Well, 2023 news roundup begins with a bang: honeybees getting vaccinated, liquid blood extracted from a 4,000 year old foal, an amateur archaeologist solves cave drawing riddle, a two-legged fox eats spam, David Brin’s Uplif series reviewed, a Norman Spinrad newsletter announced, Allen Steele promises more Captain Future, Kubrick answers 2001 question, and, you guessed it, even MORE!
A big news round up from a Big Year: we’ve got TAFF trip reports, Tom Tomorrow, ancient DNA, robot sisters, new space minerals, a Smofcon report on Chengdu, Boskone 60’s lineup and, you guessed it, even more!
Important (and cool) news this week: Jan 6 Committee final report, Polish petition to Worldcon, astronomy impacted by global warming, Lifetime Achievement Award to Nnedi Okorafor, Jerry Pournelle’s Rods from God get the Youtube treatment, InSights’s last transmission, fossils from the day the dinosaurs died, Scalzi’s latest,m a convention bans AI art and lots more!
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Steven H Silver, J Scott Coatsworth, Maurizio Manzieri, James Cameron, Robert Silverberg, Star Lord, Irwin Allen, pictures from space, Chinese protests all this week – and more – in Amazing News
Hunter and Mono track down a lost pod that may have the coordinates to a black hole.
The Mushroom People (yes, from the Mushroom Planet. They’re illegal aliens and therefore work for cheap) have deigned to summarize today’s offerings in order to wet your appetites. Get your drool rags on!
Expect some weirdness as Halloween approaches
Bob Madles’ passing headlines’s this week’s fannish news, heralding the end of Fandom as we know it (though, in truth, what we’ve known as Fandom has been fading for almost two decades now)
The return of the ten greatest wizards of all time marks a highlight of this week’s most popular posts!
Sleeping Credentials; story contests; She Hulk, Fearless Fans and Its Bradbury Saturday Night!
Elon Musk may be Count Baltar; Lucille Ball gets an interstellar hug, Nosferatu may ride again, Time Magazine, 2001, Weird Tales and lots of other news this week
NEWS Pixel Scroll 10/1/22 Scroll Me Once, I Am The Pixel, Scroll Me Twice, I Am The File RED WOMBAT SIGNS SUNDAY AT CAPCLAVE. The Ursula Vernon autograph session specifically for kids at Capclave will […]
A very interesting mix of posts in our list of most popular posts from the previous week.
The “usual” Pixel Scrolls (NOTHING is “usual” about Pixel Scroll) awards, essays and support for the Jewish Futures anthology Kickstarter – that is backed by Amazing Stories
Con reports, streaming series review, a Dust film, an anthology review and the unveiling of the cover of Cents of Wonder, our latest anthology, feature prominently in this week’s roundup of most popular posts.
Lots of news from Worldcon
F&SF reviews once again top our list this week, joined by The Clubhouse, convention coverage and more
Lugosi performs for Night on Bald Mountain, Bill Nye critiques a film, Ellen Kushner highlight a Sheldon quote and Robinson says Mars is irrelevant. Plus lots more in today’s Amazing News!
Victory comic by Ukrainian artists benefits Ukrainian relief – more
Reviews of F&SF feature, visa issues and the return of the ten greatest wizards of all time
A double dose of cool news items that will no doubt intrigue, if not irritate you!
(Special Double Make-Up Edition. Before you get all excited about something, check the date) NEWS Pixel Scroll 8/20/22 When I Scroll Alone, I Prefer To Be By Myself CON CELEBRITY GUEST CHARGED. Yahoo! reports “Gary […]
Space Princesses are the subject of the least popular post in our popular post roundup: Visa issues are at the top. What lies between…?
Einstein spoke out about racism, Big Tech and anti-trust, more helicopters on Mars and more Max Headroom in your living room, all this and more in this week’s Amazing News!
Inaugural Ursula K. Le Guin award, British Fantasy, SDCC needs editing and more
Aliens with Big Brains feature in one of our most popular posts this week
NFTs hit Fandom, Traveller travels on, First Fandom Experience highlights 1946 fiction, Cadigan wins Scribe and Simon Pegg picks sides in the franchise culture wars
RIP Eric Flint; Wellman, Scribe, Sidewise & other awards, Chicon 8, Uncanny mag and more in fannish news
Getting the “Bends” in space, C. J. Cherryh interview, Virgil Finlay, Jack Williamson’s The Metal Man and much more in this weeks most read posts!