Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Sci-Fi Round-Up: October 28, 2015


The Book Plank interviews Christopher Fowler, author of The Sand Men.

The Daily Beast interviews Brian K. Vaughan, author of Y: The Last Man.

Kindle Post interviews Ben Aaronovitch, author of Rivers of London.

The LA Review interviews Stephen King, author of The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

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

Reddit recently held an AMA for Linda Nagata, author of The Red: First Light.

Sanford Allen asks Lisa Tuttle, Joe McKinney, Nate Southard, Jeffrey Ford, Jessica Reisman, Gene O’Neill, Tina Connolly, Lori Michelle, and more: What’s the Scariest Short Story You’ve Ever Read?

Suvudu interviews Fran Wilde, author of Updraft.

Vol 1 Brooklyn interviews Laird Barron on Ray Russell’s The Case Against Satan.

Word Horde interviews Silvia Moreno-Garcia, editor of She Walks in Shadows.


Review: Speculiction takes a look at Steampunk ed. by Ann & Jeff VanderMeer, comparing it favorably to the landmark cyberpunk anthology Mirrorshades.

5 Reasons to Read Short Speculative Fiction Anthologies.

9 Reasons Why Mr. Robot Is The Best Show On TV.

11 70s sci-fi movies better than Star Wars, as chosen by Geek.

Andy Weir on his strange journey from self-publishing to Hollywood.

Did Mark Hamill Convince J.J. Abrams to Make Luke Skywalker Evil? Check out this episode of Dinner for Five in 2005.

The Ecological Uncanny: On the Southern Reach Trilogy: Siobhan Carroll on Acceptance and Authority and Annihilation.

Every Big Bang Theory Inside Joke, Alphabetized.

Exploring C. S. Lewis’s Lasting Popularity—52 Years After His Death.

Here’s the Best Science Fiction Discovery of the Year.

Inverse on The Science Fictional History of Zero Gravity Sex.

Moebius and the Key of Dreams: On Jean Giraud’s Astonishing Multiverse.

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

SciFi Ideas asks Is solarpunk the new cyberpunk?

Spiritual Lessons From Sci-Fi: We Love You Ronald D. Moore.

Tansy Rayner Roberts on SF Women of the 20th Century

What makes a book dystopian? asks TimesUnion.

Yahoo on 15 Facts You Didn’t Know About the Original Ghostbusters.

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