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Top 25 SF Signal Posts for May 2011

In case you missed them, here are The Top 25 SF Signal Posts that first appeared in May 2011, according to Google Analytics:

  1. Which SciFi Series Should You Watch on NetFlix? This Handy Flowchart Will Help You Decide!
  2. MIND MELD: Challenging SF/F Books That Are Worth The Effort To Read
  3. Free eBook: ‘Zendegi’ by Greg Egan
  4. MIND MELD: Fantasy Novels Besides ‘A Game of Thrones’ That Would Make an Excellent Weekly Series
  5. MIND MELD: Lessons Learned From Master World-Builders
  6. [GUEST POST] Kim Harrison Says ‘Excuse Me, You Got Your Romance In My Urban Fantasy’
  7. Mind Meld Make-Up with China Miéville on World-Building
  8. The Wayward Time-Traveler: Living and Loving Life in the Gutter of Science Fiction
  9. 148 Forthcoming SF/F/H Books for May 2011
  10. So Long, Stargate Universe…We Hardly Knew Ye
  11. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 049): Panel Discussion: What SF/F Books Should Be In Every Fan’s Library?
  12. What Recent Genre Books Would You Recommend to Others?
  13. REVIEW: Leviathan Wakes by James A. Corey
  14. MIND MELD: How Can Science Fiction Authors Keep Space Opera Relevant?
  15. REVIEW: Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism by David Nickle
  16. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 051): Panel Discussion-What is the Best Space Opera Series in Science Fiction
  17. 7 Science Fiction Books That Are Better Than The Films They Spawned
  18. MOVIE REVIEW: Thor (2011)
  19. REVIEW: Fuzzy Nation by John Scalzi
  20. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 047): Panel Discussion – What Was the Last Genre Book That Blew Your Mind? Plus: Author Spotlight & Your Voicemail!
  21. Roll Perception Plus Awareness: 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons
  22. GIVEAWAY: The Revivors Series by James Knapp
  23. INTERVIEW: Lauren Beukes on South African Culture, Writing About Race, and Genre
  24. WINNERS: 2010 Nebula Awards
  25. Free eBook: ‘Code of the Lifemaker’ by James P. Hogan
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.
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