Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Sci-Fi Round-Up: September 23, 2015


A.M. Dellamonica interviews Alex Bledsoe, author of The Hum and the Shiver.

Elizabeth Bear interviews Fran Wilde, author of Updraft.

Marianne de Pierres interviews Jason Hough, author of Zero World.

My Bookish Ways has a roundtable interview with Max Gladstone, Margaret Dunlap, Mur Lafferty and Brian Francis Slattery, the authors that contribute to Bookburners.

Notes from Coode Street interviews Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

The Qwillery interviews Fran Wilde, author of Updraft. interviews Ursula K. Le Guin, author of The Wind's Twelve Quarters. interviews Fran Wilde, author of Updraft. interviews Kristine Kathryn Rusch, author of Masterminds.


7 Speculative Books for People Who Think They Hate Speculative Fiction.

10 Amazing, Complex Girls and Women from Across Sci-Fi & Fantasy.

10 Star Trek original series villains who need to be in the movies.

10 Ways Deep Space Nine is the Best Star Trek Series.

Alternate History Weekly Update asks Do Alternate Historians Hate Steampunk?

The Author of Our Best SF Military Novel Explains the Future of War.

The Best Sci-Fi Series To Watch on TV Right Now.

Bookpage on The best sci-fi and fantasy books of 2015.

Ex-NASA astronaut Franklin Chang talks about The Martian

How Evil SFF Empires Create Ideal Citizens.

Meet The Crew Of Ares 3 In The Martian‘s Official Mission Guide

A new British-based sf/f magazine, The Singularity, launched in September. Issue 1, available on Amazon Kindle, brings readers 10 stories. The Singularity has posted “Everything Old” by Andrew Wilmot as a free read on its website.

OMNI picks the 10 Of The Best Pieces Of Scientific Literature.

Screen Rant on 10 Classic Sci-Fi Movies That Should Be Adapted for TV.

Seth Dickinson on Building A Better Evil Overlord.

The UCSB Current on Dying to Survive in Science Fiction

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