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Links tagged with “sciencefiction”

  1. Mirrorshades

    Free online edition of the 1986 cyberpunk anthology: Gibson, Cadigan, Rucker, Bear, Sterling, etc. Not the most readable format however. (via

  2. In search of the new

    Robin Sloan gets lots of recommendations for SF books “that could only have been written in the last ten years, … that hinge on experi­ences and feelings new in the last ten years, … that repre­sent the current leading edge of the genre’s specu­la­tive and stylistic devel­op­ment?”

  3. Post-post-collapse fiction? - scifi sf sciencefiction | Ask MetaFilter

    “fiction taking place after society has begun to rebuild itself” (via Things Magazine)

  4. Look for the Lungfish

    Some great paragraphs from a good post by Charlie Stross about questioning all assumptions when imagining what our future is like.

  5. Speculating Futures

    A reading list. “Speculating Futures looks at past speculative narratives, like those of Ursula K. Le Guin, and past attempts at creating technological utopia, like Chile’s Cybersyn.”

  6. Beeple - the work of mike winkelmann (cinema 4d project files, free vj loops etc.)

    He’s been making a new 3D science-fictiony image every day since 2007. Some lovely things. (via Bldblog)

  7. Neal Stephenson Responds With Wit and Humor - Slashdot

    I’ve only read the answer to question 2, but that’s worth linking to alone. On the difference between two different worlds of writers. “The reason she’d never heard of me was because I was famous.” (via @JamesBridle)

  8. Paris Review - The Art of Fiction No. 211, William Gibson

    I finally got round to reading this interview. Good stuff.

  9. In praise of the sci-fi corridor - Den of Geek

    Wonderful essay about science fiction movie corridors, with lots of pictures. The internet gives generously. (via @moleitau)

  10. Utopia - Charlie’s Diary

    Charlie Stross on why we need more utopian visions of the future. Not being very up with science fiction, I’ve been wondering recently if there is some of this around. Maybe not, yet. (via Magical Nihilism)

  11. Gallery - Brilliant SF books that got away - Image 1 - New Scientist

    I’ve only read one of these. So much to read! (via @GreatDismal)

  12. Rainer Werner Fassbinder Foundation - World on a Wire

    Three hour German TV science fiction film from 1973, which sounds great, re-released on DVD. (via an article in June 2010 ‘Sight & Sound’)

  13. Neuwanstein site - Primer Timeline

    For the wonderful and confusing movie ‘Primer’. Contains spoilers. (via Haddock)

  14. YouTube - Ignite ETech 2008: Matt Webb

    Matt’s fun five minute whizz around fictional versions of the solar system. Wish I’d been in San Diego and Austin this past week.

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