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Top 25 SF Signal Posts for March 2012

In case you missed them, here are The Top 25 SF Signal Posts for March 2011 (not including daily tidbits posts):

  1. MIND MELD: Which SF/F Series Are Too Good To End?
  2. A Gallery of 120+ SF/F/H Books Coming Out in March 2012 – Which Ones Excite You?
  3. Stakes in Fantasy Novels: A Schemata of Classification
  4. Duel of the Doorstoppers: Fantasy Books that Build More than Mental Muscle
  5. MIND MELD: What’s The Value of SF/F Awards to the SF/F Community?
  6. MOVIE REVIEW: John Carter (2012)
  7. [GUEST POST] Jason Sanford Asks: Where Are All the Science Fiction Readers?
  8. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 112): 2012 Sword and Sorcery Mega Panel, Part 3
  9. MIND MELD: The Secrets Behind Speculative Fiction’s Love Affair With Mars
  10. Cash In on The Google/Amazon eBook Price War!
  11. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 110): 2012 Sword and Sorcery Mega Panel, Part 2
  12. State of the (Graphic) Art: The Year in Graphic Novels So Far
  13. Book Review: Range of Ghosts by Elizabeth Bear
  14. Gene Wolfe and Neil Gaiman on a Merry-Go-Round. No, Really!
  15. REVIEW: The Emperor’s Knife by Mazarkis Williams
  16. Finalists: Spectrum Fantastic Art Award
  17. Quick Meme: What Books Are You Reading Right Now?
  18. MOVIE REVIEW: The Hunger Games (2012)
  19. [GUEST POST] Jeff Salyards on Avoiding Tired Tropes When World Building
  20. [GUEST POST] Charles Davis on The Importance of Story Length Within Science Fiction and Fantasy
  21. Free SF/F/H Fiction for 3/24/2012
  22. REVIEW: The Year’s Best Science Fiction #28 Edited by Gardner Dozois
  23. Free SF/F/H Fiction for 3/7/2012
  24. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 113): Military Science Fiction Mega Panel, Part 1
  25. Free SF/F/H Fiction for 3/10/2012
About John DeNardo (13012 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

1 Comment on Top 25 SF Signal Posts for March 2012

  1. I’m proud that a couple of my contributions are on this list…

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