Ars Technica interviews Randall Munroe, author of the Thing Explainer.
The Boskone Blog interviews Robert J Sawyer, author of Quantum Night
Civilian Reader interviews Michael Livingston, author of The Shards of Heaven.
Electric Literature interviews Catherynne M. Valente, author of Radiance.
NPR interviews Thomas Levenson, author of The Hunt for Vulcan.
Rising Shadow interviews Oisín McGann, author of The Vile Desire to Scream.
The Rumpus interviews William Gibson, author of The Peripheral.
SFFWorld interviews Mike Resnick, author of The Prison in Antares.
Sleeps With Monsters interviews S.L. Huang, author of Zero Sum Game.
7 fan theories so good they actually came true.
7 SF/F Books for a Speculative Holiday Season The year is drawing to a close, which means the holidays are right around the corner. Whatever traditions you celebrate, whether they involve a dead tree…
10 classic sci-fi novels that would make great TV or movies right now.
10 Reasons why 2001: A Space Odyssey stands as the best Sci-Fi movie ever.
David Bring asks: Are Sci Fi Flicks Getting Better?.
Flash Gordon is 35 years old and it’s STILL better than Star Wars.
Health of Hard Science Fiction in 2015 (Short Fiction) – Greg Hullender of Rocket Stack Rank looks at whether this years stories support claims of doom for Hard SF.
How to Create a Top 100 List for Science Fiction Literature.
Madeleine L’Engle, The YA Author For The Oddball In Everyone.
Nancy Hightower’s Best science fiction and fantasy books of 2015.
Terry Gilliam on the Difference Between Kubrick & Spielberg: Kubrick Makes You Think, Spielberg Wraps Everything Up with Neat Little Bows.
Why Has Hollywood Suddenly Decided Scientists Are Good Looking? As analytical characters step into heroic roles, the Bunsen burner set heats up.
Why There Will Never Be Another Einstein: No modern scientist comes close to Einstein’s moral as well as scientific stature.