Science Fiction

Based on the Book

So I've put myself on the request list for The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger in anticipation of the movie (coming to a theater near you on August 14th).  I'm the sort of person who likes to read the book before seeing the movie.

Engulfed by (Catching) Fire

I loved The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins – following Katniss Everdeen as a contestant in an annual, televised competition where only one participant can ultimately survive(!) – and have been waiting excitedly for the next book in the series,

Fame Whether You Want It or Not

Extras by Scott Westerfeld

Who is on the horizon in SF?

Let's indulge our own Science Fiction future sight and see if we can predict the rising stars of Speculative Fiction (Science Fiction/Fantasy). 

WorldCon 2009: Anticipation in Montréal

Every year the fandom of Science Fiction gathers together to share their enthusiasm for the genre.  Each year is a different city, and this year takes us to Montréal for Anticipation, August 6-10.  Fans, authors, artists, publishers, filmmakers, and more enjoy convention days devoted to the genre of speculative fiction.  The Hugo Awards as well as the John W.

Science Fiction Hall of Fame 2009 Inductees

The Science Fiction Hall of Fame is housed in the Science Fiction Museum in Seattle.  Each year since 1996, they have inducted four persons who have contributed to the genre.  Previous members include Steven Spielberg, Anne McCaffrey, and Ray Bradbury.  The 2009 Science Fiction Hall of Fame inductees are Edward L. Ferman, Michael Whelan, Connie Willis, and Frank R.

Top 50 Science Fiction & Fantasy Books

The Science Fiction Book Club selections of the most significant science fiction and fantasy books of 1953-2002.

Phobos' 100 Best Science Fiction Books

Phobos Entertainment, a company "dedicated to creating high quality science fiction entertainment" created this list of best sci-fi books.

Hugo Award - Best Novel

The Hugo Awards are named in honor of Hugo Gernsback, the "father of magazine science fiction." It is awarded annually for achievement in science fiction by the World Science Fiction Society at the World Science Fiction Convention (WorldCon).

2011

Nebula Award Winner Announced

The winner of the 2008 Nebula Award was announced last week. The Nebula Awards annually honor the best in science fiction. They are sponsored by the Science Fiction Writers of America. The winner is Ursula K.

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