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RIP Tanith Lee, Writer of Fantastic Fiction.


RIP Tanith Lee, Writer of Fantastic Fiction.

Tanith Lee, British writer of fantastic fiction, died in her home on Sunday. She was 67 years-old.
Lee was a prolific author of novels and short stories, with 90 novels and hundreds of published short stories to her credit. In addition to her work in prose, Lee wrote for the classic science-fiction series Blake’s 7 and [...]

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Sci-Fi/Fantasy New Releases: 5/26/15


Sci-Fi/Fantasy New Releases: 5/26/15

HARDCOVER
Beauty by Sarah Pinborough
Long Black Curl: A Novel of the Tufa (Tufa Novels) by Alex Bledsoe
People of the Songtrail: A Novel of North America’s Forgotten Past by Kathleen O’Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear
Star Slammers: The Complete Collection by Walter Simonson
Trial of Intentions (Vault of Heaven) by Peter Orullian
The Water Knife: A novel by Paolo [...]

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SF & Fantasy

Interview: Melissa Grey Is THE GIRL AT MIDNIGHT


The Girl At Midnight by Melissa Grey has published! It’s a debut novel with kickass delivery and here is an interview to confirm it! Read on, fantasy readers!

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Your First Look at Matt Damon in ‘The Martian’


Courtesy of Empire comes our very first look at The Martian, the upcoming Ridley Scott film based on the novel by Andy Weir. Pictured is star Matt Damon as stranded astronaut Mark Watney. If you’ve read the book, then you know that Watney is facing almost certain death after being left behind on Mars. The [...]

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Interview with ‘Book of Life’ Author Deborah Harkness


Interview with ‘Book of Life’ Author Deborah Harkness

Deborah Harkness is the author of the All Souls Trilogy, of which the third book, The Book of Life, will be available in paperback Tuesday of this week. In the following interview, we talk about the spirituality and science, mixing historical and fictional characters together, and the upcoming All Souls Con!
I’ve been enthralled by the [...]

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Alicia Vikander In Talks to Star in ‘Assassin’s Creed’ Movie


Fresh off of her turn as Ex Machina’s android Ava, Alicia Vikander is currently in talks to star in a movie based on the popular Assassin’s Creed video game series from Ubisoft. That bit of news comes courtesy of Deadline.com, which also states that the film will be directed by Justin Kurzel and could be the [...]

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Playing with Fire: An Interview With App Designer Kaolin Fire


Okay, real talk: I used to have this terribly geeky pastime when I was in third-grader: I designed gadgets. Out of paper. I had these visions of little all-in-one wonder devices that functioned as phones, computers, calculators, navigation devices, and most importantly, video game systems. I made my make-believe gadgets by stapling and gluing notebook [...]

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Star Wars

Vanity Fair Interviews Pablo Hidalgo, Lucasfilm’s ‘Resident Star Wars Geek’


Vanity Fair Interviews Pablo Hidalgo, Lucasfilm’s ‘Resident Star Wars Geek’

Vanity Fair just published an interview with Pablo Hidalgo, author of Star Wars: The Essential Reader’s Companion, contributor to The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia, and “resident Star Wars geek” at Lucasfilm. It’s a great conversation: They cover Hidalgo’s introduction to the saga, Lucas’s one-time plans for the continuation of the film series, and what it’s [...]

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Graphic Novels & Manga

Need More Post-Apocalyptic Grit? Read ‘Wild Blue Yonder’


Did Mad Max: Fury Road leave you wanting more gritty, bloody post-apocalyptic action? If so, then you might want to check out Mike Raicht’s, Austin Harrison’s, and Zach Howard’s Wild Blue Yonder, a comic book series from IDW that does for the sky what Mad Max did for the Australian Outback.
In a not too distant future, [...]

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50 Page Fridays: Alive by Scott Sigler


50 Page Fridays: Alive by Scott Sigler

Take a sneak peek at the first 50 pages from Scott Sigler’s upcoming book, Alive! Click read more to check it out.

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