Omens mini-series.
- Alfred Bester and Fred Pohl — The Conversation.
- SFF Chat interviews Guy Hasson.
- Tawny Weber interviews Lisa Paitz Spindler (The Spiral Path).
- FINALISTS: 2011 Ditmar Awards.
- Tobias Buckell to release eBook titled Nascence: 17 Stories That Failed and What They Taught Me.
- Fox renews Fringe.
- Jamie Todd Rubin on What I found in the 1942 issues of Astounding Science Fiction.
- Gary K. Wolfe on Yellowcake Margo Lanagan.
- Adam Roberts on City of the Dead by Paul McAuley.
- Tobias Buckell on Writing on the High Seas.
- Helen Lowe on My Top Three: Historically-Influenced Fantasy Settings.
- Alan Kistler on Blog@Newsarama The Many Lives of the Batwoman.
- Allan Code on Highlander Three: Off with their Heads.
- Bronze Age Babies on Battle of the Sci Fi Flicks: the 60s.
- Gabrielle Harbowy on Successful Slushing.
- EgoTV lists 7 Funny Alien Comedy Movies and The Best Computers in Science Fiction Movies.
- Listverse lists Top 10 Worst Blockbusters In Recent History.
- Tor.com lists Actors Who Started Their Careers in SFF.
- Esther Inglis-Arkell lists 10 Perfect Murders in Science Fiction.
- Furious Fanboys list 7 Questionable, Yet Widely Accepted Devices in SciFi.
- Fandomania lists 5 Upcoming Adaptation Travesties.
- Bloginhood lists Top 5 SF Megaprojects that Would Have Had a Tough Time Getting Budget Approval.
- @CoolVibe: “Steampunk Wonder Woman” by Serge Birault.
- Concept ship by Tomasz Opasinski.
- 30 Fantasy 3D Dreamy Art Wallpapers.
- A look at the book Mike Kelley’s Kandors, which showcases artworks by artist Mike Kelley that recreate of the city of Kandor, the last surviving vestige of Superman’s destroyed home.
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Bonus after the jump: a “prequel” scene for the upcoming Doctor Who season 6 premiere. [via tor.com]