Interviews & Profiles
- A Fantastical Librarian interviews Emma Newman, author of Planetfall.
- Litro Magazine interviews Conrad Williams, author of Dust and Desire.
- Marilyn R. Wilson interviews Peter Riva, author of The Path.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Tony Peak, author of Inherit the Stars.
- The Rocket Talk Podcast interviews Matt Wallace and Kameron Hurley, authors of Envy of Angels and Empire Ascendant, respectively.
- SFFWorld interviews C.S. Friedman, author of Dreamseeker.
- Cthulhu Crush Options Popular YA Series “The Dark Numbers” for TV.
- EVE Online Mixes Real-World Science With Science-Fiction in Mini-Game.
- Moon director Duncan Jones is making another sci-fi movie before Warcraft is out. I am super pumped about this. We need more of Jones’ brand of sci-fi.
Events & Event News
- Legendary film composer Hans Zimmer announces first-ever tour.
- Other Worlds Austin Celebrates Women in SF; Fest announces new award.
- Star Trek: Renegades Episodes 2 & 3 – INDEPENDENT STAR TREK FAN-FUNDED INTERNET SERIES WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST OF TREK ACTORS.
- Writer Marjorie Liu (X-23, Black Widow, Astonishing X-Men) will appear at Comicopia on Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 PM to sign the first issue of her new comics series MONSTRESS! RSVP on Facebook.
- Deep Space D-6 — A Solitaire Worker Placement Dice Game. – Become the Captain of a starship! Assign your crew to stations in order to survive uncharted deep space.
- OCCULT GENERATION – A hardboiled sci-fi graphic novel series – The story is set in 1920s NYC featuring the paranormal, queer culture & a secret society in Harlem committed to ending oppression.
- Rockets – A young girl searches for a long-lost family secret in a world that has lost its capacity for wonder.
- Book Review: In Umberto Eco’s Numero Zero, the Conspiracy Is Everywhere.
- Book Review: Space commodity: The Expanse a space opera that shows promise.
- TV Review: Doctor Who gets shockingly contemporary with its Zygon invasion.
- 8 things I learned from The Martian as a young entrepreneur.
- The 100 Greatest Movie Robots of All Time, as chosen by Paste.
- Barnes & Noble looks back at The SF/F We Loved in October.
- CareerBuilder Lists Best Cities To Live In If Zombie Apocalypse Happens.
- Could We Actually Farm On Mars Like the Stranded Astronaut In The Martian?
- Daniel Polansky talks about Building The Builders.
- Do we love robots because we hate ourselves? asks – The Washington Post.
- Kim Stanley Robinson Reimagines His Science in the Capital Trilogy as Green Earth.
- Magnet Mice to Parisian Ribbons: Andrea Cremer on Deadly Steampunk Weaponry.
- Maisie Williams, monsters and sonic shades: are you watching Doctor Who?
- Neil Gaiman Short Stories We Need to See on TV.
- The New Star Trek Series Already Threatens To Be A Flop.
- The New Yorker delves into The Tangled Cultural Roots of Dungeons & Dragons.
- Sleeps With Monsters: Sarah McCarry’s Orphic Metamorphoses.
- Star Trek and streaming: How CBS is betting big on a sci-fi classic.
- T. Frohock asks Is it Grimdark, or is it Horror? in a discussion of genre fiction.
- Tor.com celebrates our Mechanical Friends with all the Robots they could Find.
- Why robots have always scared us: From defecating robot ducks to IBM’s Watson, “Dancing with Droids” explored centuries of ambivalence toward artificial intelligence.
- Writing Sci-Fi for the Stage—and the Ears: The author of The Message (and The Honeycomb Trilogy) presents his four rules for serialized drama.
- Rey Arzeno mashes up Star Wars with the X-Men in “Kurt, I am your Mother.”
- “Tim Burton’s Doctor Who” by IllustratorX.
- What if Disney Princesses got their own Light Sabers?
More Fun Stuff
- 6 movies that blatantly re-used footage from other movies.
- Fisheye Placebo is an excellent new cyberpunk web comic.
- Here’s How You Destroy a 1,058-Piece Lego AT-ST, Ewok-Style.
- The LEGO Dimensions Doctor Who Pack Is Brilliant.
- Read an excerpt from Made to Kill by Adam Christopher at My Bookish Ways.
- Stellar home design inspired by classic science-fiction movies.