MWA Teams Up With SFWA to Support Writer Beware (2009-08-11): The Mystery Writers of America (MWA) is going to co-sponsor the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America's (SFWA) Writer Beware program.
James Frey Pens Teen Alien Series for HarperCollins (2009-07-10): James Frey, the author of the discredited, memoir A Million Little Pieces, is now writing science fiction for young adults.
Arthur C. Clarke Funeral Services Tomorrow (2008-03-21): Sir Arthur C.
Science Fiction Writers Help Out Homeland Security Department (2007-05-31): USA Today reports that the U.
P.D. James Proud of Film Version of Children of Men (2007-01-08): Author P.D. James is reportedly pleased with the film adaptation of his novel, Children of Men. The film stars actor Clive Owen.
The Science of Middle Earth (2005-07-01): Lord of the Rings is often discussed as a perfect fantasy series
with magic, fantastic settings and interesting creatures like
elves, dragons, hobbits, dwarves and orcs.
Douglas Adams: A Man Ahead of His Time (2005-06-29): Douglas Adams, the popular author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and other popular mystery and science fiction novels, was clearly a man ahead of his time.
George Orwell's Home Gets a Refurb (2005-06-29): The home where legendary author Eric Arthur Blair (who became known as George Orwell) was born is being turned into a first-class museum.
Orson Scott Card Blasts Star Trek (2005-05-04): With the cancellation of Star Trek: Enterprise, there will be no Star Trek on TV for the first time in quite a few years.
Arthur C. Clarke Loses Diving School (2004-12-28): Arthur C. Clarke lost his Sri Lanka diving school in a tsunami. The school is located in Hikkaduwa.
A Conversation With Bill DeSmedt (2004-12-01): Bill DeSmedt
likes to say that he's spent his life
living by his wits and his words.
Post-Singularity Fiction and the Struggling SF Writer (2004-09-14): If technological advances continue at their current pace (and we're not all blown up by terrorists), some theorists believe that artificial intelligence will reach such a point that we will actually have created a "superhuman" intelligence.
A Conversation With Steve Alten (2004-08-01): Steve Alten talks about his New York Times bestseller MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror. He also talks about his megalodon novels, Domain, Olmecs, sharks, writing advice and more!
A Conversation With Gary Tigerman (2003-12-01): Gary Richard Tigerman grew up in California's San Fernando
Valley biking to public school,
splashing around the backyard pool, and secretly
reading Bradbury and Heinlein under the covers
with a flashlight.
A Conversation With Kevin J. Anderson (2003-10-01): Ever since he was a little boy growing up in the tiny
town of Oregon, Wisconsin,
Baen Celebrates 20 Years of Independent Science Fiction Publishing (2003-07-11): In the current era of publishing mega mergers and consolidation,
Jim Baen, president and publisher of Baen Books, is celebrating
his independence and twenty years of science fiction publishing.
A Conversation With Alan Dean Foster (2002-04-01): New York Times bestselling novelist Alan Dean Foster discusses his popular Commonwealth series, writing in the Star Wars universe, his typical writing day, photography and more.
A Conversation With Dan Simmons (2001-09-01): Bestselling author Dan Simmons talks about his Hyperion series, the Shrike, detective fiction, Hardcase, teaching, advice for beginning writers and more.
A Conversation With James Clemens (2000-10-01): Mystery thriller fans know him as
the New York Times
bestselling author of Subterranean (HarperCollins), a fast-paced thriller which
was an immediate hit with both readers and reviewers.
Worldbuilding From The Ground Up (2000-04-01): Note: This feature is the transcript from
a live event produced by HarperCollins for its popular
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