Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Sci-Fi Round-Up: November 18, 2015

“Space Station” by Hakob Minasian

“Space Station” by Hakob Minasian


The Book Plank interviews Patrick S. Tomlinson, author of The Ark.

Medium interviews Neal Stephenson, author of Seveneves.

 Mur Lafferty interviews Adam Christopher, author of Made to Kill.

Notes from Coode Street interviews Suzy McKee Charnas and Pamela Sargent, author of the The Shore of Women story collection.

Reddit recently held an AMA for Erin Bow, author of The Scorpion Rules.

Reddit recently held an AMA for G.K. Lamb, author of Filtered.

Sci-Fi Talk has a roundtable discussion with the cast and crew of Into the Badlands. interviews Louise O’Neill, author of Only Ever Yours.


7 Real Issues The Hunger Games Explores, From Celebrity Fame To Child Soldiers.

7 technologies turning science fiction into fact.

8 Reasons Snowpiercer Could Be The Sci-Fi Show You’ve Been Waiting For.

Amazon’s Best books of 2015 includes SF/F titles by Martin, Bardugo, Butcher, Pratchett, Stephenson, Leckie, Novik, Wong, Wallace, Bacigalupi, Gaiman, Henry, and others. Meanwhile, Barnes & Nobles’ The Best Science-Fiction & Fantasy of 2015 are titles by Valente, Dickinson, Leckie, Robinson, Schwab, Cho, Liu, Caine, & Jemisin.

The Atlantic asks Why Are There So Many Catholics in Science Fiction?

Discover asks Which Sci-Fi Films Get Cited in Research?

How Disney Is Making Sure You Can Never Escape Star Wars.

Jeff Somers on The Most Nefarious Corporations in SF/F.

More new Star Wars scenes: How much is too much?

Nadia Bauman looks at what exactly it is that makes Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan’s Saga so popular: “Saga gives a promise of freedom to be whoever we want and make our own choices without fear of being judged or punished.”

OMNI Reboot on 10 Star Wars Jedi Books That Will Bring You To The Light Side.

Our Generation Ships Will Sink writes Kim Stanley Robinson.

Star Trek The Next Generation: An Episode Roadmap for Beginners.

Star Wars: The Psychology of Heroes and Villains.

This sci-fi enthusiast wants to make “solarpunk” happen.

Timothy Sandefur considers The Politics of Star Trek. rounds up Every SFF Adaptation Coming to Television and Movie Theaters.

Why is science fiction so obsessed with Mars?

Why There’s Never Been a Better Time to Be a Sci-Fi & Fantasy Reader.

You Won’t Live to See the Final Star Wars Movie: Disney And Lucasfilm Consider Star Wars To Be The "Forever Franchise"

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