Interviews & Profiles
- Nerds of a Feather interviews Elizabeth Bear, author of Karen Memory.
- Philly.com interviews Margaret Atwood, author of The Heart Goes Last.
- The Qwillery interviews Nadine Darling, author of She Came From Beyond!.
- Reddit recently held an AMA with the founder of The Mars Generation, a nonprofit focused on exciting kids and adults about space and STEM, Abby Harrison.
- SFFWorld interviews Mark Stone, author of Calasade series.
- Her Universe Launches Her Universe Press, a Publishing Imprint.
Events & Event News
- Acclaimed Author Neil Gaiman To Speak at WV Book Festival.
- Marjorie Liu will appear at Midtown Comics in New York City on Sunday, November 8the from 1:30 – 2:30 PM to sign the first issue of her new comics series “MONSTRESS.” RSVP
- Nick Dragotta (East of West, HowToons) appears at Flying Colors Comics in Concord, CA on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 at 11:00 AM to sign the debut issue of SUPERMAN: AMERICAN ALIEN! RSVP on Facebook.
- The Cora Chronicles: Genesis – Cora, one of the last Sentinels, remains the last line of defense against an enemy laying siege to her planet. With a handful of allies, Cora must find a way to protect the one thing this enemy had come to destroy – the humans.
- Spaceteam – A fast-paced shouting card game where you race to repair your spaceship.
- Universe Game – A space themed board game using marbles dice and discs. Lucky and skillful dexterity is used as you maneuver through the universe.
- 7 Science Fiction Books From The Last 25 Years That You Must Read.
- 9 ways to celebrate Back to the Future Day.
- 10 Movies to Watch After You See Back to the Future Part II.
- 2015, When the Future Was Bright, in Back to the Future.
- A Calaca in a Spacesuit: Confessions of a Sci-Fi Chicano Artist .[via Paul Di Filippo]
- Ann Leckie, author of Ancillary Mercy, names The 10 Best Science Fiction Books.
- Charles Yu on Science Fiction & Fantasy at The New York Times. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Fight back! Why we need angry girls in YA.
- (Give Me That) Old-Time Socialist Utopia. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- The Papyrus explains Why You Should Read Children’s/YA Lit as a College Student.
- The Holy Cosmos: The New Religion of Space Exploration.
- How space travel became the unofficial religion of the USSR.
- Martian Science Fiction Film Hopes to Inspire New Scientists.
- Narrative captivity: Losing Orphan Black for want of a half-fan.
- November 2015 Must Reads in Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.
- Rick Riordan explains how he translated Norse myths for kids in Magnus Chase.
- The Times Herald looks back at What Back to the Future got right about tech.
- What did Back to the Future get right about the future we now live in?.
- What Sci-Fi Gadget Would Be Most Valuable in Real Life? How about an Enterprise?
- Why Doctor Who Still Rules Time and Space After 50 Years.
- The World’s First Computer Programmer Becomes a Comic Book Superheroine.
- 3D Print A Spectacular Kylo Ren Helmet.
- Did you know that The Geek Art Gallery is posting daily Pumpkin Photos for October?
- This BB-8 jack-o’-lantern is definitely the droid you’re looking for.
More Fun Stuff
- Get Your Geek On With These Five Sci-Fi Watch Faces.
- This glove lets someone else control your hand – and it even works on dead people.
- This Handy Tutorial Will Help You Become A War Boy This Halloween.
- How to ruin your life in one easy lesson: Fan Bemoans “Stupid Mistake” at Comic Con.
- Infographic: How Time Travel Works in Science Fiction.
- That Time Jewel Staite Cosplayed As Captain Mal.