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Archive for February, 2017

Blinks: Classroom-friendly The Martian; SF in Bangladesh; SF in China

» NY Times: Andy Weir’s Best Seller ‘The Martian’ Gets a Classroom-Friendly Makeover, i.e., an authorized classroom edition with the dirty words toned down » Bangladesh Daily Star: Science fiction pulls in young readers at the Ekushey book fair » New Scientist: Lavie Tidhar, In China, this is science fiction’s golden age

Blinks: Reconsidering Roth; Chinese SF; Boing Boing on Amazing; reviews

» New York Times: John Williams revisits Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America, in light of the current political situation » Foreign Policy: How China Became a Sci-Fi Powerhouse » Boing Boing’s Sci-Fi Sundays: Amazing Science Fiction, April 1958 » Bend Bulletin: Everdeen Mason’s Best science fiction, fantasy books to read in February reviews Kameron […]

Blinks: Churchill, Le Guin, Ansible, Gaiman, Hurley, Spinrad, Okorafor, Mastai, Markoff

» NY Times: Winston Churchill Wrote of Alien Life in a Lost Essay » Portland 90.7 FM’s David Naimon interviews Ursula K. Le Guin » David Langford’s Ansible 355 and Ansible 355 1/2 with Tom Shippey’s funeral tribute to Peter Weston » Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology » Boing Boing: Kameron […]

Blinks: Neil Gaiman, Greg Bear

» New York Times: Neil Gaiman on His ‘Norse Mythology,’ in Which Odin Wants a Wall » San Diego Union-Tribune: San Diego native Greg Bear uses science fiction to explore military culture, war

Blinks: Brin and Asaro on The World and Reddit

» PRI’s The World talks to David Brin and Catherine Asaro today, asking Can science fiction help prevent a nuclear war?; Brin and Asaro are hosting an AMA, ‘ask me anything’, tomorrow morning on Reddit

Blinks: Di Filippo on America’s breakup; Vox reviews Gaiman; Walter on Iain Banks’ best

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo’s Disunion: Visions of Our Fragmented Future, on SF depictions of the breakup of America » Vox: Constance Grady reviews Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology » Guardian: Damien Walter on 30 years of Culture: what are the top five Iain M Banks novels?

Blinks: Reviews; Le Guin on ‘alternative facts’

» Washington Post: Everdeen Mason reviews Kameron Hurley, Vic James, Matt Wallace » Washington Post: Ron Charles reviews George Saunders’ Lincoln in the Bardo; John Domini reviews Steve Erickson’s Shadowbahn » Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Adam Nevill, Johanna Sinisalo, James Lovegrove, Alastair Reynolds, Vic James, GX Todd » Toronto Star: Alex Good reviews Robert Charles […]


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