RIP Ray Bradbury

The worlds of science fiction, horror, fantasy, and mystery mourn the loss of a legend. Writer extraordinaire Ray Bradbury passed way peaceably last night. He was 91. Best known for writing classic books such as Fahrenheit 451, Something Wicked This Way Comes, The Illustrated Man, and The...

Editorial: The First...

DC announced that Alan Scott would be returning to the universe, and he would be gay. This is another change introduced into DC’s New 52 line, in this case their book Earth 2, which revolves around the formation of the Justice Society in modern times, mirroring the events that happened...

Doctor Who: The Whee...

BBC Books released the cover art and details for a brand new 2nd Doctor (as played by Patrick Troughton), Jamie, and Zoe adventure titled Doctor Who: The Wheel of Ice. This is the first Doctor Who book since 2005 to feature a Past Doctor. I remember back before 2005 we would get a Past Doctor...

Neil Gaiman and Rich...

Richard Clark and I just won a Bradbury Award at the Nebulas for The Doctor’s Wife. The award looks like this. I am so very happy.” – Neil Gaiman Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Wife beat alot of other great SciFi fare, oh and Attack the Block too.   Attack the Block,...

Urban Jungle Review

If you’ve read the DCC Day 2 article or listened to the podcast, you know that I bought Urban Jungle: Welcome to the Jungle collection while we were standing their recording our interview. It collects the first 200 strips of the series in a convenient volume for those who want to quick...

Paul Cornell Intervi...

Doctor Who, Superman, Batman & Robin, and Demon Knights writer Paul Cornell was interviewed at Kapow! this past...

DC Boss Dan DiDio at...

DC’s Fearless Leader discusses the New 52 at...

Some Love for Bitter...

Today, io9 posted an article titled: Fantasy Novels That Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity.  They got together some of their favorite fantasy authors of today and posted what they thought to be really good fantasy stories that, well, restore your faith in humanity. Now I could go on...

Maurice Sendak 1928-...

It is my sad job to report that Maurice “Where the Wild Things Are” Sendak passed away yesterday at the age of 83. He passed due to complications from a stroke. Known most widely for this book Where the Wild Things Are, which he wrote and illustrated himself, Mr. Sendak had an...

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Bitterblue Book Cont...

Kristin Cashore has just released her latest book in the Graceling series, BitterBlue. Bitterblue is the long-awaited companion to New York Times bestsellers Graceling and Fire. Eight years after Graceling, Bitterblue is now queen of Monsea. But the influence of her father, a violent...

Brian Keene’s ...

Ghoul start s off in June of 1984, it has that feeling of a coming of age buddy movie like Goonies, or Stand By Me.  The young actors in the main roles are quite good at playing the goofy young horror fans. Official Chiller Press Release: In the tradition of Stephen King’s Stand...

2011 Nebula Awards N...

It’s that time of year again, time for the Nebula Awards.  Well the announcement of the nominees anyway. Every year the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America vote on the year’s best literary and dramatic works of speculative fiction. The winners will be announced...

SciFiFX Podcast #42 ...

http://media.blubrry.com/scififx/p/www.scififx.com/podcast/scififx_podcast_42.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSThis week, we finish up our discussion on Genre Blending, and give what we consider to be good and bad examples.  Our special guests...

New Baen Books for J...

Publisher Baen has released a couple of new books today: Grantville Gazette Volume VI: by Eric Flint The time-tossed West Virginia town that put paid to medieval skullduggery and won a place in war-torn 17th century Europe is back with a new slate of tales. New York Times best seller Eric...

Neil Gaiman Starts A...

Neil Gaiman has always been a strong proponent of audio books.  He has narrated many of his own titles, as well as books by other authors. Gaiman recently agreed to hand-select and produce a line of audiobooks in a partnership with online audiobook retailer Audible.com.  Neil...

A Farewell To Anne M...

My dearest Anne, I heard of your passing today with a heavy heart, and the longer I think about all that I owe to you, the deeper my regret grows. I never had the chance, beyond the exchange of coinage, to give voice to the gratitude I felt for the many hours of pleasure your efforts brought...

Doctor Who Shada Nov...

Available in the UK on March 15th 2012 will be Doctor Who: Shada.  That’s right Shada, intended to be the final serial of the 1979-80 season (Season 17), but was never completed due to a strike at the BBC during filming.  Oh and did I mention it was written by...

SyFy Films Announces...

SyFy Films announced today that it has acquired the rights to the Science –Fiction superhero anthology Wild Cards edited by George R. R. Martin. The ongoing anthology of 22 books was first published in 1987 and is based on stories by a consortium of science-fiction writers....

Barnes and Noble Sni...

The B&N Executives have decided in their infinite “Wisdom” to remove 100 DC Comics Graphic novels from all their store shelves.  These titles include such classics and still very well selling titles as Watchmen and Neil Gaiman’s...

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Doctor Who Target Re...

Diamond Book Distributors have announced that the first three of the Target reprints are shipping this week. The Target novelizations of the Classic Doctor Who series were created in a time before frequent repeats and home video.  For the longest time they were the only way fans could...

DC’s New 52 Re...

Are you lost like most people about what DC is doing with the New 52 reboot, rehash, requel, sequel, prequel, selective history thingy that they are doing?  Well if so you’re in luck Tim Callahan over at Tor.com has created a reader’s guide to the New DC Universe. Follow Us...

2011 Hugo Award Winn...

Renovation, the 2011 World Science Fiction Convention, has announced the 2011 Hugo Award winners. BEST NOVEL: Blackout/All Clear by Connie Willis (Ballantine Spectra) BEST NOVELLA: The Lifecycle of Software Objects by Ted Chiang (Subterranean) BEST NOVELETTE: “The Emperor of...

New Torchwood Books

Torchwood Long Time Dead by Sarah Pinborough – Cardiff Bay. The government has ordered the excavation of the wreckage of a secret underground base. DCI Tom Cutler is watching from a distance, fascinated by the process. There are people in his dreams. People he feels he should know. The...

Name Pluto’s N...

The trusty Hubble space telescope has recently discovered a fourth moon orbiting the Kuiper Belt Object known as Pluto. Famously once a planet, Pluto still triumphantly occupies the icy outer-rim of our solar system and up until recently was thought to have three satellites: Hydra, Charon, and...

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