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- Interview: Joss Whedon on …Mitt Romney. And zombies. Still undecided?
- Interview: Black Gate interviews Melinda Snodgrass of The Edge of Ruin.
- Interview: Fantasy Faction interviews Iain M. Banks of Hydrogen Sonata (Pt 2)
- Interview: Hannah Tinti interviews Neil Gaiman
- Interview: Speculating Canada speaks with Douglas Smith of Chimerascope.
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- What would a Random House/Penguin merger mean for sci-fi and fantasy?
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- Fomalhaut B Exoplanet Study Suggests ‘Zombie’ Alien Planet Is Planetary Object
- Search for alien life about to step up a gear
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