I have some tid-bits for you all this fine (rainy here) Friday.
I heard on David Brin's blog that Worldcon in Reno (Renovation) is offering a college credit course on teaching science fiction! How awesome is that?
2010 Nebula awards, presented on May 21st went to the following:
Connie Willis for Blackout/All Clear (Spectra)
Rachel Swirsky for "The Lady Who Plucked Red Flowers beneath the Queen's Window" (Subterranean, Summer 2010)
Eric James Stone for "That Leviathan, WHom Thou Has Made" (Analog Sept. 2010)
Looks like there's two winners! Kij Johnson's "Ponies" (Tor.com 1/17/10) tied with Harlan Ellison's "How Interesting: A Tiny Man" (Realms of Fantasy 2/10)
Ray Bradbury Award
Andre Norton Award
I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Prathett (Doubleday; Harper)
How fun is this? A primer for relating to a sf/f geek can be found over at Author's Echo. Make sure to add your two cents!
Here's an eye-opening article by Kristine Kathryn Rusch for my writer-readers out there. We keep hearing how the publishing world is changing. After a while, we tune it out and figure it will right itself eventually or we'll dip a toe here and there into the new paradigm and see how it goes. Well, it's not going away and we need to get with the program I guess.
Now let's peek at movies: