Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Big Idea: Chris Gerrib

It’s not exactly a new idea that one day, humans might go to Mars. But questions worth asking are who goes to Mars, how and why. Those questions are fun because they can have multiple answers, and if you’re a writer of fiction, multiple answers mean more opportunities for fun and adventure. Ask Chris Gerrib, […]

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Andrew Breitbart, RIP

I was asked if I had any particular thoughts on the death of Andrew Breitbart, and the primary answer to this is, holy shit, he was my age. He was older than me by about three months, which is a trivial amount of time. And unlike death of previous notable contemporaries, which were cause by […]

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That’s Eight

Maryland governor Martin O’Malley signs same-sex marriage into law. Well done him. Well done, Maryland.

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24 Frames Into the Future: Now for Sale via NESFA Press

Most of you know that my latest non-fiction book, 24 Frames into the Future: Scalzi on Science Fiction Film, debuted a couple of weekends ago at the Boskone science fiction convention, and that if you were there, you could pick up a copy. But what if you weren’t there? How can you get a copy […]

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