- Interview: Black Gate interviews fantasy artist Stephen Hickman
- 25 Spoofs Of The ‘Jaws’ Movie Poster
- A gallery of the Houses of Westeros
- Militarized garden gnomes
- Reservoir Dogs Meets Thundercats
- Star Wars Day of the Dead
- Interview: Five Questions with Dark Horse’s Buffy artist Georges Jeanty
- Comic Books as Journalism: a list of 10 Masterpieces of Graphic Nonfiction, starting with The Beats.
- The Geek Buket List: 100 Geektastic Things to Do Before You Kick.
- Interview: Alan Tudyk: Tucker And Dale Vs Evil, Pixar, Firefly, Serenity, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
- Interview: Guillermo del Toro is saying that Pacific Rim Is not an invasion movie
- News: Duncan Jones Readies His Third and Possibly Final Sci-Fi Film
- 10 Big Movie Roles That Were Horribly Miscast
- 25 Funniest Movies Ever Made About College
- Andy Serkis deserves an Oscar nomination for Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
- Bryan Cranston Turned Down X-Men: First Class For His Role In Drive
- Can Spoilers Actually Make You Enjoy a Movie More?
- Film School Rejects names 6 Great Horror Franchises That Sequels Eventually Ruined, forgetting Hellraiser and Saw.
- Is Howard Stern to Blame for ‘Super 8′ Movie Leak?
- Is Now The Best Time To Buy A Kindle Or A Nook?
- A peek at the ‘Avengers’ set reveals a lot of wreckage
- The Story Behind Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
- Turns out, the movie 30 minutes or less, parallels real life story.
- Interview: Science Comedian Brian Malow talks to SFSignal Podcast.
- The 2011 Zombie Safe House competition is coming soon. There were some pretty awesome designs last year so let’s hope this year’s fresh crop of survivalist genius architects can up the ante.
- Interview: Authors, including Marie Brennan weigh in on going pro
- Interview: George R. R. Martin Visits San Francisco
- Interview: John Scalzi talks with John Hornor Jacobs of Southern Gods.
- Interview: The Quest Continues with Lev Grossman, author of The Magician King.
- Interview: Sex on the Moon author Ben Mezrich answers Suvudu’s questions.
- News: Random House to Publish Lost Dr. Seuss Stories
- Amazon releases Kindle Cloud Reader, HTML5 web app that runs on iPad
- A Brief Guide to the Hidden Allusions in The Magicians
- Gail Z. Martin admits she’s going to miss Harry Potter.
- Gene Wolf may be the only writer alive who can bring this multi-genre story to a safe conclusion. A keen observation on Gene Wolf’s outstanding skill.
- Kindle Cloud Reader Web app rebuffs Apple
- A new study by UC San Diego claims that stories are not ruined by ‘spoilers’. Warning: the article contains a spoiler for The Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.
- The Top 100 Science-Fiction, Fantasy Books, as chosen by NPR
- Top writers tackle climate change in short stories
- Toronto scientists determine that fiction can change personalities
- What is Rule 34, you ask. Let Charles Stross explain.
- Why We Love Suspending Our Disbelief
- Genetically Engineered, Glow-In-The-Dark Beagle Created By South Koreans
- Is Time Travel Just a Literary Fantasy?
- MIT scientist Dr. Todd Rider has developed a viral infection treatment that works by triggering host cell suicide when it finds the cell has been producing double-stranded RNA. Since dsRNA is the mechanism by which all viral infections proceed, but is not part of normal cellular function, the treatment seems both universal and safe.
- Smidgen of Antimatter Surrounds Earth
- Interview: Art director Paul Inglis about Game of Thrones and Prometheus.
- Interview: David Rhodes talks about his experiences of being a Buffy extra on the final day of the filming of the show.
- Interview: Enterprise’s Connor Trinneer: Don’t blame us for killing Star Trek on TV
- Interview: The Hulk TV Series Won’t Tie Into Marvel Films, Del Toro Says
- News: Frank Darabont did not leave ‘The Walking Dead’, he was FIRED.
- The 13 most hilarious moments in Joss Whedon’s ‘Angel’
- What does the cancellation of ‘Eureka’ mean for SyFy’s future?
- Who are the highest paid actors on TV?
- Why sci-fi’s women are the greatest women on TV
- How Much Do Book Editors Earn?
- Sharing the Spotlight: How Much Time Do Supporting Characters Need?
- A writer in Slate examines the scientific literature for clues to writing faster.
- Writing science fiction as a non-scientist.