Interviews & Profiles
- Bibliotropic interviews Ken Liu, author of The Grace of Kings.
- Kirkus Reviews interviews Ken Liu.
- Coode Street interviews John Scalzi, author of The End of All Things.
- Den of Geek interviews Ursula Le Guin, author of The Daughter of Odren.
- The Dissolve interviews Alex Garland, director of Ex Machina.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Bruce DeSilva, author of A Scourge of Vipers,.
- The Qwillery interviews Steve Bein, author of Disciple of the Wind.
- Reddit held and AMA for Brandon Sanderson of Way of Kings. (Highlights)
- Suvudu interviews Chris A. Jackson, author of Pirate’s Promise.
- Topless Robot interviews Adi Shankar, producer of The Voices.
- ICYMI: The 2014 BSFA Award Winners
- ICYMI: The 2015 Arthur C. Clarke Award Shortlist
- The Logan’s Run remake is pulling a gender switch and will feature a female lead.
- News Terry Pratchett’s final Discworld novel coming September 10th
Events & Event News
- Inkitt.com is honoring the magnificent Terry Pratchett with a Free Sci-Fi/Fantasy Contest in April, “Echo of Another World.” The theme is that in name only – any and all sci-fi/fantasy stories are eligible for entry, and we’re particularly encouraging of novel excerpts and selections from longer works.
- On the Road: Tor/Forge Author Events in April
- SF in SF presents authors Peter Straub & Michael Marshall Smith May 1st.
- “The Dark Side: Masked” Posters – The Dark Side: Masked is a collection posters that illustrate various masked “Dark Side” characters in the Star Wars series.
- Jupiter & Mars Season 1 – We are three creative professionals who are trying to create a comedy/horror web series set in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
- 6 Movie Mash-Ups: From Tragicomedy to Cyber-Punk
- Another Argument in Favour of “Print Books Will Never Die” from Teleread.
- Everything you need to know about Terminator: Genisys
- GameRadar on the 10 sci-fi game changers
- Hollywood Reporter asks When Will Star Trek Get a Cinematic Universe?
- Home is a reminder that DreamWorks Animation needs an actual identity
- Ken Liu on Silkpunk – playing engineer in an imaginary world
- A look through Star Trek’s Mirror Universe: Through the decades the desire to return to Star Trek’s Mirror Universe has remained, enabling the franchise to explore areas it otherwise couldn’t and adding possibilities beyond its usual framework.
- OMNI chooses the Grand Masters of Science Fiction Part 1
- OMNI names The Most Iconic Women In Sci-Fi Cinema: The 2000′s
- Sad Puppies: The dog that just won’t lie down
- SF Film recommendations from the 20th Century, Part 2: The Golden Age (1950-59)
- Subversive Superhero: The American Dream of Captain America
- Underwire on The Radicalization of Jar Jar Binks
- The WallStreet Journal offers 5 Signs You’re a Die-Hard Mad Max Fan
- Why Doctor Who should exploit its shared universe potential
- Why You Don’t Need to Be a Sci-Fi Junkie to Become a Believer in The X-Files.
- Light Play: A 3D Printed Robot Army Commanded by Movement
- The Major Art Inspirations Behind The Hit Comic Descender
More Fun Stuff
- Amusement park mechanic Dean Shorey’s souped-up Chevy-turned-Battlestar Galactica Viper has made its way around the Internet for years—and why not, look at the frakkin’ thing! But now a Jalopnik commenter has provided more context for how this wonderful car-ship hybrid came to be.
- George & Brad Takei Launch New Web Series “IT TAKEIS TWO”
- An Interstellar fan cosplayed as the movie’s best character.
- Incredible Technology: Spiderlike Robots Could Build Giant Space Structures
- More Tomorrowland character descriptions and plot details have made their way online.
- Play Harrison Squared Dies Early, an interactive game companion to Daryl Gregory’s Harrison Squared but not if you want to get anything done today!
- Seniors and kids predict the future: $11 bills, time travel, and robotic dodo birds.
- Watch a trailer for Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.
- Watch a trailer for the new “Deus Ex” video game “Mankind Divided“
- Watch a trailer for the sci-fi thriller Aurora