Interviews & Profiles
- GQ interviews Jeff Nichols, director of Midnight Special.
- I Hear of Sherlock interviews Jack McDevitt, author of Beyond Watson.
- Lawrence M. Schoen interviews Fonda Lee, author of Zeroboxer.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Stacey Berg, author of Dissension.
- Terrie Leigh Relf interviews Alan M. Clark, author of The Surgeon’s Mate: A Dismemoir.
- Tor.com interviews Cam Rogers, author of Quantum Break: Zero State.
- Controversial Dystopian Movie Ten Years Wins Best Picture at Hong Kong Film Awards
- Do we live in a special part of the universe? My Mother says yes, but she also claims that the other kids only pick on me because they’re jealous, so…
- International Board on Books for Young People Announces Hans Christian Anderson Award winners, Rotraut Susanne Berner and Cao Wenxuan.
- Mark Hamill Jokes About His Force Awakens Dialogue In Announcement Of New Force for Change Campaign
Events & Event News
- Bookworks, in collaboration with the University of New Mexico Creative Writing program in Albuquerque, New Mexico, presents actress, author and internet phenom Felicia Day on Friday, April 29 at 7:00 PM! RSVP on Facebook
- Aurum: a golden anthology of original novellas – An anthology of awesome speculative novellas from excellent Australian writers to mark Ticonderoga’s 20th year in publishing.
- Lycan – a 13 series SciFi Graphic Novel about modern day “Lycan” or Werewolves, using Historically accurate individuals and places.
- Book Review: Speculative Book Review looks at Zer0es by Chuck Wendig
- 5 of The Greatest Sci-Fi Horror Films Ever Made
- 10 Reasons Why Batman V Superman Can’t Top The Dark Knight Trilogy
- 11 sci-fi and fantasy books for people who don’t like sci-fi and fantasy
- 12 Ways Pixar Beats Disney At Their Own Game
- 13 Things We Want To See In Captain America: Civil War
- 14 Movies from the ’80s Hollywood Shouldn’t Touch. This list needs more sci-fi.
- 15 Directors We Want to See in the DC Universe
- Another Star Wars Hero Is Definitely Coming Back for Episode VIII
- Are we heading towards a singularity of crime? There’s a subject for a sci-fi novel.
- As you might guess, author Jim C. Hines isn’t keen on “Working For Exposure”
- Avengers, Guardians, and Iron Man Composers Discuss Creating Superhero Music
- Can a Creature Be as Big as a Galaxy? Why life is constrained to be about Earth sizes.
- Five Heroines Who Are Better at Kicking Butt Than Keeping a Level Head
- How Hardcore Henry steals gaming’s best tricks for film
- Intelligence Squared Debate: Are Lifespans Long Enough?
- Is It Rude to Touch a Robot’s Butt?
- Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Elon Musk: SpaceX Is ‘Delusional’ About Mars
- Screen Rant explains Why the DC Extended Universe Will Succeed.
- Why virtual worlds will be ‘a very big thing for humanity,’ according to Cyrill Etter, co-founder of the Game Science Center Berlin.
- Why Watchmen Is Still a Fantastic Comic Book Movie
- Claudia Gray’s Star Wars novel Bloodline goes on sale May 3rd. To celebrate, feast your eyes on these ridiculously cool convention exclusive Bloodline posters.
- Guillermo del Toro tweets “This piece of art by Quivery encapsulates EXACTLY the reason why I did the film.”
More Fun Stuff
- 32 Photos of Ray Bradbury on the Internet Move Database site.
- Everything you never suspected about the perils of raising a young Clark Kent.
- Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim and the cast of Legends of Tomorrow spoke to the media at Wondercon 2016, and Convention Scene recorded it!
- Infographic: The future if literature was to be believed
- Read an excerpt from Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire at Gizmodo.
- Rey Receives an Even More Horrifying Vision in This Force Awakens Fan Video
- The Scarlett Johansson Bot Is the Robotic Future of Objectifying Women
- Watch a trailer for the sci-fi action flick The Call Up
- Watch John Boyega and Daisy Ridley Rap About Star Wars: The Force Awakens
- Why lightsabers would be far more lethal than George Lucas envisioned