My Favorite SFF Things, 8/11-8/19/2012 Edition

The Asian American Literary Review has a great interview up with Ken Liu, who I adore. It’s the first in a series that will include my teacher and hero Ted Chiang! (thanks, SPECULASIANS!)

Salon looks at what science fiction writers in 1987 thought 2012 would look like. SFSignal has a great weekly directory of free SF/F/H fiction.

A convention for gay video gamers!!

Philip K. Dick experiences a robotic resurrection.

Nick Mamatas mused on the most ticklish subject in SFF.

Michael Swanwick is doing a great series of free short stories set in the same universe – “The Fire Gown,” the second installment, just came out. did a roundup of summer scifi films. (and incidentally, Ryan precisely nails my feelings about Prometheus: “I was tired of giving my opinion on this movie to friends within one day of it being out. I loved it. I hated it. I thought it was crap. I thought it was beautiful.”)

Bryan Konietzko ran this awesome rough sketch of the Avatar: The Last Airbender Season Three DVD cover

World Weavers Press has a weekly round-up of SFF that is WAY BETTER THAN THIS ONE, so you should go there now and forget all about this puny insignificant  linklist.

please don’t forget this puny insignificant linklist

Posted on: August 19, 2012, by : Sam J. M.
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