Tag: science fiction

  • Where To Find Phil Nelson Online, April 2021 Edition

    I’ve found things are easier when I post these periodic reminders of where I am doing stuff online these days, and how people can get at me or support me or both. Not many changes from our previous edition in December 2020. Bold items are new. As of right now you can find me at…

  • “Lost” Rod Serling Interview From 1970

    Serling interviewed by University of Kansas professor James Gunn. [Part 1][1] and [Part 2][2]. This video was to be part of the professor’s film series “Science Fiction in Literature,” but was not included due to rights issues with Serling’s work. Blame CBS. Via [SF Signal.][via] [1]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wfazePQzj8&feature=player_embedded “YouTube – Lost Rod Serling Interview, 1970 pt01″…

  • Terry Pratchett on Doctor Who

    [Terry, who as he says himself was “there at the beginning”:][link] >The unexpected, unadvertised solution which kisses it all better is known as a deus ex machina – literally, a god from the machine. And a god from the machine is what the Doctor now is. A decent detective story provides you with enough tantalising…

  • How to Build a Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later

    [Relevant to my interests, and somehow I hadn’t read it before][link]. PKD knew a thing or two about this. [link]: http://deoxy.org/pkd_how2build.htm “How to Build a Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later”

  • The Art of Penguin Science Fiction

    [A historical guide to the book jacket designs of Penguin’s Sci-Fi line][link]. [link]: http://www.penguinsciencefiction.org/ “The Art of Penguin Science Fiction”

  • Warren Ellis on Shitgaze, and Novum

    [Things like this just fall off of Warren when he’s taking his monthly bath][link], and it’s the most interesting thing I’ve read today. [link]: http://www.warrenellis.com/?p=7178 “Warren Ellis » Shitgaze”