A New “Lost in Space,” Kevin Smith Survives the Cut and More

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“Beyond the Gloaming” Book Trailer


The new book by UK author Brendan Murphy gets first class Hollywood CGI trailer.

Museum of Science Fiction & DC Public Library Team Up

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Museum of Science Fiction and DC Public Library Partner to Host Film Festival and Use Science Fiction to Raise Child Literacy

Potter Getting Gray?

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Ever wonder what became of the adult Harry Potter? A new Rowling short story dishes it all out through Hogwarts’ gossip monger Rita Skeeter.

Berry on Small Screen, Gaiman Coming to Cable, and More

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News about Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods,” Halle Berry’s flirtation with TV, robotic journalists – and more…

VanderMeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy Meets Hollywood


Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy is being hailed as one of the most exciting new additions to the sci-fi novel genre. Now it will be coming to the big screen.

Disney Announces New Star Wars Children’s Books

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Disney Publishing Worldwide (DPW) announced today the upcoming global release of four new books based on the original Star Wars film trilogy.

Did George R.R. Martin Spoil His Next Novel?

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Author George R.R. Martin is working on the next installment in the epic fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire, The Winds of Winter.

Astronomer Honors Banks


The late Iain M. Banks’ name will live on, not just on our bookshelves but in the universe.

Shatner Reads “Where The Wild Things Are”


Captain Kirk wants to encourage children of all ages to share his love of reading.

Remembering Jack Vance

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Science-fiction writer Jack Vance has passed away at the age of 96.

Could You Get Paid For Writing Fan Fic?


Amazon unveiled its new publishing venture Kindle Worlds yesterday and already the book world is buzzing.

The new service will attempt to reward both writers and the original rights holders for new fiction based on existing stories and characters.

What If “Game of Thrones” Finishes on TV Before the Final Book is Published?


Given the amount of time it takes George R.R. Martin to craft and publish the next installment of A Song of Ice and Fire, it’s looking more and more likely that Game of Thrones will end before the final volume is published. Add in that the producers are saying they believe seven seasons of the show would be a good run for the series, that means the TV show could SPOIL the novels.

Petition Started Recognize Asimov’s Home


The Philadelphia Weekly has started a petition to recognize the home of one of the greatest writers of science-fiction with a historical marker.

Disney Channel Actress Gets Book Deal


The star of Shake It Up is looking to make a splash in the book publishing world with a new young adult series called Autumn Falls.