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SF/F/H Link Post for 2013-10-29

Interviews & Profiles

  • The Alan Moore Marvelman Interview: “I Definitely Wanted My Name Taken Off It”
  • The Agony Column receives some unexpected answers about MaddAddam from Margaret Atwood
  • Book View Cafe interviews Sarah Zettel, who goes by the pen name Marissa Day, among others.
  • Lawrence M. Schoen chats with Patricia Briggs
  • Joss Whedon talks about the Marvel Universe in a red carpet interview from the Thor premiere.
  • Just in time for Halloween, Shawna Trpcic – the woman behind the amazing and enviable outfits worn in Firefly, Angel, Dr. Horrible, The Cabin in the Woods, Power Rangers, and many, many more – is here to answer your questions about dressing up and getting costumed!
  • My Bookish Ways talks to Anne Lyle about the final book in her Masque series, The Prince of Lies
  • The Qwillery interviews Libby McGugan, author of The Eidolon
  • Richard Kadrey takes on teen horror in ‘Dead Set’
  • Speculate! continues its triptych of shows on the work of Scott Lynch, specifically The Lies of Locke Lamora and The Gentleman Bastard Sequence to which it belongs
  • Writing Excuses talks Realistic Melee Fighting with Wesley Chu of The Lives of Tao.


Crowd Funding

  • Nevermore – Master Horror director Stuart Gordon, brilliant actor Jeffrey Combs and inspired screenwriter Dennis Paoli – the team that brought you From Beyond and Re-Animator – team up again to bring you a brand new feature film.
  • Playsets — A new way to play tabletop RPGs remotely. Say goodbye to your graph paper and share an immersive adventure in minutes. Playsets is presented in a 2D isometric view on a flat iPad screen that feel like you’re sitting down at a real table with your friends, staring at actual game pieces.


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2 Comments on SF/F/H Link Post for 2013-10-29

  1. Hope you don’t mind my gently mentioning…

    “•Fantasy Authors Band Together To Help Pay Medical Bills”

    I think you reported before.

    “•Simon and Schuster has announced the launch of a new science fiction line.”
    you reported on October 25th.

    (Thought you’d like the heads up. I know SF news can be a bit overwhelming.)

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