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Top 25 SF Signal Posts for June 2012

In case you dared to miss them, here are The Top 25 SF Signal Posts for June 2011 (not including daily tidbits posts):

  1. SPECIAL ROUNDTABLE: Bear, Beaulieu, Stross and Ziegler Discuss the Role of Modern Literary Speculative Fiction
  2. MOVIE REVIEW: Prometheus (2012)
  3. A Book Cover Gallery of 152 Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books Coming Out in June 2012
  4. MIND MELD: How to Write Science Fiction on a Post-Colonial World?
  5. MIND MELD: Has Space Opera Lost Its Luster?
  6. 15 Science Fiction and Fantasy Thrillers Worth Your Time
  7. 5 Scifi or Fantasy Shows Now Streaming Via Netflix
  8. MIND MELD: The Most Interesting Books in Our ‘To Be Read’ Pile
  9. Quick Meme: Last Book You Read / Book You Are Reading Now / Book You Will Read Next
  10. BOOK REVIEW: Among Others by Jo Walton
  11. [GUEST POST] Writing About Race in Science Fiction and Fantasy (Part 2 of a Roundtable Interview)
  12. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 131): Panel Discussion: Female Superheroes Who Deserve Their Own Movies
  13. The Bradbury Effect > The Amazon Effect
  14. 5 *More* Scifi or Fantasy Shows Now Streaming Via Netflix
  15. WINNERS: 2012 Locus Awards
  16. MIND MELD: What Are Your Literary Crushes?
  17. TOC: ‘Epic’ Edited by John Joseph Adams
  18. The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 133): Panel Discussion: Book Spoilers – How Long is the Moratorium?
  19. Of Jetpack Utopias and Hyperbolic Tomorrows: David Graeber and the Science Fiction Imagination
  20. MOVIE REVIEW: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)
  21. Neil Gaiman Reads His Tribute Story “The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury”
  22. [GUEST POST] James Aquilone on 10 Science Fiction Kickstarter Campaigns You Should Fund
  23. REVIEW: Redshirts by John Scalzi
  24. BOOK REVIEW: Priests of Mars by Graham McNeill
  25. Why We Need To Imagine The Impossible
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.
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