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SF/F/H Link Post for 2013-10-18

Interviews & Profiles

  • BiblioFiend interviews Victoria Scott to discuss her Fire & Flood series and finishing Dante Walker.
  • Calvin & Hobbes Creator Bill Watterson Explains Why We’ll Never See a Movie Adaptation.
  • The Future And You offers this two part panel on Transhumanism featuring Stephanie Osborn (space scientist and SF author), Dr. Ben Davis (nuclear physicist), Lillian Price (microbiologist in the final months of her doctoral work), Daniel M. Hoyt (programmer and SF writer), Sarah A. Hoyt (author and polyglot), Robert Hoyt (SF writer with a fresh BS in biology), me (your host, Stephen Euin Cobb), and Dr. Tedd Roberts (neuroscientist and researcher) as the panel’s moderator.
  • Here’s a video of Neil Gaiman’s appearance on BBC Breakfast Time and his interview on The Saturday Live Radio 4 programme.
  • In the course of an interview with CBS This Morning, Scott Turow of the legal thriller, Identical, discusses ebooks, saying “Amazon is trying to monopolize the e-book market.”
  • My Bookish Ways interviews Amanda Carlson, author of Cold Blooded (Jessica McClain #3)
  • Nearly Everything The X-Files’ David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Said This Weekend
  • Nick Mamatas joins The Skiffy and Fanty Show to talk about his upcoming book, Love is the Law, science fiction, noir and crime fiction, the politics of genre, and much more!
  • Notes from Coode Street discusses writing short stories with SFWA Vice President Rachel Swirsky
  • Stephen Wright describes insights gained from watching his daughter play console games: “I’ve realized that if you’re a woman or queer gamer, you need a strong sense of the ironic and a mind of steel to be able to breathe and thrive in a culture that can often seem to despise you to a remarkable degree.”
  • Skiffy and Fanty interviews Chuck Wendig at Worldcon
  • Tea and Jeopardy talks sword fighting and writing with Adrian Tchaikovsky

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Crowd Funding

  • Kaleidoscope – an anthology of diverse contemporary YA fantasy stories, which will be edited by Julia Rios and Alisa Krasnostein, and published by Twelfth Planet Press. Too often popular culture and media defaults to a very narrow cross section of the world’s populace. We believe that people of all kinds want to see themselves reflected in stories.
  • Terra Ex – a free-to-play, browser-based 4X space adventure from a team that claims veterans of development of World of Warcraft, Command & Conquer, and Lost Planet 3. They also say this is “more than just a video game” thanks to the real science it will present, thanks to contributions from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and physicist contributors to “The Universe” TV series.

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