Spacesuits and Sixguns Magazine #2 Online by
(Spacesuits and Sixguns Magazine 24 April 2007 / ) - Issue #2 is online, with stories by Scott Nicholson, Lucy Snyder, Larry Tritten
and Rachel Swirsky. Cover art is by Liz Clarke, with interior illustration by Malcolm McClinton.
NBM'S EISNER Nominees: Trondheim, De Crecy Named for by
(NBM 23 April 2007 / ) - NBM Publishing congratulates graphic novelists Lewis Trondheim and Nicolas De Crecy for their nominations in the annual Eisner Awards. Trondheim, writer-artist of the dark comedy Mr. I and co-writer (with Joann Sfar) of the popular series Dungeon, is a nominee for Best Writer/Artist — Humor. The category of Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (Interior Art) includes writer-artist De Crecy for his work on Glacial Period, the first graphic novel sponsored by the Louvre Museum. (more...) (Source: NBM)
Kurt Vonnegut (November 11, 1922 – April 11, 2007) by
( 12 April 2007 / ) - Kurt Vonnegut, whose twisted Twainian sensibility foreshadowed Slipstream by taking on typically SF topics and rending them for other readers (and us as well), died from the after effects of a fall, which left him with "irreversible brain injuries."
Though he says in "Fates Worse Than Death: An Autobiographical Collage," he "finally stopped laughing at his own agony and that of those around him. He denounced life on this planet as a crock. He died." those of us who grew up with copies of Welcome to the Monkeyhouse, Player Piano or The Sirens of Titan in our jean's pocket learned from the author that while life was indeed a crock, you might as well take joy where you found it, offer kindness where you could, and find humor in the rest. So it goes.
2007 Hugo Nominations Announced by
(SFRevu 29 March 2007 / ) - Nippon 2007 is delighted to announce the nominees for the 2007 Hugo Awards (for work done in 2006). The Hugo Awards are science fiction's highest honor for professional and fan work.
Final votes will be cast only by members of Nippon 2007, and the Final Ballot and its deadline will be announced at a later date.
Winners will be announced at the the Hugo Awards Ceremonies during the 65th World Science Fiction Convention in Yokohama, Japan, on Saturday, September 1st. The ceremony will begin at 6:00 p.m. JPT. The Worldcon will be held in the Pacifico Yokohama Convention Center on August 30th - September 3, 2007. (more ...)
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