SF Signal has taken the 100 best SF/F novels as defined by an NPR poll, and created a nice flowchart for you to determine what to read next. It’s a riot. And tomorrow we post our first post-break review. See you soon!
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Even though there are a lot of good SF/F publishers out there right now, Angry Robot is quickly becoming one of my favorites. Not only are they publishing some really good books, but they are also selling ebooks DRM-free at great prices. To entice you, here are links to free samples from two of their […]
I’m excited… and bummed (I don’t have HBO).
Tor.com has just posted Kage Baker’s story from the Jack Vance memorial anthology. My wife and I are huge Kage Baker fans — her sudden death earlier this year struck us hard — so it’s great to find a story we weren’t aware of. http://www.tor.com/stories/2010/11/the-green-bird. Oh, and btw, I should have some new reviews posted […]
It looks like our twice-weekly reviews have come to an end for the time being. Both Donald and I have Real Life (TM) getting in the way, so from now on, we’ll be posting reviews as we get them completed. Meantime, if anyone is interested in checking out the Warhammer universe, the Black Library (Warhammer’s […]
From Brass Goggles:
Blastr.com (formerly Sci-Fi Wire) has an entry whose title says it all: The 10 most gorgeous blasters and ray guns in science fiction