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» Best Books of 2008 lists from io9, Bookgasm, and Pat's Fantasy Hotlist

» Independent: John Clute's Forrest J Ackerman obituary

» LA Times Hero Complex blog about Orson Scott Card

» Here's a Godzilla-inspired book trailer for James Morrow's forthcoming Shambling Towards Hiroshima

» Website at the End of the Universe offers its annual calendar

» Odyssey Podcasts features Nancy Kress on writing in scenes

» Terry Pratchett to be knighted: Reuters; BBC; Times Online

» Barnes & Noble: Michael Dirda reviews Hope Mirlees; Paul Di Filippo reviews Benjamin Parzybok's Couch

» Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reviews Howard Waldrop's Other Worlds, Better Lives

» Green Man Review's Elizabeth Bear Edition includes a profile, a toaste, her Winter Queen Speech, a reader's guide, and an interview about food

» Neal Asher has posted his interview with Sci-Fi-London

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing interviews Bear McCreary, composer for Battlestar Galactica and others

» Media Bistro's GalleyCat interviews Tachyon Publications' Jacob Weisman

» Cosmos Magazine has free fiction Delivery, by Trent Jamieson

» Patrick O'Leary's Ding, Ding, Ding -- A Christmas Story

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews Gwyneth Jones' Spirit

» Ellen Datlow's photos from KGB Dec 17th, with Christopher Barzak and Alaya Dawn Johnson

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda on Unearthing Ghostly Tales of Today, about small specialty presses including Ash-Tree Press, Old Earth Books, PS Publishing, Prime Books, Tachyon Press, and others

» Aqueduct Press blog has Best of 2008 essays by Mark Rich, Cynthia Ward and Therese Littleton, Rebecca Ore and Sue Lange, Jeffrey Ford and Wendy Walker, Lisa Tuttle and Cheryl Morgan, and others -- scroll way down on mainpage

» Amazon.com's Omnivoracious has Jeffrey Ford's Top 10 Books of 2008

» The Agony Column has Nalo Hopkinson's and Geoff Ryman's SF in SF interviews, and a review of Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet

» BookSpotCentral has Favorite Reads of 2008 by Valashain, Russel D McLean, Maria Schneider, Victor Gischler, Damon, Jay Tomio, Robert Ward, and others

» Broad Street Review: Tom Purdom Science fiction vs. science fantasy and last month's Philadelphia Science Fiction Conference, Philcon 2008

» Strange Horizons: John Clute reviews Jo Walton

» Estronomicon's Christmas issue is now online

» Elizabeth Hand has posted "Chip Crockett's Christmas Carol" online in its entirety

» CIO interviews Larry Niven, Robert J. Sawyer, Nancy Kress, and Charles Stross

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing interviews Lou Anders

» Rick Kleffel reviews Timecrimes

» SciFiDimensions debates The Day the Earth Stood Still

» Jeff VanderMeer is back to blogging

» Fantastic Literature's latest newsletter is online

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Ward reviews Laura Miller's The Magician's Book: A Skeptic's Adventures in Narnia

» Salon: Rebecca Traister's A spy in the house of Narnia, about Miller's book; excerpt

» Guardian: David Barnett on Forry Ackerman

» Sci Fi Wire: 25 Things We Miss About Uncle Forry

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo on the New Weird

» Coilhouse: David Forbes recalls Delany's Trouble on Triton

» Philosophy Now: Nick DiChario on Kurt Vonnegut

» BookSpotCentral interviews Matthew Stover

» Times Online: Lisa Tuttle's Christmas Books 2008: Sci-fi/fantasy are by Alastair Reynolds, Paul McAuley, Christopher Evans, Alison Goodman, and JRR Tolkien

» LA Times' 25 Favorite Books 2008 includes Stephenson's Anathem; Ed Park's SF picks are by "The Inhabitant", Rosenbaum, Millhauser, Waldrop, Steinmeyer (about Charles Fort), and Millar; and children's picks include Suzanne Collins, Allegra Goodman, Cory Doctorow, and Kristin Cashore

» Also in Sunday's LA Times: Hollywood remakes sci-fi classics with additional sidebar columns about TV and movie SF

» Time Magazine: Richard Corliss on Forrest J Ackerman

» NY Times' 10 Best Books of 2008 includes Steven Millhauser's Dangerous Laughter, a collection by "a master fabulist in the tradition of Poe and Nabo≠kov..."

» December Internet Review of SF has features, criticism, and reviews by Gary Westfahl, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Timothy Miller, Ursula Pflug, Lois Tilton, and others

» Futurismic reviews Fast Forward 2

» Pyr has a Facebook page

» New Apex Magazine has fiction by Joy Marchand, Jennifer Pelland, others; plus an interview with Michael A. Burstein

» ActuSf interviews Sarah Ash

» Dave Langford's Ansible 257

» SF author Frank M. Robinson appears in several scenes, and is credited as a consultant (he was Harvey Milk's speechwriter), in the film Milk, starring Sean Penn and directed by Gus Van Sant; background in his essay Skimmed Milk

» Cosmos Magazine as fiction Loop, by Peter J. Bentley

» Fantastic Literature's December list is online

» SF Chronicle's Michael Berry reviews Stephen King, Joe Hill, Kage Baker

» Ellen Kushner's The Golden Dreydl has been adapted for Broadway, running 6 Dec '08 to 3 Jan '09, with Kushner in the cast; The Klezmer Nutcracker

» On the occasion of Madeleine L'Engle's 90th birthday

» Watch the trailer for Coraline: Windows Media low | high, or Quicktime low | high

» Pyr Books has posted Paolo Bacigalupi's "The Gambler" from Fast Forward 2

» BookSpot Beat talks with Hal Duncan and features the prologue from upcoming Escape from Hell!

» Boston Globe: Peter Bebergal reviews Neal Stephenson's Anathem

» Ellen Datlow's photos from the Nov. 24th SFWA Reception

» Romanian SF site Cititor SF interviews Alistair Rennie

» Guardian profiles Cory Doctorow

» NY Times' Notable Children's Books of 2008 include titles by Suzanne Collins and Cory Doctorow

» LA Times: Ed Park's Astral Weeks column covers David Marusek, Yasutaka Tsutsui, and Ellen Datlow's Del Rey Book of Science Fiction and Fantasy

» Sci Fi Weekly's John Clute reviews David Marusek

» San Francisco Chronicle's Michael Berry selects Holiday Books: Science Fiction by Clarke & Pohl, Gaiman, Gischler, Gregory, King, Harkaway, Kress, the VanderMeers, Stephenson, and Walton

» Kansas City Star's Robert Folsom picks F/SF titles by Bear, Bear, Card, Cooper, Haldeman, Kerr, McDevitt, Sanderson, Stross, and West

» NY Times Book Review: Charles Taylor reviews Stephen King's Just After Midnight - "it often reminds you of how King's writing has moved beyond its genre roots"

» Ellen Datlow's photos from KGB's Nov. 19th reading with Caitlin Kiernan and Benjamin Parzybok

» LA City Beat: Angels and Aliens, how SF slays the city, by Richard Foss

» Dead of the Day interviews Lou Anders

» Quarterly e-zine Aeon Speculative Fiction is suspending publication

» GalleyCat updates Tobias S. Buckell, recently hospitalized

» Walter Jon Williams chatted to a space being for 30 minutes -- International Space Station mission commander, and fan, Col. Michael Fincke

» Rick Klaw reviews Bradley Denton's Laughin' Boy

» Best SF Presents resumes posting stories with Tony Ballantyne's A New Beginning

» Shiny Issue 5 has YA stories by Bren MacDibble, Michael Merriam, and Rhonda Parrish

» PBS' MediaShift: Pulp Magazines Struggle to Survive in Wired World

» BookSpot Beat talks with Jetse de Vries about optimistic SF

» Fantastic Literature's November list is now online

» The Endeavour Award is auctioning two figurines given by Hayao Miyazaki to Ursula K. Le Guin, beginning this Saturday, 22 November

» January '09 Asimov's SF features posted online include Sheila Williams' editorial, Paul Di Filippo's On Books, James Patrick Kelly's On the Net: Hear Now, and Robert Silverberg's "Reflections" column Hic Rhodus, Hic Salta

» Boston Globe interviews Peter Straub about Poe's Children and horror in general; also, Erica Noonan reviews Stephen King's Just After Sunset, and David Mehegan interviews Gregory Maguire

» Reason Magazine's article about Tor Books asks When is a mainstream publisher also an anti-authoritarian propagandist?

