Interviews & Profiles
- Lawrence M Schoen interviews Rachel A. Marks, author of Darkness Brutal.
- Leslie Jamison & Ryan Spencer on how movies shape the Apocalypse.
- Majanka Verstraete interviews Barry K. Nelson, author of Obliteration.
- San Francisco Book Review interviews Neal Stephenson, author of Seveneves.
- Slate interviews Ernest Cline, author of Ready Player One.
- Themes of Absence interviews Craig Steven, editor for Beyond Imagination Magazine and Beyond Science Fiction Magazine.
Events & Event News
- A Researcher Made an Organic Computer Using Four Wired-Together Rat Brains Welp. It was nice living outside the Matrix while it lasted.
Events & Event News
- The Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination invites you to “The Physics of Free Will” panel discussion on Thursday, August 6 in UC San Diego’s Atkinson Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. Discussion begins at 6:00PM. Please RSVP.
- Ernest Cline, author of Ready Player One, will appear at Austin Books & Comics in Austin, TX on Saturday, August 1st from noon till 3:00 PM to sign copies of his new book, Armada. And we hear he’s bringing his famous DeLorean, Ecto-88! RSVP on Facebook.
- James Patterson will appear at Barnes & Noble – Union Square on Sunday July 26, 2015 at 2:00 PM to sign the graphic novel ZOO!
- The Museum of Science Fiction’s first physical exhibit, now on display at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, is “The Future of Travel.”
- CodeBots – The Game for Little Programmers! – A game to introduce basic coding concepts to kids. These robots are eager to learn some code.
- Historic Robotic Spacecraft Poster Series Two – Chop Shop’s second series of posters celebrating the most popular and most notable robotic space exploration missions.
- Book Review: Civics Class Has Never Been Better: Last First Snow by Max Gladstone.
- 7 Incredible Science Fiction Films That Uphold the Value of Every Life.
- 8 People Who Didn’t Realize They Were Dead.
- 9 Different Visions Of What Families Will Look Like 50 Years From Now.
- 11 Science Fiction Books That Are Regularly Taught in College Classes.
- The 100 Will Return to “Hardcore Science Fiction” Next Season.
- Alex Garland says his take on Annihilation is more 28 Days Later than Ex Machina.
- Elon Musk Wants You to Build a Pizza Parlor on Mars.
- Five Audio Books you should be listening to right now.
- Luc Besson offers an early sneak peek at his sci-fi epic Valerian.
- How James Patterson’s novel Zoo became a series on CBS.
- Linux creator Linus Torvalds pooh-poohs the Technological Singularity.
- The Mythcreants explore the Implications of Replicator Technology along with Five More Star Trek Technologies Taken to Their Logical Conclusion.
- Never Say Die – SELF/LESS from Science-Fiction to -Fact.
- The New Yorker weighs in on Sympathetic Sci-Fi, such as Sense8.
- The Oakland Futurist considers The Robot Lord Scenario.
- The Perfect Sci-Fi Summer Reading Guide For A Day At The Beach.
- Portents of World Cyberwar: Ghost Fleet is a fictional warning that real-life technologies could expose the U.S. to a devastating attack.
- Time-jumping no longer belongs just to sci-fi television, argues The Vulture.
- “What if Harry Potter Were a Reader?” — SDCC Spotlight on Lev Grossman.
- With Age of Apocalypse hurtling towards us like a life-destroying meteor, now is a good time to look back on how the X-Men franchise made it OK to be a superhero again.
- 2150 Future City 8 by rich35211.
- Ambush by HeliacWolf brings you right into the action!
- Get Your Ass to Mars With This Total Recall Art.
- Tea party on the milky way. by longestdistance.
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