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SF/F/H Link Post for 2013-09-21

Interviews & Profiles

  • Chris Sims talks to longtime Batman writer Mike W. Barr, who has returned to the character for the digital-first series Legends of the Dark Knight. (Part Two)
  • Former DC and Marvel artist Al Nickerson talks about his digital comic Act of Faith, in which superheroes deal with angels and demons without realizing it; Nickerson shows what is happening in the physical world and “behind the scenes” in the spiritual world as well.
  • Dan Polletta shares a conversation with Michael Chabon the Pulitzer-Prize-winning author of The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay.
  • Joss Whedon video interview about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
  • My Friends are Fiction interviews Paula Weston, author of Shadows
  • The Qwillery interviews a href=””>David Barnett of Gideon Smith and the Mechanical Girl
  • The Qwillery interviews K. B. Laugheed, author of The Spirit Keeper
  • Writer Donny Cates talks about the controversial protagonist of his new Dark Horse miniseries Buzzkill, a superhero who gets his powers from drinking and doing drugs.


Events & Event News

  • The founder of this month’s incredibly successful Salt Lake Comic Con — it drew about 70,000 attendees in its first year — is planning a spinoff event for January 9-11, just before Sundance.
  • Philip K. Dick Fans Should Enjoy this LA Stage Production of ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?



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2 Comments on SF/F/H Link Post for 2013-09-21

  1. In the News section, the title of the banned book is wrong. It’s “Invisible Man” by Ralph Ellison, and not “The Invisible Man” by Wells.

    • Invisible Man is one of the great books of the 20th Century. I just made a comment on the linked article to that effect.

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