Daily Archives: April 6, 2008
Oh, hey. Thanks to Science Fiction Awards Watch, I discover Old Man’s War has been nominated for the Seiun Award, the big SF award in Japan. Neat. Here’s the list of all the nominees, which includes fellow current Best Novel Hugo nominee Charlie Stross (he’s actually nominated twice, for novel and for short story).
Like a chipmunk fed a caffeine pill, I do chatter incessantly, and some folks have caught this chattering on recordings. First, Tor has a podcast of me and children’s author (and Athena fave) David Lubar talking about, well, books, kids and publicists in weenie costumes. You know you don’t want to miss that. Here’s the […]
A banner on MSNBC says that Charleton Heston has died. I really enjoyed him as an actor, and those of us of a science fictional bent should remember he was really one of the first true A-list stars who did serious work in the field, not just with one film, but with several, building a […]
What? You don’t want Reader Request Week 2008 to stop? Well, I know how you feel — but all good things must come to an end, and hopefully before I get bored with them. But remember: You don’t actually have to wait for Reader Request Week to send me a question you want me to […]