Interviews & Profiles
- Clarkesworld Magazine interviews Xia Jia, author of “Tongtong’s Summer” (from the Upgraded anthology, edited by Neil Clarke, 2014)
- The Functional Nerds interviews William (W.C.) Bauers, author of Unbreakable.
- The Maldon Standard interviews Antony Hudson, author of Sector 22: Zoey.
- Speculate SF interviews Lev Grossman, author of The Magician’s Land.
- Urban Fantasy Investigations interviews Eden Ashley, author of Banewolf.
- Call Him “Sir Doctor” – John Hurt Receives a Knighthood
- The Dune MMO and Kickstarter’s Slippery Slope
- Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who voted best TV show of 2014 by Metro Online readers
Events & Event News
- The 2nd Annual Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival will be held January 23 – January 25 at the Hyatt Regency at 400 SE Second Avenue in Miami, Florida
- A Star-Filled Sea – A short novel set in the Ashteraiverse in which a cosmic being trying to be human is stuck on a spaceship with a murderer on the loose.
- Temporum Oblitus (time forgotten) – Temporum Oblitus (time forgotten) is a strategic table top-war game of dominance supremacy and freedom!
- Movie Review: Divergent: The Dystopian Train That Tried
- 6 Children’s Books That Are Just As Amazing Now As When You Were A Kid
- 9 Questions I Have For Every Sci-Fi Movie Ever
- 14 Groundbreaking 2014 moments for women in sci-fi
- 15 Great TV Fight Scenes from 2014
- The 20 Most Pirated Movies Of 2014 Include Tons Of Science Fiction
- 30 of 2015’s Most Anticipated Movies: Star Wars, Tomorrowland, Furious 7, Joy
- 2014: The year when science fiction and fantasy woke up to diversity
- Biography shares 7 Fun Facts About Isaac Asimov in honor of his birthday.
- ComicBookBin examines Elysium – Science Fiction as Political Economy
- Concatenation has posted their annual choice of Best SF Books and Films of 2014
- From GoT to Star Wars: 10 best places to visit in 2015 for sci-fi and fantasy fans
- “I Like My Scars” is another great Dollhouse essay from SmartPop Books.
- Isaac Asimov’s Foundation novels: are they really filmable?
- Kotaku names 15 Of The Strangest Dystopias In Gaming
- Post-Star Wars Space Operas for Fun and Frivolity
- Ridley Scott, Please Don’t Make Any Sequels, pleads Giant Freakin Robot
- Rotten Tomatoes staffers pick the Best Movies Off the Radar 2014
- SF&F authors make some resolutions for their main characters
- Sci-fi not bizarre enough complains AitkinAge’s Terry Mejdrich.
- Sci-Fi Visions of 2015, Ranked
- A Science Fiction Halo Rests Slantedly Over Isaac Asimov’s Amiable Head
- The top 15 independent sci-fi and horror movies of 2014 Blastr
- Under the Skin Leaves Much to be Desired
- Universe Today suggests 10 Space Science Stories to Watch in 2015
- We remember on Asimov’s birthday that This Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Novel Convinced Elon Musk To Make Humans An Interplanetary Species
- What 2015 is giving you in the public domain – and what it isn’t. Gizmodo also shares a list of What Could Have Entered the Public Domain in 2015?
- What it’s like to shoot in a real life Disney library [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Which Science Fiction Hero (or Heroine) Are You?
- Why I’m Not Resolving To Read More Books Next Year
- District 9 Helmer Neill Blomkamp Reveals Concept Art For His Unofficial Alien Film
- Neill Blomkamp Was Developing an ALIEN Film and Here’s Some Concept Art!
- The Semi-Naked Statue of a Woman Dressed as Boba Fett you Were Looking for
More Fun Stuff
- This Active Herculean Galaxy Is A Beautiful Start To The New Year
- Artificial Intelligence: No longer the stuff of science fiction
- Don’t Write Off ET Quite Yet. It’s true that we haven’t seen alien life, but neither have we seen much of the universe.
- Infographic: The Evolution of Tron Lightcycles
- NASA designs ape-like robot for disasters
- Read an excerpt from The Galaxy Game by Karen Lord at Scribd.
- Watch a trailer for Season 2 of Helix.
- Robots: What the future looks like