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We are the World, and it's plastic...Meteor Shower, mysterious oxygen on Mars, a happy Delany, retro SF art, lots more round out this week's news
Chinese SF Awards, Stephen King, Norman Spinrad (twice!), Macavity Awards, Weekender Awards, Roddenberry Jr and more
Killer bots, creative costumes, dwarf planet, space junk, Janet Morris, Norman Spinrad, Henry Kuttner, Warren Zevon, James Joyce, Karloff and DHS's list of secret keywords!
Aurora, Mohlere, Ringo, British Fantasy, Endeavour, Nommo, crime fiction awards, Odyssey workshop, pixel scroll and The Watchmen discussion
Wow! weirdness and light this week in the news: plastic army women, Einstein up-ended, bra makers made spacesuits and if that isn't weird enough, Cthulhu is picking a fight with Stephen King! Read on!
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Fans doing bad things in the news; Poetry Awards, Classics at Loscon, World Fantasy schedule, Sidewise, Booker and a NEW! Trigger Snowflake Adventure!
Apollo pool party, political ads and social networking, an The Orville Shooting model, Zombieland & Ghostbusters, new Catwoman, Red Dwarf film, more
European Dick Festival; Sunburst awards, Crime Fiction awards, CanSMOF scholarships, GUFF nominations, and, oh yeah, a couple of Nobels....
Unresponsive Police bots, space walking cosmonauts, Saturn ascendant, cheese is addictive and lots more
Harvey Awards, Dwarf Star Awards, Elgin Awards, RIP Curt Stubbs, Kramer charged again, TWZ is 60, and lots of pixels and scrolls
October is Meteor Month; skull & bones sugar lumps, black hole may be orbiting our sun, space rocks may be spying on the Earth, Sandford calls for change of name to Clarke Award, Venkman says dogs and cats are living together, reading SF may not make you stupid after all and lots more stuff of biblical proportions this week in Amazing News
Mermaids, WWII Dioramas, Augur Magazine, Joker film, Philp Pullman, aliens with big brains and more round out or top posts for the week
Captain Future; female heroes in space; three black holes colliding; FTL being taken seriously, Dan Simmons screed; Elon Musk builds a silo; Kay Tarrant, George Lucas, Greta Thunberg, Boston Dynamics, Spider-Man and, believe it or not - more!
SPECIAL NOTE: I submitted Filk lyrics to File 770 for a Pixel Scroll title; Editor Glyer rejected it for that purpose but encouraged me...
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Palindrome week (no, NOT camels!); lots of scrolling, Deutscher Priz, Creative Arts Emmys, Talk like a Pirate - rrrrrrrrr - and more in this week's File 770 roundup
Pummice rafts to save the Great Barrier reef; Tarantino Trek will be 'R' rated; Greg Bernford promotes his brother, Strange Horizons discusses religion in SF, court rules banning atheists in constitutional and more atrocity within!
Dublin coverage, Brad Lineweaver passes, Uncanny releases a new issue and more
Our Top Twenty Posts for the month of August, 2019
Sexbots, tarriffs, a (now) former Worldcon Chair getting much needed sleep, Sony and Disney fight over Peter Parker, Black Panther II, Afrofuturism, indy bookstores and more!
Bradbury Statute unveiled; Hugo, Alfie, Neffy, Ringo, Munsey, ESFS, Prix Rosny Aine and Pegasus awards; Future Worldcon bids, NESFA contest, more
Our most popular posts from this week include the announcment that the Amazing Stories TV show will debut in November
Hugo Awards, Russian Nukes, gravity suits, mimeographs, should AI's own intellectual property?, and more
Carl Slaughter passes, some fans meetup up in Ireland; Filers meetup in Ireland; Harvey and Teen awards and Dublin, Dublin, Dublin!
Reviews, both contemporary and ancient; Retro Hugos, Wizards, but no big-brained aliens this week. More.
Water Ice confirmed on Mars; GRRM does SF a solid; Steve Stiles art 50+ years on, Armadillocon boots a bad actor, Batwoman won't just be a lesbian, she'll be a Jewish lesbian, and more
Dragon Award Finalists; no SFWA for Del Arroz - again; many cats sleeping on many works; Glasgow bid; NZ changes, Arisia loses 2nd arbitration, plus fun stuff - lots of it!
Leigh Brackett, happenings in Hispanic CF, reviews, defending Starship Troopers, and more
AO3, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Trump disses Edgar Allen Poe, new spacesuit for lunar missions, Dune and Starship Troopers reboots, so much more!