» December Intergalactical Medicine Show has stories by David Farland, Orson Scott Card, Marie Brennan, and others, plus an interview with Harry Turtledove

» Mid-November SF Site reviews C.L. Moore, Alastair Reynolds, John Kessel, Kim Harrison, Michael Moorcock, John Scalzi, City of Ember, and others

» SciFiDimensions podcasts an interview with Lou Anders and reviews Fast Forward 2

» AfterElton's 50 Best Gay Books include titles by Michael Chabon, Perry Moore, Jim Grimsley, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Steve Berman, and Ellen Kushner

» Chasing Ray (Colleen Mondor) interviews Ellen Datlow about editing adult vs YA, genre vs non-genre

» Book View Cafe offers free fiction and blog posts by Ursula K. Le Guin, Vonda N. McIntyre, Anne Harris, Brenda Clough, Jennifer Stevenson, and others

» StarShipSofa's weekly podcasts include an interview with Hal Duncan and stories by Paul Di Filippo and Gord Sellar

» Variety: Brian Yuzna will produce three 3-D movies including an adaptation of Terry Bisson's "Necronauts"

» Beneath Ceaseless Skies has new fiction by Charles Coleman Finlay & Rae Carson Finlay, Marie Brennan, and others

» BookSpotCentral interviews Brent Weeks and interviews Tobias S. Buckell

» Concatenation has PDF A Better Mousetrap, by Mike Resnick, from Nature's futures series

» Paradox Magazine: Greg Beatty reviews Harry Turtledove's After the Downfall

» Amazon UK's Best SF & Fantasy Books in 2008 are by Peter F. Hamilton, Terry Pratchett, Neal Stephenson, Neil Gaiman, J.R.R. Tolkien, Alan Campbell, Peter V. Brett, Liz Williams, Nick Harkaway, and Adrian Tchaikovsky

» Guardian: Ian McDonald's Brasyl is one of 20 finalists for the multi-genre, £50,000 biannual Warwick Prize -- whose judging panel is chaired by China Miéville

» New Scientist's science fiction special includes Marcus Chown asking Is science fiction dying? and contributions from Margaret Atwood, Stephen Baxter, William Gibson, Ursula K. Le Guin, Kim Stanley Robinson, and Nick Sagan

• Locus Magazine is having an end-of-year sale on Back Issues

» redOrbit: Ray Bradbury is guest programmer on Turner Classic Movies this month

» Hollywood Reporter: HBO has ordered a pilot based on George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones

» Cosmos Magazine has new story A Place to Call Home, by Amber D. Sistla

» The New Yorker has story Lostronaut, by Jonathan Lethem

» Press release: Prometheus Books Enters the Mass Market Paperback Format With Series on Pyr Imprint

» November Clarkesworld Magazine has fiction by Mike Resnick & Lezli Robyn and by Simon DeDeo, and nonfiction by Jason S. Ridler and Catherynne M. Valente

» Orbit Books is giving away a chain mail T-shirt to celebrate the release of K.J. Parker's The Company

» Amazon's Omnivoracious interviews Lou Anders

» Pat's Fantasy Hotlist interviews Tom (The Stormcaller) Lloyd

» SF Signal interviews Kit Reed

» Fantastic Reviews interviews Daryl Gregory and reviews Pandemonium

» Matt Hughes has posted Jay Lake's introduction to Hughes' novel Template

» Steven Savile and David Niall Wilson are posting in-progress Weird Western novel Nanowrimo - "think Carnivale meets Clive Barker by way of Ray Bradbury"

» Dominic Green has placed three unsold novels on his website -- Smallworld, Abaddon, and Saucerers and Gondoliers

» Remembrances and assessments of Michael Crichton: USA Today, Mark Steyn, Michael Berry in San Francisco Chronicle, Alan Cooperman in Washington Post, Ronald Bailey in Reason, and Dave Itzkoff in New York Times, who says Crichton was "too big for the 25-cent bin of genre fiction"

» Ellen Datlow's photos from World Fantasy Con; John Picacio's con report; Lou Anders' con report

» LA Times: Carolyn Kellogg reviews Jeffrey Ford's The Drowned Life

» Time Online: Tom Shippey reviews Neal Stephenson's Anathem

» Jeff VanderMeer blogs about Amazon's top SF/F of 2008 list

» Eos' latest free e-book is Adam-Troy Castro's Emissaries from the Dead, available til the end of December

» Jetse de Vries will edit anthology Shine for Solaris Books -- for "optimistic SF" (press release)

» Amazon.com's Best of 2008: SF & Fantasy list has titles by Slattery, Ford, O'Connell, Lanagan, Stephenson, McDermott, Graham, Winterson, Banks, and Novik; the teens list includes Anderson, Collins, Link, Ness, Gaiman, and Doctorow; the editors' top 100 picks include Anderson, King, Collins, Rushdie, Stephenson, Gaiman, Lanagan, Ness, and Doctorow

» Publishers Weekly is out with Best Books of the Year, including SF/F/H titles by Adams, Bacigalupi, Bear, Bear, Lebbon, Shawl, and Walton, and children's fiction titles by Anderson, Collins, Doctorow, Lanagan, and Pratchett

» New Internet Review of SF has essays by Jay Lake & Ruth Nestvold, Mark Cole, and Jason Ridler, and reviews of books by Tan, Dozois & Strahan, Datlow, Egan, and of short fiction

» Dave Langford's Ansible 256

» Bookslut: Paul Kincaid's Genre at the End of Time

» Neth Space interviews Daryl Gregory

» Night Shade Books launches titles on Baen's WebScription Ebooks

» Clarion Workshop chats with NEA's Dana Gioia about SF, fantasy, and NEA's Big Read

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Gregory Maguire

» LA Times: Ed Park reviews John Langan and Benjamin Rosenbaum

» NPR: The Modern Vampire: Bloodthirsty, But Chivalrous

» Wall Street Journal: Laura Miller on vampires: Real Men Have Fangs

» Odyssey Podcasts features James Maxey on writing strong openings

» Estronomicon's Halloween Special issue is online

» SF Poetry Association offers a Halloween Poetry Reading with MP3/WAV downloads of spooky verse by David Lee Summers, Ann K. Schwader, Deborah P Kolodji, Mike Allen, and many others

» Publishers Weekly: Mindy Klasky on Genre Hopping

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing features Elizabeth Bear and Tobias Buckell

» Fantastic Literature's November book list is online

» Dallas Morning News profiles Paul Riddell about carnivorous plants

» Taral Wayne is winner of this year's Rotsler Award, honoring artistic achievement in amateur SF publications - formal announcement 29 Nov at LosCon

» Tor.com has new story A Water Matter, by Jay Lake

» Electric Velocipede has posted three stories from its upcoming #15/16 double issue, by Patrick O'Leary, Jonathan Wood, and Patricia Russo

» BookSpot Central chats with Jeff VanderMeer about his new Predator novel

» Bookgasm chats with Al Sarrantonio about Halloween

» Twelfth Planet Press releases the first in their ongoing novella†series: Angel Rising by Dirk Flinthart

» Issue #2 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies has fiction by Chris Willrich and Yoon Ha Lee

» NPR: Robert Krulwich interviews Brian Greene about Icarus at the Edge of Time

» LA Times: Kelly Link is armed to disarm teen readers

» Guardian Blog: Sam Jordison on The Hugo award winner that spawned a Pulitzer prize winner

» Independent: John Clute's obituary of Barrington J. Bayley

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews Jonathan Carroll's The Ghost in Love

» Juno Books offers free PDF download Five Classic Ghost Stories: A Halloween Treat

» NY Times: Terrence Rafferty's horror column covers "Shelley's Daughters" -- including Sara Gran, Alexandra Sokoloff, Sarah Langan, and Elizabeth Hand

» Salon: John Marks talks with Stephen King about God and politics

» Photos from Thomas M. Disch's Wake in New York City

» The Word: long podcast interview with Neal Stephenson

» MIT Technology Review has new fiction by Daryl Gregory, Glass, plus a profile of Algis Budrys, and Budrys' 1959 story The Distant Sound of Engines

» Studies in the Fantastic is a new journal, edited by S.T. Joshi, from University of Tampa Press - first issue now available

» vMeme21 is a new market for "Wellsian SF"

» December issue Asimov's SF online features include Robert Silverberg's column, Peter Heck's book reviews, and excerpts from stories by David Ira Cleary and Tim Sullivan

» Boston Globe: Katherine A. Powers reviews The New Annotated Dracula and a new edition of Wyndham's The Chrysalids

» Denver Post: Fred Cleaver reviews Howard Waldrop's Other Worlds, Better Lives

» Barnes & Noble: Paul Di Filippo's new column The Speculator begins with reviews of recent books by Thomas M. Disch

» Liquid Imagination is a new fantasy ezine with fiction, poetry, and interviews

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing features E.E. Knight

» Mark Heath's Cartoons site features a "Cartoon Engine", and an essay about it by Paul Di Filippo

» Spacesuits and Sixguns Issue #5 has fiction by Steven Utley & Howard Waldrop, Rhonda Eudaly, Rachel Swirsky, and Lon Prater

» SpaceWesterns.com 100th feature is a reprint of Bruce McAllister's "Kin"

» San Francisco Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Jo Walton, Neil Gaiman, Jonathan Carroll

» Ellen Datlow: photos from October 15 KGB reading celebrating the anniversary of Weird Tales

» F&SF: article by Susan Elizabeth Lyons, Women Writing Science Fiction: Some Voices from the Trenches

» Polu Texni, a new webzine devoted to speculative or weird fiction and art, debuts with Michael A. Burstein, Jack Skillingstead, Adam Rurik, and Vera Nazarian

» Alexander Besher's new novel Manga Man goes live later this month

» Neth Space interviews Matthew Stover

» Green Man Review looks at Patricia A. McKillip

» BookBrunch: J.G. Ballard is working on a new book, Conversations with My Physician: The Meaning, if Any, of Life

» Sunday NY Times Book Review: Dave Itzkoff reviews Neal Stephenson's Anathem: "I'm not entirely sure it's a novel"

» Skeptical Inquirer remembers Arthur C. Clarke, with Martin Gardner, James Randi, and others

