Marvel Ventures Into Romance Novels


With the popularity of Fifty Shades of Gray and similar novels showing no signs of dissipating, Marvel Comics announced last week that they will jump into the field of romantic literature.

Would You Add Google To Your Brain?


Author Ramez Naam poses the question as part of his talk on the future of human computer interaction.

Martin Working on Prequel


The good news is we’ll get a new entry into the Westerios universe from George R.R. Martin this year. The bad news is it won’t be the next installment in the epic fantasy series.

Tour the Enterprise


Looking for a great gift for the Next Generation fan in your life?  How about a tour of the NCC-1701-D, better known as the TNG era Enterprise. Barons is offering a new book by Trek gurus and consultants Michael and Denise Okuda.  On Board the U.S.S. Enterprise will hit stores later this year and include at […]

Pratchett Reveals How DiscWorld Will Continue


Sir Terry Pratchett’s best-selling and iconic DiscWorld series will continue even after Pratchett is no longer with us.

Screen Gems Hopes For Next Young Adult Franchise


In the never ending quest to find the next big franchise based on a young adult series, Screen Gems has purchased the rights to the upcoming young adult fantasy novel, Black City.

Will Rowling’s New Book Get a Movie Adaptation?


While J.K. Rowling’s first non-Harry Potter novel has done well at the bookstore, Hollywood isn’t certain yet if they will adapt The Casual Vacancy for the silver screen.

Rice Bringing Back Lestat?

Could Anne Rice be readying for a return visit by her vampire creation Lestat?

King Announces Release Date For “The Shining” Sequel


Fans eager for the sequel to The Shining have another year to wait before the novel hits stores.

“Doctor Who” Wins Another Hugo Award


Doctor Who and Game of Thrones took home Hugo awards for dramatic presentations over the weekend and Among Others took home the award as best novel. Winners were announced this weekend at Chicon 7, the 70th World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon). Here’s a full list of winners. Best Novel Winner: Among Others by Jo Walton (Tor) A Dance […]

NASA Pays Tribute to Ray Bradbury


While award-winning sci-fi author Ray Bradbury didn’t live to see the Curiosity rover make it to Mars, NASA is keeping his spirit alive as we explore the Red Planet.

Remembering Harry Harrison


The author who gave us Solyent Green and the Stainless Steel Rat has passed away.

Gaiman Writing New “Sandman” Miniseries

DC made a big splash on the first day of ComicCon with news that Neil Gaiman will return to his popular Sandman universe.

At the Vertigo panel, DC revealed that Gaiman is teaming with Batwoman artist J.H. Williams III for a new miniseries.

Groening Retires “Life in Hell”


After 32 years, Matt Groening has written his last Life in Hell comic strip.

Library Pulls Graphic Novels


Alan Moore is not going to be happy when he hears that a public library system in North Carolina has pulled copies of his graphic novel, Neonomicon from the shelves. The library says it was responding to complaints about the levels of sex and nudity in the book.