Daily Archives: April 27, 2011
The following note just landed, from the New York Public Library, regarding the “Speculating on Fiction” event on May 24, featuring me, Lev Grossman, Scott Westerfeld and Cat Valente: Due to overwhelming popular response, the event has been moved from the Mid-Manhattan Library to the Stephen A Schwarzman Building, located at Fifth Avenue at 42nd […]
First things first: A very nice review of Fuzzy Nation over at Wired’s GeekDad column, in which reviewer John Booth also reads Piper’s Little Fuzzy, the book mine is rebooting. The verdict: [Scalzi’s] style and skill make it a highly entertaining read. It succeeds both as a new novel from a talented writer and as […]
Here’s a crazy idea: Books should be fun. That’s Jennifer Estep’s philosophy, and today she’s here to tell you how it informs her “Elemental Assassin” series of novels, including the latest, Tangled Threads. And she has questions of her own for you at the end. Be ready! JENNIFER ESTEP: So here’s my Big Idea – […]
Posted on April 27, 2011
Over at the FilmCritic.com column today, I recount the science fiction films of late winter and spring, and see how they did before the wave of summer films comes along and wipes them all from memory. Won’t you join me in my pleasant little recap?