» NY Times: Ridley Scott will film Joe Haldeman's The Forever War

» Associated Press: caregiver Sue Stewart has been awarded copyrights and royalties to Andre Norton's works, though fan Victor Horadam retains royalties on works published after Norton's death

» Washington Post: Edward Champion reviews Gene Wolfe, Nancy Kress, Leslie What, Benjamin Rosenbaum

» Times Online: Lisa Tuttle reviews Neal Stephenson, Greg Bear, Alison Goodman

» Tor.com has a new story by Rudy Rucker

» Huffington Post: Jeff VanderMeer on political fiction by Slattery and De Lillo

» ActuSf interviews Hal Duncan

» Estronomicon e-zine is back in production

» Daily Mail: Terry Pratchett writes about Alzheimer's

» Rocky Mountain News: New Hat, by Connie Willis

» October Internet Review of SF has features and essays by Ruth Nestvold & Jay Lake, Alma Alexander, Nick Mamatas, and Niall Harrison's review of Anathem

» Debut Expanded Horizons, "Speculative Fiction For The Rest Of Us", features Joe Haldeman, Paul Levinson, Claude Lalumière

» Oct-Dec ChiZine features three short story contest winners, including Paul Tremblay's 1st-place the blog at the end of the world

» Odyssey podcasts features Barry B. Longyear on revision

» SciFiDimensions interviews Tobias S. Buckell and reviews Sly Mongoose

» Beneath Ceaseless Skies has fiction by Chris Willrich and David D. Levine

» Small Beer Press is holding a October Celebration Sale with 20% of proceeds to Barack Obama's campaign; also, Kelly Link has released Magic for Beginners as a free Creative Commons-licensed download

» io9 solicits political advice and celebrates the DVD release of The Starlost

» LA Times: Edward Champion reviews Thomas M. Disch's The Wall of America; and (online only) Ed Park reviews Howard Waldrop's Other Worlds, Better Lives: Selected Long Fiction

» Telegraph: Andrew McKie reviews Anathem: "I think this novel is wonderful. But let's be clear: there is plenty to put you off."

» Salon's Laura Miller plugs Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book (scroll down)

» Pyr Books has posted Paul Cornell's "Catherine Drewe", a complete story from just published anthology Fast Forward 2

» io9 interviews Frank Wu about his giant space chicken

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing interviews Jason Stoddard

» Fantastic Literature's October book list is online; also, owner Simon Gosden is interviewed here and here

» Dave Langford's Ansible 255

» Tor.com has new fiction "Catch 'Em in the Act" by Terry Bisson

» Lone Star Stories #29 has fiction and poetry by Hal Duncan, Elizabeth Bear, Jaime Lee Moyer, Rusty Barnes, Ann Leckie & Rachel Swirsky, Sonya Taaffe

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Gene Wolfe's An Evil Guest: "The sheer telling of Wolfe's tale exhibits all his patented deftness, slyness, and misdirecting sleight-of-hand"

» Horrorworld.org has a new Halloween story "Simple", by Al Sarrantonio

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews Max Page's The City's End

» Mur Lafferty interviews Connie Willis at BaltiCon - part 1, part 2

» Among Time Magazine's Heroes of the Environment 2008 is Kim Stanley Robinson

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Allegra Goodman's YA The Other Side of the Island -- "a dystopian page-turner" -- and Michael Dirda reviews Terry Pratchett's YA Nation -- "terrific, thought-provoking"

» The Independent: Nicholas Tucker reviews Pratchett's Nation - "one of his finest books yet"

» Rocky Mountain News interviews Connie Willis (contributor to A Dozen on Denver)

» SF Poetry Association posts 2008 poetry contest winners by Marion E. Boyer, Elizabeth Barrette, and Frances Shi

» Baltimore City Paper's Teen Screams discusses dark YA fiction, including genre books by Berman, Anderson, Westerfeld, and others

» BookSpotCentral chats with Adrian Tchaikovsky, author of Empire in Black and Gold

» Wildside Books is having a sale, through Halloween

» Hollywood Reporter: Steven Spielberg acquires rights to John Wyndham's Chocky

» The David Gemmell Legend Award will be presented beginning 2009 for "a work written in the 'spirit' of the late, great David Gemmell, a true Master of Heroic Fantasy"

» Tachyon Publications' 13th anniversary party included presentation of Emperor Norton Awards to Cory Doctorow and Jack Rems

» The Danforth Review presents Terence M. Green's "V-Day"

» Maine Portland Press Herald: article about Steve Miller and Sharon Lee

» Ellen Datlow: photos from the Sept. 17th KGB reading with Holly Black and Lauren McLaughlin

» Cosmos Magazine has fiction Micro Expressions by Stephen Gaskell

» Debut issue of Transformative Works and Cultures includes Michael Arnzen on teaching horror, Francesca Coppa on women and Star Trek

» Neth Space reviews Daryl Gregory's Pandemonium

» The Wit of the Staircase is about the Robert Jordan/Wheel of Time film documentary

» Postscripts will shift from a quarterly 'magazine' to a quarterly anthology (scroll down)

» Space and Time Magazine is reopen to submissions, until Nov. 30th

» Beneath Ceaseless Skies is a new webzine of literary adventure fantasy

» Electric Velocipede is running a subscription drive

» Guardian: Eoin Colfer to write sixth Hitchhiker's Guide book

» SFWA News: Janis Ian named Toastmistress for 2009 Nebula Awards banquet in Los Angeles

» Tor.com offers free e-books from Will Shetterly and Emma Bull, both World Fantasy Award nominated novels

» The Agony Column interviews Kathleen Ann Goonan

» F&SF has posted George Guthridge's topical Nine Whispered Opinions Regarding the Alaskan Secession, from its July 2004 issue

» LA Times: Neal Stephenson takes the long view

» The writer of Spore has revealed himself -- Walter Jon Williams

» McSweeney's: Selections from H.P. Lovecraft's Brief Tenure as a Whitman's Sampler Copywriter (by Luke Burns)

» John Joseph Adams The Living Dead website has several free stories & excerpts and author interviews

» Jeff VanderMeer recaps his European Trip: Parcon, Prague, Romania, Beer, and More

» SciFiDimensions podcasts Ben Bova

» RevolutionSF: Rick Klaw interviews Patrice Sarath

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing podcasts Sean Williams

» Salon: Remembering David Foster Wallace

» Teresa Nielsen Hayden suffers minor heart attack

» NY Times Book Review: Austin Grossman reviews Cory Doctorow's Little Brother: "An entertaining thriller and a thoughtful polemic on Internet-era civil rights..."

» Jeff VanderMeer at B&N reviews Anathem; Torque Control has more links

» LA Times' Geoff Boucher blogs about Christopher Priest's Inverted World

» Concatenation's Autumn Newscast covers awards, people, film, book trade, etc.

» Salon: Andrew Leonard reviews Anathem: "simultaneously a philosophical argument and a ripping good yarn"

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Neal Stephenson's Anathem: it "will certainly be admired for its intelligence, ambition, control and ingenuity. But loved? Enjoyed?"

» LA Times Book Review: Laura Miller reviews Neal Stephenson's Anathem: "a ripping good yarn about philosophy"

» September Internet Review of SF interviews Cory Doctorow and has reviews and features by Lois Tilton, Cynthia Ward, Jay Lake & Ruth Nestvold, and others

» Discover Magazine blogs about Greg Egan's Incandescence

» Comic Book Resources interviews Harlan Ellison

» Sci Fi Weekly's John Clute reviews James Patrick Kelly; and Pamela Sargent reviews Howard Waldrop's Other Worlds, Better Lives

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Paul Auster's Man in the Dark

» Mythic Delirium features poems by David C. Kopaska-Merkel and Gene Van Troyer

» Tom Purdom has posted a new installment of literary memoir "When I Was Writing"

» iO gallery, in Cornwall Bridge CT, has a Michael Whelan exhibit opening Sept 6th

» San Francisco Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Daryl Gregory, Andrew Davidson, Nick Harkaway

» Dave Langford's Ansible 254

» Rick Kleffel has a two-part interview with Clive Barker

» Odyssey Podcasts presents Craig Shaw Gardner on humor in speculative fiction

» BBC News: BBC Radio and TV producer Geoffrey Perkins, who produced radio series "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", has died in a road accident

» Discover Magazine: Neal Stephenson Returns

» Wall Street Journal reviews Dozois' Year's Best SF

» Cosmos Magazine has free fiction Frame of Mind, by Christopher East

» Night Shade Books has an interview with Greg Egan and excerpts from Incandescence

» Village Voice: Elizabeth Hand reviews Deb Olin Unferth's Vacation

» Tor.com has new story Shade, by Steven Gould

» SFScope still has a few copies of Masters of Science Fiction DVD to give away

» John Alan Simon talks about adapting Philip K. Dick's Radio Free Albemuth into a film

» New York Times on Vernor Vinge and the Singularity

» LA Times reviews Damien Broderick's Year Million; earlier, Del Howison reviews Joe Lansdale's Leather Maiden

» Locus wishes Ray Bradbury a happy 88th birthday today; and check out this vintage product endorsement by Bradbury [via SF Signal]

» SFWA will honor M.J. Engh as Author Emerita at the 2009 Nebula Awards Weekend in Los Angeles

» Anticipation, the 2009 World SF Convention in Montrťal, will present a Special Category Hugo Award for Best Graphic Story (press release [doc])

