Interviews & Profiles
- Lev Grossman interviews Gregory Maguire.
- Fantasy Cafe interviews Julie Czerneda.
- Locus magazine interviews Elizabeth Hand.
- The Functional Nerds interview Alma Alexander.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Tim Washburn.
- Rising Shadow interviews Gail Z. Martin.
- Lightspeed Magazine interviews An Owomoyela.
- Lightspeed Magazine interviews Nike Sulway.
- Lightspeed Magazine interviews Blaithiel.
- Redditors interview A.G. Riddle.
- Paste interviews Otto Penzler. [via Bill Crider’s Pop Culture Magazine]
- BVC Announces Pearls of Fire, Dreams of Steel by Deborah J. Ross.
- Available for pre-order from the alawys impressive Haffner Press: Murder Draws a Crowd: The Fredric Brown Mystery Library, Volume One.
- The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens book coming in December.
- Limitless Gets Full Series Order From CBS.
- George Lucas Family Pledges $10 Million to Diverse USC Film Students.
- George Orwell’s Estate Dishes Out Copyright Takedowns on 1984 Merchandise.
Events & Event News
- As part of the Fantastic Fiction free reading series, Ellen Datlow and Matthew Kressel Kathe Koja & Robert Levy, November 18th at KGB Bar in NYC.
- Saturday 21 November 2015 in QUAD, Derby: SLEDGE LIT – Edge Lit’s Christmas Vacation – featuring panels, workshops, and reading on science-fiction, fantasy and horror writing. Featuring Alison Moore, Adam Roberts, Robert Shearman, Charles Stross and many more.
- Adam Christopher’s U.S. book tour for Made to Kill.
- Dragon’s Lair: The Movie by Don Bluth & Gary Goldman.
- PERSONALIFE by Federico & Matteo Paloschi – a fully illustrated book about the the most powerful technology ever created.
- Death Star II – The lost blueprint poster by Carlos Pardo.
- Adrian Van Young offers A Brief Survey of Haunted Houses.
- Angela Blackwell on Silver on the Road by Laura Anne Gilman.
- Cassandra Rose Clarke talks about Our Lady of the Ice.
- CBC on 10 terrifying Canadian books. [via Black Gate]
- Damien Walter on Out with barbarians, in with civil servants: the new age of fantasy.
- Gail Z. Martin on Ghosts and Genre.
- Gail Z. Martin on Ghosts in Alternate History.
- Hodderscape on 8 novels that’ll truly horrify you.
- J.R.R. Tolkien said ‘Film my books? Its easier to film the Odyssey‘. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Jennre on Women in early SF.
- John Scalzi on Here’s the Egregious, Mealy-Mouthed Clump of Bullshit That is the 2015 World Fantasy Convention Harassment Policy.
- K.J. Taylor on Certainty and Doubt.
- Leo Elijah Cristea on Gender and Stereotyping in Fantasy – Part Three: Balance.
- Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) on When Serious Books Come from Silly Places.
- Mythcreants on Five Horror Cliches Waiting to Be Broken. [via Geek Art Gallery]
- Paul Di Filippo on Beneath and Beyond: Cosmic Horror Returns.
- Ross Johnson on 5 Graphic Novels to Read after Watching Supergirl.
- Ryan Britt on Oh, Slippery Slipstream: Who Is the Weirdest Genre of Them All?
- Scott A. Cupp on Count Yorga, Vampire (1970).
- Smart Girls love SciFi on SFR Movie Heroines.
- Tansy Rayner Roberts on SF Women of the 20th Century: Joanna Russ & To Write Like A Woman.
- Whatever on The Big Idea: Lila Bowen.
- Yahoo on 15 Facts You Didn’t Know About the Original Ghostbusters.
- Gallery of Art by author Clark Ashton Smith.
- Halloween sketches by Skull Girl, including this illustration of Ricky on Instagram: “Late again!! ?? Jack Skellington. [via Geek Art Gallery]
- Space Marines vs. Orks by jubjubjedi.
- Jace Highborn by Warren Louw.
- Climbing herbs2, G liulian.
- “Playing the Graveyard” by Charly Chive.
- “Her Domain” by Amanda Makepeace.
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