Interviews & Profiles
- Abigail Breslin on Maggie’s Very Different Approach to a Zombie Movie.
- Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about the emotional toll Maggie took on him.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Hannah Strom-Martin, author of “Father Peña’s Last Dance” from the Blood Sisters anthology.
- SFFWorld interviews Michael J Sullivan, author of Blackguards.
- Suvudu interviews Peter Orullian, author of Trial of Intentions.
- USA Today interviews Sharon Lynn Fisher, author of the sci-fi romance Echo 8.
- Wired interviews Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof, director and writer of Tomorrowland.
- Writer Alex Garland talks about robots, humanity, and Ex Machina!
Events & Event News
- The Baltimore Science Fiction Society announces a 2015 writing contest.
- Sci-Fest L.A. brings science fiction tales from Clive Barker, Neil Gaiman to the stage. Sci-Fest L.A. gives one-act science-fiction plays a spotlight.
- The theatrical play She Kills Monsters will be staged at the the Aurora Fox theater in Colorado through May 16th. Written by Qui Nguyen, She Kills Monsters is a story about a woman recovering after a tragedy through Dungeons & Dragons. I certainly hope that it works better for than for poor Tom Hanks.
- The Anathema Graphic Comic Book Series – In a post war-torn galaxy, a band of survivors called The Resistance are in a race against time to destroy an evil demigod.
- FANGIRL – When Alice witnesses a murder, she does the only thing she can think of – hide in plain sight at the world’s largest comic convention!
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- 16 Things You Didn’t Know About The Mad Max Series.
- 34 Badass Minor Characters You Ignored In Famous Movies.
- Andrew Liptak considers John Wyndham and the Global Expansion of Science Fiction
- Are Our Heroines Too Perfect?
- Beyond Blunderdome? Five movies that succumbed to the curse of the threequel.
- Everything You Need To Know About Netflix’s New Show “Sense8.”
- Five Great Genre-Bending Novels Set in Post-1970s Tokyo.
- Georgia Public Broadcasting offers Suggestions For Smart Summer Science Fiction.
- HuffPo picks The Top 10 Science-Themed Movies From The Past 10 Years.
- The New Yorker considers questions surrounding Women in Science Fiction.
- The New Yorker examines The History Lurking Behind Orphan Black.
- Netflix’s new hit series Daredevil is a fascinating, genre-spanning show! It offers a wonderful exploration of the nature of masculinity. So why were its Asian characters so stereotypical? Maybe for the same reason they were absent in Firefly.
- Netflix’s Sens8 Is A Sci-Fi Exploration Of Individuality And Identity.
- Orphan Black Star Expertly Picks Her Clones’ Favorite Films.
- Our universe may be a Matrix-like computer game designed by aliens, says NASA scientist who is totally not stoned.
- The Playlist picks The 25 Best Sci-Fi Films Of The Century So Far.
- Post-apocalypse picks: your favourite end-of-the-world reading.
- Quantum Leap: Den of Geek offers an episode roadmap for beginners.
- Star Trek: 57 nerdy things about the original crew films.
- Star Trek and X-Files Included in the Top 10 Sci-Fi Shows of All-Time.
- SyFy, please give us the insane Brave New World series the world desperately needs.
- Here are some of the best literary tattoos we’ve ever seen!
- Karen Hallion mashes together Beauty and the Beast with Doctor Who in her latest merchandise offering – a pair of painted shoes.
More Fun Stuff
- The 10 best tributes to Terry Pratchett: How fans of the late Discworld author celebrated a hero of literature, using graffiti, secret code, pub signs and tatts.
- Company hosts amateur robot race, which goes about how you’d expect.
- Man Gets What He Deserves When He Interrupts the Ninja Anonymous Meeting.
- On the long trip to Mars, what will astronauts eat? Space-grown salad?
- Photos of Giant Science Facilities That Look Straight Out of Science Fiction.
- Watch a featurette for Mad Max: Fury Road.