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- H&R Block compares Batman and Spider-Man’s taxes, among other things.
- Interview: Rhys Ifans Hints at who that is in the Amazing Spider-Man’s credits
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- Review: Dark Knight Rises: Christopher Nolan takes Batman to new place.
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- Vote for the coolest fictional spacecraft! at HowStuffWorks.com
- Interview: Charles Tan interviews Reggie Oliver of The Dracula Papers.
- Interview: Charles Tan interviews Ellen Datlow, editor of the anthologies Supernatural Noir and Teeth: Vampire Tales
- Interview: Sci-Fi Fan Letter interviews Rhiannon Held of Silver
- Interview: T.C. McCarthy finds success with subterranean trilogy
- Interview: TWiT.TV interviews Ernest Cline, author of Ready Player One
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- Jon Schindehette has penned an article over at Wizards.com about the process of putting together the soon-to-be-re-released 1st edition D&D hardcovers.
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- Interview: Joss Whedon speaks out on Firefly anniversary panel. Speaking to Geoff Boucher of the LA Times, Joss expresses his excitement about next week’s event at San Diego Comic-Con.
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- The dead end of DIY publishing: Self-published novelists – the Rodney Dangerfields of the book world — are finally getting some respect. But are they better off?
- Fandom matters: writers must respect their followers or pay with their careers. Science fiction authors have long understood the power of a solid fanbase that knows how to connect and grow through new technology. Mainstream writers, take note.