• “65” Mini-Review
    By Jonathan Cowie: Several of our local SF group went to see the film 65 (trailer here from the writers/directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. First up, if you checked beforehand the teaser synopsis on IMDB, then beware it is potentially misleading. It says: After … Continue reading
  • Cats Sleep on SFF: Keith Roberts
    Joachim Boaz introduces us to an addition to the family: My new cat Cyrus. My previous reading partner tabby of 16 years passed away a few weeks ago. This one is in training. The second one is Cyrus too — … Continue reading
  • 2023 IAFA Imagining Indigenous Futurisms Award
    The IAFA Imagining Indigenous Futurisms Award winner and short list was announced during the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts Conference on March 18. The Imagining Indigenous Futurism Award recognizes emerging authors who use science fiction to address … Continue reading
  • Pixel Scroll 3/18/23 Pixel’s Cat, Neither Scrolling Nor Not Scrolling, You Decide
    (1) DE LINT AND HARRIS STILL NEED SUPPORT. The Ottawa Citizen profiled MaryAnn Harris’s illness and fundraiser in “A tick bite, the Powassan virus, and MaryAnn’s struggle”. … “They didn’t know what was wrong,” said Charles, a popular author of … Continue reading
  • Third Critics Choice Super Awards
    The Critics Choice Association (CCA) on March 16 announced the winners of the 3rd Annual Critics Choice Super Awards, “honoring the most popular, fan-obsessed genres across both movies and television, including Superhero, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror, and Action.” Everything Everywhere All at … Continue reading
  • Pixel Scroll 3/17/23 Superscroll’s Fortress Of Pixeltude
    (1) BARD’S TOWER CLOSES. Bard’s Tower tweeted an announcement today that they have ceased operation. Bard’s Tower was Alexi Vandenberg’s book sales business noted for running autograph sessions at conventions to “provide celebrity experiences with the authors of SciFi and … Continue reading
  • Yoto Carnegie Medals 2023 Shortlists Announced
    The finalists for the Yoto Carnegie Medals, the UK’s oldest book awards for children and young people, were announced on March 17. Yoto Carnegie Medal for Writing finalists of genre interest are Medusa: The Girl Behind the Myth by Jessie Burton, … Continue reading
  • 2023 World Video Game Hall of Fame Finalists
    Which video games will make it into the World Video Game Hall of Fame this May? Is NBA 2K a slam dunk? Can The Last of Us outlast the rest? Will Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare fight through the competition? Can Wizardry cast a spell for victory? The Strong’s World Video Game … Continue reading
  • 2022 Cóyotl Award Nominees
    The Furry Writers’ Guild posted the nominees for the 2022 Cóyotl Awards on March 14.  The awards are given for the best anthropomorphic fiction of the past year. BEST NOVEL BEST NOVELLA BEST SHORT STORY BEST ANTHOLOGY
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