» Tor.com: David D. Levine reports (at length) from Mike Brotherton's NASA-sponsored boot camp to teach astronomy to SF writers

» LA Times: Michael Chabon on 'writers who can dwell between worlds'

» Writer's Voice interviews John Kessel

» FANZINE has new fiction "Mankind Through the Ages" by Scott Bradfield

» The Dr. Howard Gluss Show interviews Robert J. Sawyer

» SciFiDimensions podcasts an interview Richard K. Morgan and reviews The Steel Remains

» Torque Control offers lists of top 20 fantasy novels and reviews Neal Stephenson's Anathem

» Apex Publications is holding its annual Halloween short fiction contest

» Publishers Weekly interviews Liz Williams

» Nebula Awards site: Charles Tan interviews Matt Hughes

» Neth Space interviews John Scalzi

» Fantasybookspot reviews Scalzi's Zoe's Tale

» John Picacio has a report with photos from Armadillocon 30

» L.A. Times: Anne Boles Levy reviews John Kessel's The Baum Plan for Financial Independence

» Jeff VanderMeer is blogging political fiction for Huffington Post

» Cheryl Morgan captures Denvention's 20 Essential Books of the Past 20 Years panel; Niall Harrison summarizes

» Scott Edelman has posted his photos from Denvention 3

» John Joseph Adams reports on Denvention's VIP tour of NORAD

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing features Clarion graduates

» Denvention reports and photos from Ellen Datlow, David Louis Edelman, Pyr, John Picacio (photos and report)

» NPR talks with Michael Chabon about the Hugo Awards

» The Masters of Science Fiction DVD, including two episodes not broadcast, is subject of a give-away contest at SF Scope

» Globe and Mail: Spider Robinson reviews Cory Doctorow

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Stephenie Meyer

» io9's Annalee Newitz reports on Worldcon sidetrip to NORAD, with Anders, Sawyer, Bacigalupi, Marusek, and others

» Bend, Oregon Bulletin: The Shire goes into foreclosure

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Clarke & Pohl's The Last Theorem

» Kenneth R. Johnson has posted an Bibliography of SF Pornography

» August Internet Review of SF has features by Daniel M. Kimmel and Nick Mamatas and pieces about Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Silverberg, and C.M. Kornbluth

» August Clarkesworld Magazine features Yoon Ha Lee, Meghan McCarron, Theodora Goss, and Gene Wolfe

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews Nick Harkaway's The Gone-Away World

» Guardian blogs about UK chances for Hugo Awards

» Truthdig's Steve Wasserman chats with Ray Bradbury (videos and transcript)

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing features Nalo Hopkinson and Geoff Ryman

» F&SF reprints Rand B. Lee's "Tales from the Net: Coming of Age Day" from Dec 2003

» John Joseph Adams is reading for new anthology Federations

» Dave Langford's Ansible 253

» Times Online: Lisa Tuttle reviews Stross, Baxter, Fenn

» LA Times: David L. Ulin reviews Harry Turtledove's The Valley-Westside War

» Transcriptase is available for writers offended by Helix editor William Sanders' remarks last month; this is what happened; Ansible 253 has a summary

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing has a Comic-Con report and reviews of new books by Tobias Buckell and T.A. Pratt

» Baltimore City Paper: Adrienne Martini reviews Charles Stross' Saturn's Children

» Kathryn Cramer has photos from Confluence, from Readercon, and from New York Review of Science Fiction's 20th anniversary party

» io9 recaps Readercon panel Why Aren't Aliens Talking to Us?

» August Lone Star Stories has fiction and poetry by Jo Walton, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, Hal Duncan, Mikal Trimm, J.C. Runolfson, and Sonya Taaffe

» Black Gate has a free PDF download of Issue #12

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing features Neil Gaiman

» New pro-rate, online "literary adventure fantasy" magazine Beneath Ceaseless Skies is open to submissions August 1st

» CNN on Arthur C. Clarke's last novel

» Boston Globe's Mark Feeney reviews Philip K. Dick's new Library of America volume Five Novels of the 1960s and 70s

» The International Association of Media Tie-In Writers' Scribe Awards, announced this past weekend at Comic-Con, include the Grandmaster Award to Alan Dean Foster

» Wizards of the Coast has cancelled its Discoveries imprint for original, non-gaming related novels

» Audible.com's free trial offer continues

» Scott Edelman has photos from Comic-Con

» Ellen Datlow has photos from the KGB's Shirley Jackson Award fundraiser

» L.A. Times interviews Michael Chabon about genre and serious fiction

» Washington Post interviews Benjamin Rosenbaum

» July Broadsheet has interviews with L. Timmel Duchamp and Catherynne M. Valente; plus Sheila Finch, Jennifer Pelland, reviews

» Audible.com offers free download of audiobook "The Disappeared" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, through July 24th. Audible.com also offers an additional audiobook free with a free trial offer.

» And here are Ellen Datlow's photos from Readercon

» Scott Edelman's photos from Readercon

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Victor Gischler, Nancy Kress, David J. Schwartz

» NY Times Book Review: Dave Itzkoff reviews Michael Moorcock's Elric

» John Murray aka Mervius (of now-defunct Fantastica Daily) is now reviewing for Movies Schmovies!

» Eileen Gunn's The Infinite Matrix has posted Cory Doctorow reprint Nimby and the Dimension Hoppers and stories by Jasmina Tesanovic and Yanna Dubinianska

» LA Times: Gregory Benford & Elisabeth Malartre, 'Wall-E's' world may not be so far away

» Ellen Datlow's photos from KGB's July 16th reading with John Kessel and JoSelle Vanderhooft

» YouTube: BBC interview with John Wyndham

» SF Site for mid-July interview Terry Brooks and has reviews of A. Lee Martinez, Peter F. Hamilton, short fiction, and others

» Some Fantastic's June issue (PDF download) has features and reviews on Cory Doctorow, The New Space Opera, The New Weird, and more

» Pyr interviews Robert Silverberg

» SciFiDimensions Podcast interviews Ken MacLeod

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing podcasts James Patrick Kelly and Matthew Wayne Selznick

» Fantasybookspot interviews Gregory Frost

» Tor.com launches this Sunday, July 20th

» Andre-Norton.org's Sue Stewart has posted an official response to the Associated Press article last week about problems with Norton's estate

» Bloggasm: Did Tor's free ebooks affect sales?

» DreamHaven Books in Minneapolis is moving (and downsizing) beginning August 30th

» The KGB Fantastic Fiction Online Raffle runs July 14th-28th, raffling off donations from well-known authors, editors, artists, and agents to help support the reading series

» LA Times: James Sallis remembers Thomas M. Disch

» Fanzine: Scott Bradfield remembers Thomas M. Disch

» Time Magazine's Summer Reading - Famous Authors' Guilty Pleasures includes Barbara Ehrenreich on Ian McDonald's River of Gods

» Challenger Fanzine has posted Issue #28

» Cosmos Magazine has original fiction by Jason K. Chapman and by Matt Weber

» Entertainment Weekly's cover story this week is about Stephenie Meyer's 'Twilight' series

» NY Times Book Review: Donna Freitas reviews Nnedi Okorafor-Mbachu's The Shadow Speaker

» SF Chronicle: Damon Poeter on Steampunk's subculture revealed, with references to Gibson & Sterling, Jess Nevins, and the VanderMeers

» Forbidden Planet is hosting a 30th anniversary poll of the most outstanding moments in Sci/Fi, fantasy and cult entertainment over the last 30 years

» New blog Weird Universe is by Alex Boese, Paul Di Filippo, and Chuck Shepherd

» Fantasybookspot features an excerpt from "Bell, Book, and Candle" by Leah Bobet from new anthology Clockwork Phoenix

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing has a new website, with a show featuring Kelly Link and Lou Anders

» SF Reviews.net reviews John Scalzi's Zoe's Tale

» CNN: Andre Norton's estate in dispute

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews Greg Bear's City at the End of Time

» Publishers Weekly talks with Daryl Gregory, author of forthcoming Pandemonium

» Washington Post: John Clute reviews Jeanette Winterson, Walter Jon Williams, Jay Lake, Paul Park

» Reprint of classic 1945 NF title Names on the Land by Earth Abides author George R. Stewart is reviewed by L.A. Times' Susan Salter Reynolds and Slate's Matt Weiland

» London Review of Books: Stephen Burt reviews Philip K. Dick's Library of America volumes (Five Novels of the 1960s & 70s is due July 31st)

» Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show for July has fiction by Peter S. Beagle, David Coe, Ken Scholes, and others, plus an interview with Esther Friesner -- and a new Ender story by Orson Scott Card

» The University of Liverpool has bestowed honorary degrees upon Brian Aldiss, Elvis Costello, and others

» Weird Tales is cosponsoring new play "Without Whom", by R.J. Downes, inspired by the life of Marguerite & Ray Bradbury, running 2-12 July at the Toronto Fringe Festival; more info at Triple Take Productions

» Internet Review of SF for July remembers Algis Budrys, interviews Jack Skillingstead, features Japanese SF, and reviews Stephen Baxter, among much else

» ChiZine #37 has fiction and poetry by Nadia Bulkin, Richard Larson, Leslie Claire Walker, Colleen Anderson, Leah Bobet, Jason Ridler, and David Tallerman, plus a column by David Niall Wilson

» SciFiDimensions podcasts an inteview with James Morrow

» SFRevu for July has interviews with Paolo Bacigalupi and Mike Carey, and lots of reviews

» SF Crowsnest interviews Robert J. Sawyer, Jay Lake, and Nancy Kress

» The Speculative Literature Foundation's Gulliver Travel Research Grant is open to applications until Sept. 30th

» ActuSf interviews Kristine Kathryn Rusch

» Dave Langford's Ansible 252

» Night Shade Books interviews Walter Jon Williams with links to free excerpts of his new novel Implied Spaces

» David Louis Edelman is hosting Summer book giveaway contests

» SFWA's Nebula Awards website is open for beta testing; news item

» SF Weekly has a 2001 interview with Arthur C. Clarke by George Zebrowski

» Omnivoracious interviews Jack O'Connell

» Clarkesworld Magazine interviews John Grant/Paul Barnett about Corrupted Science

» Lou Anders reports from ApolloCon

» Fantastic Literature's July list is posted

» NPR: Rick Kleffel talks with Paolo Bacigalupi

» LA Times: Sarah Weinman reviews Lewis Shiner's Black & White

» LA Times blog: Gregory Benford reacts to ice on Mars

» Everyone loves Wall*E -- including RevolutionSF's Rick Klaw. (Locus Online's Gary Westfahl will provide his perspective this weekend.)

