Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Sci-Fi Round-Up: January 28, 2015

"Rendezvous point" by Philippines-based Luis Esteves

Interview: Andrew Liptak interviews C.J. Cherryh, author of Peacemaker

Interview: Andrew Liptak interviews Kim Stanley Robinson, author of Aurora.

Interview: Duluth News Tribune interviews Tom Isbell, author of The Prey.

Interview: EW interviews Pierce Brown, author of Red Rising.

Interview: Indian Country interviews Daniel H. Wilson, author of Robopocalypse.

Interview: Risisng Shadow interviews Gareth L. Powell, author of Macaque Attack

Interview: SFX interviews Neal Asher, author of Dark Intelligence.

News: Elon Musk Names SpaceX Drone Ships in Honor of Iain M. Banks

News: Winners of the 2015 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival.

5 Big Geek Movie Questions for 2015

5 Sci-Fi Films We’re Stoked To See From Sundance 2015

7 Essential Non-Fiction Books About Science Fiction & Fantasy.

9 long-stalled sci-fi movies that deserve to be resurrected on television

An Ambiguous Utopia: Science-Fiction and Fantasy as the Solution to our Problems? 
Alien Franchise: Ranking the Movies in Order of Quality

Are sci-fi and fantasy shows being too safe? Agents of SHIELD is mentioned in this piece about the current state of genre television and the line between escapism and tackling big questions. Mild spoilers for other shows.

The B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog on 5 Reasons Discworld Is the Wildest Place Ever.

The B&N Sci-Fi and Fantasy Blog on 8 Social Justice Sci-Fi and Fantasy Novels.

Cecilia Tan on A Look At Bisexuality In Science Fiction.

Cockroaches: why post-apocalyptic Britain isn’t the end of the world after all

The End of Religion: The Meaning of Life on Technology and the Future

Eight Sci-Fi Movies You Probably Missed In 2014, and where you can see them now.

The Guardian asks how bleak should dystopian fiction be?

If Earth falls, will interstellar space travel be our salvation?

Jo Walton names Eight Books From the Last Decade that Made Me Excited About SF.

Paste remembers 10 Overlooked Classics: Dystopian Films

Susan Stepney on The real science of science fiction.

Tor UK offers An Introduction to Neal Asher’s Polity Universe.

Why the House of Stairs Adaptation is Trying to Be the "Anti-Hunger Games"

Why You Love Science Fiction, according to Sci-Fi Bloggers.

William Gibson calls this site "The most Neuromancer thing I’ve yet seen"

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