1. openroadmedia:

Get ready for Nebula Awards Weekend with the best of science fiction! http://bit.ly/1gl5uB3

    openroadmedia:

    Get ready for Nebula Awards Weekend with the best of science fiction! http://bit.ly/1gl5uB3

  2. Expect the Unexpected: New Stories from Octavia E. Butler →

    Good news for Octavia Butler fans!

  3. Q&A: Andy Weir    →

    Andy Weir’s debut novel The Martian opens with astronaut Mark Watney discovering that his crew has left him stranded on Mars. Luckily, Watney is both the mission botanist and its engineer, and he is able to use both of those skill sets to survive. His black sense of humor is also crucial. Readers will go from nail-biting to rolling on the floor laughing and back again in this exciting and hilarious novel whose film rights have already been sold. Weir is a software programmer and proud space nerd.


    If you loved Castaway or Gravity, you’ll enjoy Andy Weir’s The Martian, which is getting a lot of advance buzz. Prepare to stock up on extra copies for your patrons.

    (Source: addtoany.com)

  4. New Worlds to Explore | Genre Spotlight →

    Judging by the upcoming fall publishing season, there will be plenty of speculative fiction titles to sharpen readers’ minds, but no one particular trend is leading the charge. Sf and fantasy has attracted a far more diverse readership than ever before, and publishing success can be found by exploring that diversity. Military sf and space opera stage a revival, fantasy goes dark, and digital publishing is here to stay.

    Get your SF/fantasy geek on! Fellow Tumblrarian Genre Junkie shines a spotlight on winter 2013/spring 2014 titles. Prepare to have your mind blown with Pierce Brown’s Red Rising.

    (Source: addtoany.com)

  5. Call for reviewers!
LJ Fiction Editor Wilda Williams (you can find her here on Tumblr) is looking for reviewers for ebook original mysteries and sf/fantasy/horror.
If you’re interested in reviewing for LJ, please read our guidelines first. To apply, fill out a questionnaire and email it, along with the signed contract, a résumé, and two sample reviews in LJ style to Wilda at wwilliams at mediasourceinc dot com.

    Call for reviewers!

    LJ Fiction Editor Wilda Williams (you can find her here on Tumblr) is looking for reviewers for ebook original mysteries and sf/fantasy/horror.

    If you’re interested in reviewing for LJ, please read our guidelines first. To apply, fill out a questionnaire and email it, along with the signed contract, a résumé, and two sample reviews in LJ style to Wilda at wwilliams at mediasourceinc dot com.

  6. hevelincollection:

The Science Fiction Fan No.44, March 1940.


GPOY

    hevelincollection:

    The Science Fiction Fan No.44, March 1940.

    GPOY

  7. bookshavepores:

Awesomeness alert! An interactive guide to navigating NPR’s Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books (via sfsignal) Click through for larger version 

Whoa. This is awesome.

    bookshavepores:

    Awesomeness alert! An interactive guide to navigating NPR’s Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books (via sfsignalClick through for larger version 

    Whoa. This is awesome.