Interviews & Profiles
- Amazing Stories interviews Scott Lynch, author of The Republic of Thieves.
- Beauty in Ruins interviews Michael Waller, author of The Wizard’s Gift.
- BullSpec interviews Marie Lu, author of The Young Elites.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Rajan Khanna, author of Falling Sky.
- Nicky Peacock interviews N.W. Harris, author of The Last Orphans.
- The Qwillery interviews Heather Blake, author of One Potion in the Grave.
- The Qwillery interviews Rajan Khanna, author of Falling Sky.
- Suvudu interviews Terry Brooks, author of The High Druid’s Blade.
- Tor.com interviews Christopher Buehlman, author of The Lesser Dead.
Events & Event News
- George R. R. Martin will appear at the 92nd Street Y in New York City on Sunday, October 26, 2014 at 8:00 pm! The event will be moderated by Laura Miller. Every ticket purchase includes a pre-signed copy of George R.R. Martin’s new book, The World of Ice & Fire.
- Barnes & Noble in Ann Arbor, MI welcomes Chris Trevas and Brian Rood for a Star Wars Reads Event! Join us on Saturday October 11, 2014 at 11:00 AM for Stars Wars Reads Day III — a fun-filled day of giveaways and activities for Star Wars fans of all ages.
- BIG FUTURE: Scale Model Fueled Sci-Fi – A 1980s tech-obsessed girl takes on the future in a new adventure web series. Created with pros from ILM and Pixar.
- Sci-Fi Short: The Quantified Self – the story of a family of self-trackers who take it to the next level.
- Book Review: David Cronenberg’s debut novel, Consumed, is one of the strangest books you’ll encounter all year, according to The Globe and Mail.
- 5 great Rashomon TV episodes: From The X-Files to Farscape and more, Den of Geek talks us through 5 great multiple perspective TV episodes…
- 5 Sci-Fi Writers Who Predicted The Future Of Cloud Computing
- 10 Reasons Hollywood Needs to Stop Catering to Whiny-Assed Nerds Like You and Me.
- Almost Humane: What BattleStar Galactica can teach us about our treatment of prisoners of war.
- Enough With Dystopias: It’s Time For Sci-Fi Writers To Start Imagining Better Futures.
- Here’s why we still haven’t heard anything about a fourth season of Continuum
- How Supernatural ‘s 10 Seasons Represent Buddhist Stages of Reincarnation
- i09 picks 12 Of The Worst Draculas Of All Time.
- Just Imagine a Classic Science Fiction Film? Or: a Classic Lack of Imagination?
- Nautilus examines The Distant Future, 30 Years On
- Tor.com points out 5 Brilliant Things About Doctor Who Series 8, Episode 7: “Kill The Moon”
- Using Science Fiction to Create a Better Tomorrow: A Future Tense Event Recap
- Welcome to the War of Tomorrow: How Futurama’s writers depicted asymmetrical warfare.
- Why “Call of Duty” May Not Help Us Predict Future Wars. Next week: Why Super Mario Bros. may not teach us anything about plumbing.
- Why Star Trek: The Next Generation Is Great in Spite of Being Mostly Terrible
- WIRED explains How the Klingon and Dothraki Languages Conquered Hollywood
- Posters for It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, Gustave Doré style.
- This 3D Printed Samus Aran “Varia Suit” is utterly amazing.
- This TARDIS Stroller may not actually be bigger on the insider, but try telling that to a parent changing a diaper for the fourth time following a Dixie cup sized serving of baby food.
More Fun Stuff
- 2001 Is A Difficult Movie To Summarize In 60-Seconds
- An 8th Grader Turns His Math Homework Into Star Wars
- 22 Signs A Book Is Taking Over Your Life
- CNN wonders Will people still be useful in the 21st century?
- Download the “Great American Comic Sci Fi Novel,” Buddy Holly is Alive and Well on Ganymede.
- Finally, a flying car for everybody? It’s the idiot-proof aerial commuter we’ve always been promised.
- The future of Mars exploration is you, says The Daily Dot.
- Infographic: The Chemistry Behind the Smell of Old Books
- Upcoming4.me has the release date and synopsis for Seveneves by Neal Stephenson
- Watch the Final Interstellar Trailer at SFX.
- What It Will Take for Computers to Be Conscious: The world’s best-known consciousness researcher says machines could one day become self-aware.