- 20 insane concepts from the 2012 Skyscraper Competition
- Cuddly Cthulhu: how HP Lovecraft’s dark materials turned soft. The Lovecraft merchandising machine has transformed the horror writer’s muck-encrusted god, Cthulhu, into fluffy toys and after-dinner mints.
- Somalia is an ad, but it works pretty well as a short film, too.
- Interview: Scott Westerfield speaks with author Scott Westerfield about the new manga Uglies: Shay’s Story
- Art of the Genre: Top 10 Fantasy Swords
- 10 Stalled Film & TV Adaptations That We Want To See Made
- Top 10 Female Science Fiction Characters
- Top Fifteen Sci-Fi/Fantasy Honeymoon Destinations
- Interview: Eric Sheffer Stevens talks long takes and Silent House
- Interview: Director Joss Whedon brings unique style to ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’.
- Interview: Joss Whedon talks Iron Man suit, musical score to Empire.
- News: The theft of Nic Cage’s copy of “Action Comics #1″ is going to serve as the basis for a comedy film. I’m guess it’ll be called, “Dude, Where’s my Comic?”
- The 50 most memorable action movie moments
- Excuse Me, Your Dystopia Is Broken… A critique of In Time.
- “John Carter” and the Curse of Mars
- Interview: A. Lee Martinez on Inspirations & Influences
- Interview: Apex Magazine interviews Jay Lake
- Interview: Michael Chabon Attacks Prejudice Against Science Fiction
- Interview: Saladin Ahmed of Throne of the Crescent Moon talks to Hotlist.
- Interview: Satin Bag discusses After the Apocalypse with Maureen McHugh
- The Only Song of Ice and Fire Map You’ll Ever Need
- Spurred By Success, Publishers Look For The Next ‘Hunger Games’
- Why 2012 is shaping up to be my worst year yet for ebooks
- Neil deGrasse Tyson gives testimony on March 7, 2012 before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation (Majority member page) / (Minority member page) Eight minutes of speech followed by questioning and response.
- Any Sufficiently Advanced Civilization is Indistinguishable from Nature
- Cebit’s pole-dancing droids and other new technologies
- The Fiction to Reality Timeline Infographic is a chart displaying the relationship between fictional and real technology
- Mars: Boldly Going Where Lots Of Science Fiction Has Gone Before
- NASA helps announce Angry Birds in Space