Interviews & Profiles
- A.M. Dellamonica interviews Martha Wells, author of Stories of the Raksura.
- Electric Literature interviews Richard Sala, author of Mad Night.
- Jurassic World Director Colin Trevorrow Talks Joss Whedon’s Sexism Criticism.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Clay and Susan Griffith authors of The Shadow Revolution.
- The Qwillery interviews Margaret Fortune, author of Nova.
- USAToday interviews Donna Frelick and Laurie Green, authors of Unchained Memory and Inherit the Stars, respectively.
- YouTuber Presley interview Karen Gillan, star of Doctor Who and Guardians of the Galaxy.
Events & Event News
- John Picacio appears at Dragon’s Lair Austin in Austin, TX from noon till 4PM on June 13th to sign exclusive Game of Thrones prints and demo his Loteria art cards. You can view the cards and also check out his entire Loteria Match Game series for SF Signal here.
- Sci fi author to help open Department 51.
- Champions of Aetaltis: A Heroic Fantasy Anthology – An anthology of heroic fantasy adventures featuring all new stories from some of the best authors in the business.
- Ether Wars: A new dice based RTS Boardgame – A RTS videogame experience translated to the tabletop! Live an epic conflict in a sci fi world. Be the champion of the Ether!
- The Frankenstein Wars – Frankenstein’s secrets raise an unstoppable army from the dead. Rival factions battle for supremacy. Interactive story of war & horror.
- Pillars of Eternity: Lords of the Eastern Reach Card Game – Build cities, raise armies, defeat your enemies in this card game based in the world of Pillars of Eternity.
- TV Review: The Wachowskis’ Sense8 Is Slow, Confusing… And Kind Of Fascinating.
- 8 YA Books That Show How Much Social Media Has Changed The World For Teens.
- 10 Things We Learned From Gillian Anderson’s Dallas Comic Con Panel.
- 12 Predictions Isaac Asimov Made About 2014 in 1964.
- Amanda Palmer on Playing the Hitler Card: We live in an age of endless outrage.
- Barnes & Noble ponders Ancillary Sword‘s chances at this year’s Nebula Awards.
- Can Sense8 Finally Save the Wachiowskis?
- Can’t-Miss Science-Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Books in June.
- Examining Joss Whedon’s binned superhero films: Joss’s unmade comic films.
- Ex Machina and the Reinvention of the Femme Fatale.
- Home, New Home: Five Books About Generation Ships.
- Mark Ruffalo hits out at critics of feminism: “Kiss my ass, you ignorant little jerks.”
- Neil Gaiman shares his personal Credo in a guest piece on The New Statesman.
- Pen-to-paper warriors on summer’s two biggest reads.
- The Re-Masculation of Cyborg asserts that DC Comics may be correcting the problems that blogger Robert Jones Jr. identified in his essay Humanity Not Included: DC’s Cyborg and the Mechanization of the Black Body.
- Sense8: Everything You Need to Know.
- Total Recall at 25: Paul Verhoeven’s sci-fi still shocks.
- Why Facebook Is Evil, According To Mindblowing New Series Mr. Robot.
- Will your pets be robotic in 2050?
- Custom-Made Furiosa Funko Pop! Doll.
- Imperator Furiosa Doll.
- Mad Max Fury Road Ponies by SaveTheWailes.
More Fun Stuff
- The Enduring Appeal of a Meal in a Pill.
- Here’s What it Would Look like if Black Holes Hung in the Night Sky.
- Hubble Images Turned 3D Are Your Best Chance To Fly Through A Nebula.
- I want to believe: This Map Shows UFO Hot Spots Across the United States.
- Pluto and its moons just got a whole lot stranger: A new analysis of data collected by the Hubble Space Telescope suggests that Pluto’s four smallest known moons have been thrown into chaos because of Pluto’s relationship with its largest moon Charon.
- Read an excerpt from Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #1.
- Watch 8 Character Trailers For The Wachowskis’ Sense8.
- Watch a trailer for the film adaptation of Robert C. O’Brien’s novel Z for Zachariah.
- Watch a trailer for AMC’s Creepy New Sci-Fi Series HUMANS.
- What You Learn about Dragons by Dissecting a T. Rex.