Interviews & Profiles
- My Bookish Ways interviews Maria Dahvana Headley.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Joshua Gaylord.
- Aidan Moher interviews Mira Grant.
- Keely Brooke interviews Sally Ember.
- Andrea Johnson profiles Paolo Bacigalupi.
- CNET interviews Dan Casey.
- S. C. Flynn interviews Mervi’s Book Reviews and Wendell Adams (Bookwraiths).
- SFFWorld interviews Todd Newton.
Events & Event News
- Voting is open for the 2015 Hugo Awards now through July 31, 2015. Winners will be announced August 22, 2015 at Sasquan in Spokane, Washington.
- On the Road: Tor/Forge Author Events in May.
- Paolo Bacigalupi on Tour for The Water Knife.
- Support the Annual Con or Bust Auction.
- Museum of Science Fiction calls for fans to enter Tomorrowland-inspired online contest.
- May 19 at University of Winnipeg: Lecture featuring Guy Gavriel Kay.
- The Scary Ham – a short film adaptation of Ellen Klages’ family story.
- CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 5: more stories of beauty and strangeness by Mike Allen.
- Abilgail Nussbaum on The 2015 Hugo Awards: A Few Thoughts as Voting Opens.
- Amazing Stories on The Beginning of Chinese Science Fiction.
- Andrea Johnson reviews American Craftsmen by Tom Doyle.
- Bibliotropic on Defiant by Karina Sumner-Smith.
- Black Gate on Earth’s Last Citadel by C.L. Moore and Henry Kuttner.
- Boing Boing on Orphan Black fan explains the importance of the show’s LGBTQ representation.
- Dean Wesley Smith on The Stages of a Fiction Writer: Chapter Two.
- Gail Carriger on Steampunk Cafe in Christchurch.
- Howard Andrew Jones on Swords Against Death Re-Read: “The Seven Black Priests:.
- John Scalzi on The Myth of SF/F Publishing House Exceptionalism.
- Kathy F. on Revision by Andrea Phillips.
- Lisa J. Goldstein on An Attempt to Come to Terms with the Hugo Ballot.
- Mental Floss on 10 Things You Might Not Know About The Avengers.
- on How Last Man on Earth Reversed Its Male Gaze.
- Paul Di Filippo reviews on The End of the End of Everything by Dale Bailey.
- Paul Kincaid on Awards coverage, big announcements, new books, and more.
- Fairytale Book Covers By Latvian Artist Aniko Koleshnikova.
- The Japanese Covers for A Song of Ice and Fire are to (All Men Must) Die For.
- Cool Art: New Print Releases From Bottleneck Gallery.
- ArtStation – Odin, Katharina Maisenbacher.
- ArtStation – Steam Mage Tower, Alex Serebryakov.
More Fun Stuff
- Your Epic Fantasy Begins Here – A Science Fiction Book Club List.
- Buzz Books – A Science Fiction Book Club List.
- 50 Page Fridays: Matthew Woodring Stover.
- The 1st Close-Up of a Lava Lake on Jupiter’s Moon Io.
- Extract from Hidden Huntress by Danielle L Jensen.
- Reenact the Battle of Hoth on This Epic Gaming Table.
- New web series: Extraordinary – about a woman with the power of telekenisis.
- The Classiest AVENGERS-Themed Apartment.
- Beware the Hairy Mango #259: “Strangers on a Bicycle Built for Two” by Matthew Sanborn Smith.
- Let’s Play: The Shining.
- Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron (Cute Kitten Version).
- 5 STAR WARS Cupcakes to Celebrate May the 4th.
- R2-D2 coffee table / pinball machine.
- xkcd: Venus.