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Suvudu

Cage Match 2014: Round 3: Leia Organa vs Dust Witch: Page


In Cage Match Round 3, the Jedi faces off with… something darker.

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SF & Fantasy

Cage Match 2014: Round 1: Dust Witch vs Arya Stark: Screen


The youngest Stark daughter and the Dust Witch face off in this match – to what results?

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SF & Fantasy

Cage Match 2014: Round 1: Dust Witch vs Robert Neville: Page


The surviving scientist Robert Neville encounters a mysterious foe in a hot air balloon – who will triumph?

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Paranormal

Cage Match 2013 Round 1: Merlin the Magician vs. The Mechanical Hound


Merlin the Magician fights Ray Bradbury’s The Mechanical Hound.

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Suvudu

A Ray Bradbury Quote Writers Should Fancy


bradbury-dandelionThe passing of Ray Bradbury a few days ago has left many of us with giant holes in our hearts.

Regardless if you read him or not, Mr. Bradbury affected any and all of us who have read a single fantasy or science fiction novel in the last seven decades.

I decided to give it a bit of time, to finally say something now. And share one of my favorite quotes from the matter.

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Suvudu

RIP, Ray Bradbury


RIP, Ray Bradbury

Our friends at IO9 just broke the very sad news that science fiction legend Ray Bradbury has died.
Bradbury, the author of many short stories and novels, among them the American classics Fahrenheit 451, Something Wicked This Way Comes and The Martian Chronicles, died this morning in Los Angeles. He was 91 years old.
Despite [...]

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SF & Fantasy

R.A. Nelson: The Winding Road to Sci-Fi and Fantasy


R.A. Nelson: The Winding Road to Sci-Fi and Fantasy

The author of Throat stops by Suvudu to ask – and attempt to answer – the question, “Why do writers write about the things they write about?”

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Suvudu

Banned Books Week: Ray Bradbury Interview


FAHRENHEIT 451—55 YEARS LATER

An Interview with Ray Bradbury and Chris Schluep, Ballantine Senior Editor

Pasadena, Aug. 1, 2008 “Fifty–five years later, and the book is doing so well–it’s terrific.” Ray Bradbury ebulliently proclaimed over the phone from his home in Pasadena. “Just a few months ago, Fahrenheit–451 was translated into Egyptian. Egyptian for God’s sake. Now it’s in the Alexandria Library, and it’s a part of world history.”

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