Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Sci-Fi Round-Up: October 14, 2015

Crystal Sarcophagus

"Crystal Sarcophagus" is a machine for dream analysis. This machine will help psychologists and neuroscientists a lot. Zheng Shiya is in it, and she is just about to wake up. Her dream is fading, and the hood is being open.


Bitch Media interviews Ann VanderMeer, editor of Sisters of the Revolution.

CriticalBlast interviews Harlan Ellison, author of basically every short story ever gutted in the name of an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie.

The Cult of Me interviews Andy Weir, author of The Martian.

Decider interviews Alan Tudyk, star of the new webseries Con Man.

Den of Geek interviews Felicia Day, author of You’re Never Weird on the Internet.

Kirkus TV interviews John Sandford, author of Saturn Run.

Lightspeed Magazine interviews Adrian Tchaikovsky, author of Children of Time.

Paste interviews Jim Butcher, author of The Aeronaut’s Windlass.

The Qwillery interviews Rajan Khanna, author of Rising Tide.

The Qwillery interviews Sarah J. Schmitt, author of It’s a Wonderful Death.

Raymond Bolton interviews Nancy Kress, author of The Best of Nancy Kress.

Reddit recently held an AMA for Ann Leckie, author of Ancillary Mercy and the BSFA and Locus Award-winning Ancillary Sword. You can check out highlights at

Roundtable Podcast interviews Gail Carriger, author of Waistcoats & Weaponry.

Shelfari interviews Jim Butcher, author of The Aeronaut’s Windlass.


6 SF Books to Read if You’re Worried About Climate Change.

7 Science Fiction Books From The Last 25 Years That You Must Read.

7 characters from Doctor Who spin-offs we want to see on TV.

8 Movies That Make Space Seem Absolutely Terrifying.

10 Obscure Sci-fi Games You Should Play.

10 Of The Best Transhumanist Movies Ever Filmed.

20 Books That Offer a Perfect Blend of Sci-Fi and Romance.

The Atlantic explains Why the Mars Movie Is the Space-Age Western.

Barnes and Noble explains The Less is More Rule: Why We Love SF/F Novellas.

The Creator’s Project takes us Inside The Martian’s Sci-Fi Future Spaceship.

How to Write Sci-Fi for the Stage, in 7 Easy Steps.

If You Liked The Martian, You’ll Love These 3 Sci-Fi Shorts.

The Nerdist looks at The Biggest Differences Between The Martian Movie and Novel.

The New York Times on A Star Trek Dream, Spread From Upstate New York.

Now Is Not The Time For Realistic Fiction, Says Margaret Atwood.

OMNI Reboot on 10 Of The Most Terrifying Sci-Fi Movies Of The 1980’s. explains Where to Begin with Margaret Atwood.

A Visual Timeline of the Future based on Famous Fiction.

Watch The Complete Star Wars “Filmumentary”: A 6-Hour, Fan-Made Star Wars Documentary, with Behind-the-Scenes Footage & Commentary.

What “Orwellian” Really Means: An Animated Lesson About the Use of the Term.

With a sci-fi drama as excellent as Humans, who needs high-tech gadgets?

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