- GamerPaper imagines what it might have looked like If Classic Videogames had Achievements.
- Inspire 76 highlights the art of David Liu.
- Interview: Director Francis Ford Coppola Sees the Cinema World Falling Apart.
- SciFi Scanner takes a look at The Best and Worst Comic Book Movie Lairs, but I’m still not buying Aunt May’s House as a lair, flapjacks aside.
- Charles Tan (Bibliophile Stalker) is asking for help comping a database of speculative fiction anthologies that will be published in 2010. If you want to read what he’s compiled so far, check out the results on Google Docs. To suggest anthology, use this form.
- Somehow, ThisKevin actually managed to find 5 Music Videos About Werewolves.
- The Technology Review shares a few thoughts on How to Save Media.
- Today at noon on Neil Gaiman will tweet the first sentence in an interactive storytelling experiment, with the hope that fellow Twitterers will pick up the thread and spin the rest of the story 140 characters at a time. The final product will eventually be compiled into a short story, recorded as an audiobook, and made available on iTunes for free. Read more. You can join in too, at the BBC Audiobooks America Twitter account.
- Tor.com’s Joshua Pfeiffer makes a list of some his favorite Steampunk Media.
- Interview: Dark Wolf’s Fantasy Reviews interviews Steven Erikson.
- Interview: David P. Murphy, author of Zombies for Zombies: Advice and Etiquette for the Living Dead, speaks with Grasping for the Wind.
- Interview: Diabolical plots interviews Mark J. Ferrari, author The Book of Joby.
- Interview: Fantasy Book Critic speaks with new author Andy Remic.
- Interview: Mike Mignola talks about 15 years of Hellboy, B.P.R.D. & More.
- AbeBooks names its picks for the Top 10 Most Depressing Reads, beginning with The Road by Cormac McCarthy.
- David Anthony Durham discusses the perceived differences between “literary” and “genre” fiction over at the Blog of the Fallen.
- The Millions takes a look at a book scanning device demonstrated at New York Law School’s D is for Digitize conference.
- Interview: Leonard Nimoy discusses his role as William Bell on Fringe.
- News: Red Dwarf is getting a Tenth Series!
- Full episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation are circulating on YouTube. Even if you’ve seen them all, the comments are enough fun to read to merit a visit.
- Stargate Universe babes Alaina Huffman and Elyse Levesque are heating up the new issue of Steppin’ Out magazine.
- Unreality points the way to what may well be the Coolest Launch Cinematic ever.