» io9: Jeff & Ann VanderMeer on Tentacles and Cosmic SF: The Art of Lovecraft

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Tananarive Due's Blood Colony

» Sunday L.A. Times has detailed review of Steampunk edited by Jeff & Ann VanderMeer, plus note about Ellen Datlow's Del Rey anthology

» Space Westerns Senryū Contest is open to submissions through July 15th

» Reuters: Saturn Awards honor Enchanted, Cloverfield, Lost, and many others; Variety has the complete list of winners

» PopMatters interviews Robert Silverberg

» Onion's A.V. Club's nerds of summer: a book list includes Harrison, Wolfe, the VanderMeers, Lake, Jeter, Kay, and Disch

» Telegraph's 50 best ever summer holiday books includes Niffenegger, Chabon, Pullman, Haggard, Miéville

» Here's a Robert J. Sawyer video lecture

» Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show has "Ender in Flight" by Orson Scott Card

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing features Marie Brennan and Patrice Sarath

» John Joseph Adams is also looking for vampire fiction recommendations

» Paul Di Filippo reviews Doctorow's Little Brother; meanwhile, SteamPod podcasts Di Filippo's Victoria

» Entertainment Weekly's 1000th issue lists 'new classics' of the past 25 years; the books list is led by The Road, J.K. Rowling, and Beloved, with Saramago, Watchmen, Atwood, King, Diaz, Neuromancer (#26), Pullman, Sandman, and Chabon further down

» Ellen Datlow's photos from June 18th's KGB reading with Terri Windling and Howard Gayton

» SciFiDimensions podcasts Cory Doctorow and Mark Buford

» The Agony Column: more Whitley Strieber

» John Joseph Adams seeks recommendations for his dystopian fiction reprint anthology Brave New Worlds

» SFWA notes a bogus writing contest; Victoria Strauss has more

» ActuSf interviews Paul J. McAuley

» Harry Harrison responds to that Pravda piece

» CNN: Stan Winston, special effects wizard, dies at 62

» USA Today: M. Night Shyalaman on what's 'Happening' (spoilers)

» Green Man Review's Summer Queen is Ellen Datlow

» The Agony Column interviews Whitley Strieber

» The complete LA Times' summer reading list also includes Ekaterina Sedia's The Alchemy of Stone

» Check out the trailer for Israeli SF film Heart of Stone

» Guardian's James Campbell talks to J.G. Ballard

» Lewis Shiner's Fiction Liberation Front includes new novel Black & White

» F&SF has a long Dave Truesdale column, The New Nostalgia: The Classic Pulp Story Revival

» LA Times: Ed Park's online-only column Astral Weeks covers a biography of Charles Fort

» Fantasybookspot interviews Steven Erikson and reviews the Tems' The Man on the Ceiling

» California Literary Review on Jeanette Winterson's The Stone Gods

» LA Times' Summer Reading list includes Damien Broderick's Year Million

» The Onion A.V. Club interviews Cory Doctorow and Harlan Ellison (part one and part two)

» MSNBC: J.K. Rowling sells 800-word Harry Potter prequel for $49,323

» Guardian chats with Charles Stross

» ActuSf interviews Neal Asher

» John Clute reviews Thomas M. Disch's The Word of God and Farah Mendlesohn's Rhetorics of Fantasy

» The Agony Column interviews Karen Joy Fowler -- also, Rick Kleffel will be interviewing William Gibson on NPR Tuesday, June 10 -- see link for URL and phone numbers to submit questions

» NPR: JK Rowling's Harvard commencement speech; also, Ursula K. Le Guin's You Must Read This about Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago

» AlterNet: Annalee Newitz on WisCon: Using Sci-Fi to Change the World

» Aeon Speculative Fiction issue #14 -- available from various ebook retailers -- features fiction by Lavie Tidhar, Jay Lake, and others, and columns by Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dr. Rob Furey

» SpaceWesterns.com interviews SFWA president Russell Davis

» Ridley Scott is returning to sci-fi; maybe it's Brave New World with Leonardo DiCaprio; maybe it's Ender's Game

» A DVD SF anthology about Mars, assembled over a decade ago by Jon Lomberg, Judith Merril, Lorna Toolis, and John Robert Colombo, is at last on Mars

» Times Literary Supplement: Michael Saler on Michael Chabon and the rise of fan fiction and comic book culture

» New York Sun: Steve Dollar reviews the Harlan Ellison film documentary Dreams With Sharp Teeth [Locus Online's review by Gary Westfahl will be posted shortly]

» Bookslut: Paul Kincaid about his new book What It Is We Do When We Read Science Fiction

» June Clarkesworld Magazine has fiction by Mary Robinette Kowal and Paul Jessup, commentary by Ekaterina Sedia, an interview with Laird Barron by Jeff VanderMeer, and an editorial by Neil Clarke

» New Internet Review of Science Fiction interviews Lois McMaster Bujold, has features and essays by Daniel M. Kimmel, Nader Elhefnawy, Carole Ann Moleti, Elizabeth Barrette, Ruth Nestvold, and Robert Bee, and reviews by Flynn Gallagher, Joe Tokamak, Lois Tilton, and Jason Erik Lundberg

» June SFRevu reviews Feminist Utopias, Indiana Jones, and lots of books

» ActuSf interviews David Marusek

» SciFiDimensions Podcast features John C. Wright on Null-A Continuum

» Odyssey Podcasts features Steve Rasnic Tem and Melanie Tem on theme and idea

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing features Charlaine Harris and Josh Rountree

» Barnes & Noble: Paul Di Filippo profiles J.G. Ballard

» PC World: Sci-fi Writers: New Tech Will Bring More Security Challenges, with Greg Bear, Robert J. Sawyer, Arlan Andrews

» NY Times survey of writers' recommendations of books to presidential candidates includes Junot Diaz suggestion of Haldeman's The Forever War to John McCain

» Dave Langford's Ansible 251

» The Agony Column interviews Cory Doctorow

» Dog Versus Sandwich for May has stories by Peter Parrish, Matt Shaner, Katy Wimhurst and Leah O'Hearn

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Daniel Marcus, Alex Bell, Zoran Zivkovic, Greg Egan

» Serialized novel Shadow Unit, by Emma Bull, Elizabeth Bear, Will Shetterly, and others, ends its first season today

» May Steam Engine Time [large PDF file] includes George Zebrowksi's 2006 Campbell Conference speech, reviews, many letters of comment

» June Lone Star Stories has Vylar Kaftan, Erin Hoffman, Josh Rountree, Sonya Taaffe, J.C. Runolfson, and Jo Walton

» Zoran Zivkovic has a newly redesigned website/blog

» Guardian's Books blog suggests literary fantasy getaways

» Baltimore City Paper: Adrienne Martini reviews Karen Joy Fowler's Wit's End

» Fantastic Literature's June list is now online

» Ellen Datlow's photos from Wiscon

» Studio 360 interviews Harlan Ellison

» Pravda: "Harry Harrison praises Russia and calls USA fascist state"

» Weird Tales launches 365 Days of Blasphemous Horrors by mixed-media artist Steven Archer

» Fantasybookspot interviews Ian Cameron Esslemont and David J. Williams

» LASFS has a new website

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Salman Rushdie's The Enchantress of Florence

» San Francisco Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews YA novels by Cory Doctorow and Christina Meldrum

» Photos from last week's Eaton Conference on Mars, with Ray Bradbury, Frederik Pohl, Kim Stanley Robinson

» Photos from the KGB reading with Ekaterina Sedia and Jack O'Connell

» The Times of Johannesburg recommends Iain M. Banks Matter: "brings together the hard science fiction, the speculative politics and the imaginative writing that Banks is justly famous for"

» Rick Klaw reviews Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

» Mike Allen: In memory of Nelson Bond

» Newsweek: article on booming sales of books for teens

» LA Times blog Jacket Copy interviews Jeff VanderMeer

» Fantasybookspot interviews Charlie Huston

» SF Canada for Spring has interviews by Celu Amberstone and fiction by Steve Stanton

» Norilana Books announces TaLeKa Imprint, devoted solely to the works of Tanith Lee

» Ask Neal Stephenson about his forthcoming novel Anathem, due in September -- answers will be posted in an online video -- submit questions by May 26th!

