Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Sci-Fi Round-Up: November 25, 2015

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Fast Forward interviews Neal Stephenson, author of Seveneves.

Grim Tidings interviews Michael R. Underwood, author of The Shootout Solution.

Inverse interviews C.A. Higgins, author of Lightless.

Little Red Reviewer interviews Karina Sumner Smith, author of Towers Fall.

My Bookish Ways interviews J.S. Law, author of Tenacity.

The New York Times profiles XKCD’s Randall Munroe.

The Qwillery interviews Danie Ware, author of Ecko Endgame.

Reddit recently held an AMA for Felicia Day, author of You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost) and creator of The Guild.

VanityFair interviews George Lucas about Why He’s Done Directing Star Wars.


10 Sci-Fi Books About Space Travel Fans of The Martian Will Love

10 Storylines from Star Trek: Online for the new Star Trek series.

Bustle lists The 11 Funniest Science Fiction Books.

David Brin on Sci Fi Visons: Gloom vs Optimism.

Farewell to The Hunger Games, the best YA book-to-film adaptation we’ve ever seen.

Have SciFi Ideas? The New Journal of Science Fiction Wants To Hear Them.

Headcannon: Spectre takes place within Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos

How The Hunger Games staged a revolution according to The Guardian

The Hunger Games: How the dystopian film series changed the movie business.

I Don’t Get Star Wars , But I Plan to Change That admits Ava Jarvis, but soon there emerges A New Hope for Understanding Star Wars.

J.J. Abrams explains that new Star Wars: The Force Awakens super-weapon.

Now is the Perfect Time for a New Star Trek Series.

The origins of Star Wars: 12 things you should watch/read.

The Revolution Will Be Illustrated: Two SF Graphic Novels Whose Politics Are Most Relevant Than Ever. It’s an accepted truth that science fiction is only ostensibly about the future—futuristic trappings aside, it’s actually about our…

Star Wars: Battlefront Helped Me Understand How The Empire Lost On Endor. offers A Definitive Ranking of Every MST3K Short.

We Got Revenge of the Sith From the Star Wars Prequels, and that’s what matters.

What Is a Science Fiction Play Anyway? asks AMERICAN THEATRE

Whole New Worlds: How Science Fiction Is Materializing Onstage.

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