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Sci-Fi Round-Up: October 21, 2015

Tuath Space Station by Nikita Blyzniuk

"Tuath Space Station" by Nikita Blyzniuk


The Coode Street Podcast interviews Jonathan Strahan, editor of Meeting Infinity.

In These Times interviews Margaret Atwood, author of The Heart Goes Last.

L. M. Schoen interviews Steve McEllistrem, author of The Devereaux Decision.

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

Matt Staggs interviews Delilah S. Dawson, author of The Perfect Weapon.

The Millions interviews Margaret Atwood, author of The Heart Goes Last.

Omnivoracious interviews John Sandford and Ctein, authors of Saturn Run.

Papermag interviews William Gibson, author of The Peripheral. interviews Margaret Atwood, author of The Heart Goes Last.

The Qwillery interviews Nadine Darling, author of She Came From Beyond!


10 STAR WARS Movie Mistakes You May Have Missed

50 Brilliant Science Fiction Movies That Everyone Should See At Least Once

Alien’s derelict, Event Horizon, and 7 other sinister spaceships to never climb aboard.

Ann Leckie, author of Ancillary Mercy, names The 10 Best Science Fiction Books.

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

Hollywood Reporter on The Problems When Many Writers Work on Star Wars

The Holy Cosmos on The New Religion of Space Exploration.

How space travel became the unofficial religion of the USSR.

Is It Ethically Wrong to Create Ethical Robots?

Is The Martian the Most Important Space Movie Ever Made?

Jeff Somers lists 5 Lost Sci-Fi & Fantasy Novels We’d Love to Read.

Martian Science Fiction Film Hopes to Inspire New Scientists.

Neil Gaiman on Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming.

Ranking the 59 best droids in the Star Wars universe.

SF Won The Culture Wars A Long Time Ago. It's Time Fandom Started Acting Like It.

Science vs Cinema: How Accurate Was Ridley Scott’s The Martian? on The Best Sci-Fi Time Machines Ever.

What Sci-Fi Gadget Would Be Most Valuable in Real Life? How about an Enterprise?

Why Doctor Who Still Rules Time and Space After 50 Years.

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