» New York Magazine: Philip K. Dick's Early Novels: The Sixties, Before They Happened

» BBC Radio talks with Terry Pratchett

» LA Times: Ed Park reviews The Great Romance, a utopian novel first published in New Zealand in 1881

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews the new Salman Rushdie

» Cosmos Magazine has new fiction Not Enough Stars in the Night by Brendan DuBois

» Fantasybookspot has posted Nancy Kress' Nano Comes to Clifford Falls

» NPR: Rick Kleffel interviews Isamu Fukui, author of dystopian novel Truancy, written when he was 15

» Green Man Review features All Things Froud and Wonderful, about Brian, Wendy (and Toby!) Froud

» CNN interviews Iain M. Banks

» io9 profiles artist Ian Millar

» Critical Mass: Publishers Weekly cutting costs, reviewers pay

» Riverside CA Press-Enterprise on this weekend's Eaton Conference

» SciFiDimensions podcasts Scott Sigler

» Orbit Books announces plans to expand in the US and UK, doubling its US list over the next 3 years

» Hunter Wentworth's Fundable fund-raising campaign to finance a documentary about Jim Rigney/Robert Jordan ends in 4 days

» Christopher Barzak is a finalist in Logo Online's NewNowNext Awards for Gay/Lesbian pop culture

» Jonah Lissner is launching PDF Adventure Magazine

» Amazon's Omnivoracious interviews Jake von Slatt about his Steampunk creations

» Photos from the launch party for The Del Rey Book of SF&F

» Spring Heliotrope Magazine features Nick Mamatas, Anna Tambour, Jeff VanderMeer, Ian R. MacLeod, Catherynne M. Valente, and Sandra Ruttan

» Abyss & Apex #26 features Andrew S. Fuller, Laura Anne Gilman, Lawrence M. Schoen, Larry Hodges, and Vylar Kaftan

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing features Lois McMaster Bujold

» April Dog Versus Sandwich has stories by Trent Jamieson, Sarah Totton, Melissa Yuan-Innes, and Peter M. Ball

» MyrtleBeachOnline.com: William Gibson receives honorary degree; also AOL News (AP)

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Reynolds, Scalzi, Whates, Smith

» Telegraph: Andrew McKie on why the Clarke Award is more interesting than the Booker

» Washington Post: New Mexico Moves Ahead on Spaceport

» Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch Blog can't recommend highly enough Karen Joy Fowler's Wit's End

» Asimov's and Analog are now available, with 14-day free trials, from Amazon on Kindle

» F&SF June issue nonfiction is posted: reviews by Charles de Lint, reviews by Michelle West, Lucius Shepard's film review, and Curiosities by Paul Di Filippo

» Bookslut: Paul Kincaid looks at Rewired

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing features David Keck, Lou Anders, Tobias Buckell

» NY Times on Steampunk

» To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Eos, HarperCollins is offering free e-book downloads beginning with Sara Douglass' The Serpent Bride; and see First Look for advance looks at upcoming titles, including Neal Stephenson's Anathem

» Night Shade Books' Jeremy Lassen remembers John Berkey

» NPR's Alan Cheuse reviews Oates, Le Guin, Winterson

» Australian radio interviews Ursula K. Le Guin

» Brad DeLong and Paul Krugman debate SF and economics, re: Daniel Abraham, Charles Stross, Asimov, Heinlein, et al

» IEEE-USA Today's Engineer interviews Mike Resnick, Robert J. Sawyer, and Lawrence Watt-Evans

» Books, movies, TV, and music in the space station's library [PDF] -- with lots of SF

» SF Reviews.net reviews the next Naomi Novik

» Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People includes Stephenie Meyer (profiled by Orson Scott Card); Borders podcasts an interview with Meyer about her first novel for adults The Host

» Clarke Award links: video of the ceremony; speech by judge chair Paul Billinger

» Guardian blogs about the Clarke Award ceremony and about Mundane SF

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews books by Scott Sigler and Ellen Datlow

» Washington Post: Eve Ottenberg reviews Le Guin's Lavinia

» Scott Edelman has posted SF Age covers by John Berkey

» Austin American-Statesman profiles Elizabeth Moon

» FOXNews.com: Science-Fiction Writers Help Government Prepare for Attacks of the Future, about SIGMA - Niven, Pournelle, Bear, Andrews, and 30 others

» May Clarkesworld Magazine has fiction by Catherynne M. Valente and Garth Upshaw, an interview with John Picacio by Jeff VanderMeer, and commentary by Justin Howe & Jason S. Ridler

» Some Fantastic Issue #14 PDF issue features reviews of The Last Mimzy and lots of books

» Aberrant Dreams interviews Michael Swanwick

» Odyssey Podcasts offers Patricia A. McKillip on fantastic landscapes

» Dave Langford's Ansible 250 reports on the Clarke Award ceremony, among much else

» The short list for The Believer Book Awards include Elizabeth Hand's Generation Loss and Steve Erickson's Zeroville

» Salon's Laura Miller reviews Ursula K. Le Guin's Lavinia

» SciFiDimensions podcasts S.A. Bodeen

» Fantastic Literature's May book list is now online

» John Picacio has posted some Nebula banquet pics and his tribute speech to Grand Master Michael Moorcock

» Nebula Awards weekend photos from Scott Edelman and SFWA's Keith Stokes

» LA Times obituary: Bebe Barron, Forbidden Planet electronic composer

» LA Times Book Review: Michael Chabon's essay about the pleasures of reading

» NY Times Book Review: essay by Rachel Donadio You're an Author? Me Too! about fewer readers and more writers

» Kim Antieau is conducting interviews on her site with Jane Yolen, Charles de Lint, Alice Hoffman, and others

» timetravelershow.com has an Arthur C. Clarke Tribute

» Pasadena Star profiles Hugo nominees Diana Glyer and Mike Glyer

» Australian radio interviews Jeff VanderMeer about new anthology Steampunk

» ActuSf interviews Kristine Kathryn Rusch

» The A.V. Club: 15 Things Kurt Vonnegut Said...

» New Scientist: Life-changing books recommended by leading scientists include titles by Asimov, Carroll, and Dick

» Barnes & Noble: Paul Di Filippo reviews Ursula K. Le Guin's Lavinia

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Toby Barlow's Sharp Teeth, a novel in verse about werewolves

» SciFiDimensions Podcast interviews Kim Stanley Robinson

» The Agony Column interviews Peter F. Hamilton

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing features Cory Doctorow and Greg Van Eekhout

» Fantasybookspot interviews Alistair Rennie and Ekaterina Sedia

» Sci Fi Weekly's Paul Di Filippo reviews Theodore Judson's The Martian General's Daughter

» LA Times: Jay Parini reviews Ursula K. Le Guin's Lavinia; also, Ed Park reviews Cory Doctorow's Little Brother; earlier, David L. Ulin reviewed Harry Harrison's Make Room! Make Room!

» April Internet Review of SF has an interview with Spider Robinson, features and essays by Daniel M. Kimmel, Jay Lake & Ruth Nestvold, Robert Bee, and Lisa Agnew, and reviews of short fiction, Robert J. Sawyer, and Best American Fantasy

» Salon.com's Louis Bayard reviews Karen Joy Fowler's Wit's End

» Concatenation has new columns and articles and lots of reviews...

» Amazon's Omnivoracious plugs Theodore Judson's The Martian General's Daughter

» Andrew M. Andrews' True Review Online has posted PDF Issue 69, with reviews of Connie Willis and others

» Amazon's Omnivoracious interviews Junot Diaz -- and excerpts his first SF novel

» Asimov's SF has posted June issue features, including Sheila Williams' editorial, Robert Silverberg's Reflections: The Death of Gallium, and Peter Heck's book reviews

» Small Beer Press offers free downloads of John Kessel's collection The Baum Plan for Financial Independence and Other Stories

» SF Site for mid-April reviews Jonathan Strahan's The Starry Rift and interviews and reviews Patrick Rothfuss

» ActuSf interviews Karl Schroeder

» Payseur & Schmidt now has a blog

» Ellen Datlow's photos from the KGB reading with Jack Ketchum and P.D. Cacek

» SpaceWesterns.com celebrates its first anniversary with fiction by Cory Doctorow and A.R Yngve

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews Peter F. Hamilton's The Dreaming Void

» USA Today article on Virginia Tech survivors highlights Michael Bishop; the story mentioned in the article is available here; St. Petersburg Times has this article about what Jamie has taught Michael over the past year.

» Washington Post: Kathleen Ann Goonan reviews Bear, McDevitt, Frost, and Kelso

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Thomas, Newton, Roberts, and Dozois

» Telegraph: Mark Chadbourn on The fantastic appeal of fantasy

» Powells.com has essay Giving Yourself to Story by Melanie and Steve Rasnic Tem about their novel The Man on the Ceiling

» Time Traveler Show: Mike Resnick reads two stories including Hugo nominee "Distant Replay"

» Guardian Arts blog: the science fiction community should be emulated, not lampooned

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing features Robert Buettner

» April Intergalactic Medicine Show interviews Zoran Zivkovic and has fiction by Matt Rotundo, Dennis Danvers, Eric James Stone, Scott Emerson Bull, Stephanie Dray, Aliette de Bodard -- and Orson Scott Card

» London Review of Books: Thomas Jones reviews J.G. Ballard's Miracles of Life

» Bookslut: Paul Kincaid on Arthur C. Clarke

» Publishers Weekly has articles on alternate history, military SF, and Baen Books

» Barnes & Noble.com: Paul Di Filippo reviews this history of space opera

» April Jim Baen's Universe has fiction by Tobias S. Buckell, Jody Lynn Nye, Jack McDevitt, Mike Resnick, Sarah A. Hoyt, Lou Antonelli, and Margaret Ronald, plus a classic by Jack Williamson

» Philadelphia Inquirer: Gregory Feeley reviews three books by Michael Swanwick

» The Market Mavin #1 was e-mailed today to subscribers, but many e-mails bounced; if you subscribed and didn't receive it, contact market.maven.subscriptions (at)gmail.com

» ChiZine is now publishing books, beginning with Brent Hayward's Filaria

» Writer's Digest has posted its Popular Fiction Report

» F&SF's February favorite story poll is online

» ActuSf interviews David Brin

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews James Morrow's The Philosopher's Apprentice

» Salon explains everything you were afraid to ask about "Battlestar Galactica"

» April Clarkesworld features Jeffrey Ford, Tim Pratt, K.J. Bishop, and others

» April Lone Star Stories features Terry Bisson, Sonya Taaffe, Sandra McDonald, and others

» Flurb for Spring-Summer features Rudy Rucker, John Shirley, Terry Bisson, Richard Kadrey, and others

» SF Site for April includes Rick Klaw's new graphic novel column plus reviews of Reynolds, Moon, Abercrombie, Anderson, and others

» The Broadsheet for March has an inteview with Beth Massie, art by Jill Bauman, advice on writing a vampire novel by Inanna Arthen, and more

» ChiZine for April-June features Nick Mamatas, Tim Pratt, Bruce Boston, and others

» Cosmos Magazine features fiction Wormwords by Matt Weber

» Kirkus Reviews special SF/Fantasy issue [large PDF file] reviews Banks, Disch, Hamilton, Kaku, Doctorow, and others, and has a Q&A with the VanderMeers

» Jeff VanderMeer has his own new anthology announcement

» Baltimore City Paper: Adrienne Martini reviews Banks' Matter

» Dog Versus Sandwich features Bruce Holland Rogers and others...

» Boston Globe interviews Nebula nominee Jennifer Pelland

» FantasyBookSpot interviews Neal Asher

» Scott Edelman has posted photos from World Horror Convention 2008

» Dave Langford's Ansible 249

» NY Times Book Review: Susann Cokal reviews Jeanette Winterson's The Stone Gods

» Washington Post: Dennis Drabelle reviews Jeffrey Ford's The Shadow Year; Ron Charles reviews Karen Joy Fowler's Wit's End

» Village Voice: Julie Phillips on Kurt Vonnegut's Unpublished Writings

» David Herter blogs Some Chop-ek to coincide with his new book about Karel Capek, The Luminous Depths

» Eos Books offers online versions of two Hugo nominated stories from Gardner Dozois & Jonathan Strahan's anthology The New Space Opera

» Fiona Kelleghan presented a paper at ICFA on Humor in the SF of Robert J. Sawyer

» Fantastic Literature's April book list is now online

» Weird Tales announces The 85 Weirdest Storytellers of the Past 85 Years

» Night Shade Books' Jeremy Lassen is hosting a Breakfast for Barry campaign in support of a Hugo Award for Barry N. Malzberg

» NY Times' Dennis Overbye remembers Arthur C. Clarke

» Photos from last week's International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts in Orlando by Ellen Datlow and by Kathryn Cramer

» New Internet Review of Science Fiction includes features and reviews by Steven Utley, Cynthia Ward, Lois Tilton, and others, and an interview with Jo Walton

» Tachyon Publications offers Michael Swanwick's Hugo-nominated A Small Room in Koboldtown [PDF]

» Pyr offers PDF downloads of its Spring-Summer catalog and Sampler with 7 sample chapters

» More Clarke links: NY Times' Dave Itzkoff on The Fuzzier Crystal Ball of current SF writers; in Philadelphia Inquirer Michael Swanwick eulogizes Clarke

» NY Times Book Review reviews James Morrow's The Philosophier's Apprentice and Jeffrey Ford's The Shadow Year (scroll down)

» LA Times: Tod Goldberg reviews Ford's The Shadow Year; Ed Park (online only) reviews Ekaterina Sedia's The Secret History of Moscow

» The Wenatchee World Online interviews Kay Kenyon

» And now there's Match It for Pratchett

» Sci Fi Weekly's John Clute reviews Paolo Bacigalupi

» Bibliophile Stalker interviews Ellen Datlow

» BBC: Terry Pratchett is donating $1m for Alzheimer's research

» Salon's Andrew O'Hehir interviews Harlan Ellison, subject of film Dreams with Sharp Teeth

» Neth Space interviews Steven Erikson

» Animation and technology writer and blogger Emru Townsend needs a bone marrow donor

» Apex 12 features Cherie Priest, Brian Keene, and Lavie Tidhar; plus Jeff VanderMeer interviews Hal Duncan

» Ellen Datlow has posted photos from Robert Legault's Memorial service

» Asimov's website has April/May issue features: Sheila Williams' editorial, Norman Spinrad's book reviews, Robert Silverberg's "Reflections" column on Rereading Stapledon, plus the latest James Patrick Kelly "On the Net" column, Son of Gallimaufry

» StarShipSofa is podcasting readings, one each day this week, of the five British SF Association Award short story nominees

» CBC TV interviews Robert J. Sawyer

» Mythic Delirium has featured poems by Jeannine Hall Gailey and Charlee Jacob

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing features Tracy Hickman

» Lou Antonelli has a new blog

» Michael Swanwick has posted photos from Janet Kagan's memorial

» Dave Langford's Ansible 248, March 2008

» The Official Brian W. Aldiss Website has been rebuilt, and includes short stories, novel excerpts, articles and journalism

» John Meaney has a new website

» Update: Speculations is closing but Cynthia Ward's "Market Maven" continues as an electronic newsletter; see Speculations to subscribe

» Black Gate has a tribute to Gary Gygax

» March Clarkesworld Magazine features Jay Lake, Stephen Dedman, Ekaterina Sedia, and Kage Baker interviewed by Jeff VanderMeer

» YA e-zine Shiny is running a contest for writers 12 to 18

» ActuSf interviews Tim Powers

» Neth Space interviews Michael Swanwick

» John Joseph Adams has added more free stories to his Wastelands website; also, there's a YouTube trailer

» Wired interviews Jeff VanderMeer and offers his new novella The Situation as a free PDF download

» Night Shade Books is providing Richard Kadrey's novel Butcher Bird as a free download in a variety of formats

» Cosmos has online fiction Untangling the Future, by Ingrid Banwell

» Fantastic Reviews interviews Paolo Bacigalupi

» Aeon issue #13, featuring fiction by Daniel Marcus, Bruce McAllister, and others, plus a column by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is now on sale

» SFRevu for March has an interview and review of Barth Anderson, plus lots of other reviews

» Bookslut: Paul Kincaid on A History of Today

» ActuSf interviews Michael Moorcock

» F&SF's April issue includes book reviews by Charles de Lint and by James Sallis and a film review by Lucius Shepard; also, reprint of Steven Utley's Promised Land

» Redesigned Futurism has fiction Uxo, Bomb Dog by Eliot Fintushel

» Time Magazine: Lev Grossman interviews Iain M. Banks and reviews his new novel Matter

» F&SF is hosting a contest to win a free DVD of The Martian Child

» MousePlanet article reprints Ray Bradbury essay about Walt Disney

» SciFiDimensions is now podcasting

» Fantastic Literature has posted its March list

» Speculations is closing

» SF Site's Editors' Choice Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2007 are by McDonald, MacLeod, Whedon, Morgan, Chabon, Ruff, Rowling, Silvis, Smith, Bull, and Barzak (Earlier: Readers' Choice titles)

» Black Gate has Dave Truesdale's 2007 short fiction recommended reading list

» Odyssey Podcasts features Rodman Philbrick on point of view

» A survivalist blogger digs John Joseph Adams' anthology Wastelands

» Patricia Rogers' photos from the Wild Cards Inside Straight launch party in Albuquerque

» NY Times: Stephen King and John Mellencamp to collaborate on musical "Ghost Brothers of Darkland County"

» NY Metro inteviews Lou Anders and Jon Armstrong

» Library Journal's latest SF/Fantasy reviews include stars for Jo Graham's Black Ships and VanderMeers' The New Weird

» Reuters: The Quill Awards have been suspended; also Publishers Weekly

» LA Times' online-only SF column by Ed Park reviews Catherynne M. Valente

» SF Quarterly interviews Robert J. Sawyer

» FantasyBookSpot interviews Michael Cisco and Charles Stross

» John Picacio has photos from Saturday's Austin TX signing with him and Michael Moorcock

» Black Gate has posted the complete text of Judith Berman's Nebula nominee Awakening

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing interviews Jeff VanderMeer and Tobias S. Buckell

» The Australian interviews Iain Banks

» Guardian: Keith Brooke reviews The New Weird (scroll down)

» Publishers Weekly describes Jonathan Lethem's new comic Omega the Unknown, which is available free online from Marvel Comics

» Lou Anders guest blogs for Joseph Mallozzi

» Publishers Weekly interviews Paolo Bacigalupi, author of Pump Six and Other Stories; so does Grist: Environmental News and Humor

» Ellen Datlow has posted photos from KGB's Feb 20th reading with contributors to her anthology Inferno

» The Bat Segundo Show interviews Steve Erickson, author of Zeroville

» ActuSf interviews L.E. Modesitt, Jr.

» Guardian blogs about New women's worlds in fantasy, re: Ekaterina Sedia, Kelly Link, Catherynne M Valente, and others

» Regina Leader Post profiles Edward Willett, author of Marseguro

» RevolutionSF has a contest for signed copies of Elric: Stealer Souls by Michael Moorcock, with illustrations by John Picacio

» Sci Fi Weekly's John Clute reviews Steve Rasnic Tem & Melanie Tem's The Man on the Ceiling

» IROSF (The Internet Review of Science Fiction) returns, with reviews, essays, and an interview with Peter Watts

» F&SF (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction) enters the blogosphere

» Amazon's Omnivoracious presents Ellen Datlow's introduction to Inferno, her recent horror anthology

» Guy Gavriel Kay and Nalo Hopkinson appear in Toronto this Tuesday for lunch as part of Keep Toronto Reading 2008

» NBCC's second Good Reads list includes Junot Diaz and Steve Erickson

» Mike Allen seeks stories about Nelson Bond to share at the April opening of Marshall University's Nelson Bond Room

» Spectrum Fantastic Art's Cathy & Arnie Fenner have Thoughts on the 'Best Artist' Hugo Award

» Yahoo! News: Tolkien estate sues New Line Cinema

» Yatterings: Iain Emsley interviews Mike Carey and Steve Augarde

» February Harper's Magazine has essay Staying awake: Notes on the alleged decline of reading, by Ursula K. Le Guin (preview; full access subscriber only)

» TVOntario broadcasts Robert J. Sawyer's University of Waterloo keynote address Science Fiction as Social Comment [mp3]

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing interviews John Zakour and Brandon Sanderson

» Globe and Mail: Spider Robinson reviews Stephen King's Duma Key

» Guardian: Robert McCrum reviews J.G. Ballard's Miracles of Life

» Bookslut lists the Top Graphic Novels of the Year

» Discovery Channel's "Dinosaurs: Return To Life?", about new possibilities of resurrecting dinosaurs, airs next weekend

» Tachyon Publications previews anthology The New Weird with a sample of Paul Di Filippo's "Festival Lives" (PDF)

» Lone Star Stories Issue #25 has fiction and poetry by Ekaterina Sedia, Tim Pratt, Elizabeth Hand, and others

» NY Times' Dave Itzkoff blogs about Philip K. Dick's YA Novel Nick and the Glimmung

» F&SF online: Dave Truesdale examines how SFWA's Nebula Awards Slight Original Anthologies

» NY Times examines the science behind Jumper, the new film based on novels by Steven Gould

» Dave Langford's Ansible 247

» Creative Commons interviews James Patrick Kelly

» San Francisco Chronicle's Michael Berry reviews Stephen King's Duma Key: "one of his strongest stand-alones in some time"

» Wall Street Journal profiles David Gemmell

» ActuSf interviews Jonathan Stroud

» McNally Robinson interviews Robert J. Sawyer

» The Writers' Block interviews Jeremy C. Shipp, author of Vacation

» Odyssey Podcasts features Michael A. Arnzen on humor in genre fiction

» NY Times Book Review: Dave Itzkoff reviews China Miéville and Neil Gaiman & Michael Reaves

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Stross, Weber, Palmer

» Telegraph: Andrew McKie reviews Stross and Tepper; also, Frances Wilson reviews J.G. Ballard's autobiography Miracles of Life

» Amazon's Omnivoracious talks with Brandon Sanderson about Robert Jordan and The Wheel of Time

» February SF Site has Steven H Silver's In Memoriam: 2007, plus reviews of Schroeder, Monette/Bear, Stirling, and others

» February SFRevu has an interview with Jane Yolen, lots of reviews, and Hugo suggestions

» Fantastic Literature's February list is online

» Discover Magazine lists 20 Things You Didnít Know About... Science Fiction

» Amazon's Omnivoracoius: Jeff VanderMeer blogs about his Locus Online: The Best SF and Fantasy of 2007 essay

» Washington Post: Paul Di Filippo reviews books by Lanagan, Monette & Bear, Stirling, and Strahan

» Robert J. Sawyer reports that Penguin Canada is looking for a full-time SF/F/Mystery editor

» Veoh.com hosts a 47-minute film of Terry Bisson's "Incident at Oak Ridge"; Bisson says "it rocks"

» WICN's Inquiry has a radio interview with Gary Westfahl about his book Hugo Gernsback and the Century of Science Fiction

» Rick Kleffel interviews Jeff and Ann VanderMeer about The New Weird

» Amazon's Omnivoracious interviews Daniel Abraham, Gardner Dozois, and George R.R. Martin about their novel Hunter's Run

» PBS Wired Science blog Correlations interviews Paolo Bacigalupi

» LA Times: Sara Lippincott reviews Hollywood Science

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing interviews Terry Goodkind

» Austin Chronicle: Rick Klaw reviews It Came From Beneath the Sea and Earth Vs. the Flying Saucers

» LA Times Book Review: Ed Park's online only column Astral Weeks reviews Terry Pratchett

» NY Times Book Review: Terrence Rafferty's horror column covers Hill, Barron, Barker, and Shirley

» The American Library Association's first Reading List Awards for genre fiction includes SF/F/H titles by Goonan, Rothfuss, and Hill (press release [doc] with long lists of nominated titles)

» Solaris Books offers Jeffrey Thomas' Deadstock as a free download

» FearZone interviews Ellen Datlow

» Publishers Weekly on Cory Doctorow's forthcoming Little Brother

» Cosmos has new fiction by Bruce Carlson and by Steven Utley

» Night Shade Books has relaunched its website, with RSS feeds

» Guardian: Cory Doctorow's column Personal data is as hot as nuclear waste

» Eos is giving away free e-books in honor of its 10th anniversary, beginning with Robin Hobbs' Shaman's Crossing

» Online horror site ChiZine is launching ChiZine Publications, to publish 4 titles per year

» Orbit Books has posted the prologue to Iain M. Bank's new Culture novel Matter

» Blog Not if You Were the Last Short Story on Earth is posting recommending reading lists of 2007 short fiction

» ActuSf interviews Stephen Baxter and Lucius Shepard

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing launches season 2 with Kevin J. Anderson and Sean Williams

» Robert J. Sawyer is interviewed on Roboethics online

» Artist Jason Van Hollander has launched blog The Jolly Corner and another about the art of Douglas Walters

» Green Man Review reviews Martin's Dreamsongs

» The Shirley Jackson Awards have been established for works of "psychological suspense, horror, and the dark fantastic", with jurors including F. Brett Cox and John Langan, and a Board of Advisors including Ellen Datlow, S.T. Joshi, Ann VanderMeer, and others

» Wired: Clive Thompson on Why Sci-Fi Is the Last Bastion of Philosophical Writing

» Sci Fi Weekly: John Clute reviews Gregory Frost's Shadowbridge

» Times Online: profile of J.G. Ballard reveals his prostate cancer and forthcoming autobiography

» Ellen Datlow's photos from Jan 16th KGB reading with Marly Youmans and Dan Braum

» Paradox Magazine: Claude Lalumière reviews Michael Chabon's Gentlemen of the Road

» Concatenation has a Spring 2008 newscast

» io9 talks with Kathleen Ann Goonan about nanopunk and jazz

» NY Times: Janet Maslin reviews Stephen King's Duma Key

» SF Site's Greg L. Johnson compiles the Best of 2007 by Kenyon, McDonald, Goonan, Robinson, and others

» Eos is giving away free e-books in honor of its 10th anniversary, beginning with Robin Hobbs' Shaman's Crossing

» Online horror site ChiZine is launching ChiZine Publications, to publish 4 titles per year

» Orbit Books has posted the prologue to Iain M. Bank's new Culture novel Matter

» Blog Not if You Were the Last Short Story on Earth is posting recommending reading lists of 2007 short fiction

» ActuSf interviews Stephen Baxter and Lucius Shepard

» Adventures in Scifi Publishing launches season 2 with Kevin J. Anderson and Sean Williams

» Robert J. Sawyer is interviewed on Roboethics online

» Artist Jason Van Hollander has launched blog The Jolly Corner and another about the art of Douglas Walters

» Green Man Review reviews Martin's Dreamsongs

» The Onion: Are We Giving The Robots That Run Our Society Too Much Power?

» Dave Langford's Ansible 246

» Times Online's 50 Greatest British Writers Since 1945 include Orwell, Golding, Lessing, Tolkien, Carter, Lewis, Rushdie, Dahl, Burgess, Peake, Ballard, Gray, Banks, Rowling, Pullman, and Moorcock

» January Intergalactic Medicine Show interviews James Morrow and has fiction by James Maxey, Marie Brennan, Sharon Shinn, and others

» January-March ChiZine has fiction and poetry by Michael Colangelo, Lavie Tidhar, Leah Bobet, and others

» November Broad Universe Broadsheet has articles and reviews by Lettie Prell, Jay Lake, Candra K. Gill, and others, and an interview with Lyn McConchie




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