Béla Tarr’s Satantango, which was also discussed back in May here.
Everyday Genius published a piece by Quincy Rhoads.
Angela Xu was interviewed in the Tampa Review.
Nicholas Grider is on the Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award longlist!
All work and no play makes Entropy dull.
There’s going to be a live-action Gundam movie!
SFF authors answer the question, “Are we already living in the future.”
The Star Wars sequel that never was.
NASA’s warp technology.
New Wave Vomit‘s essential reading
Mark Cugini rounds up “whas’ Poppin” in poetry (HTMLGIANT, 6/13)
Diana Dragonetti talks to Alexandra Naughton (HTMLGIANT, 6/14)
James Franco has a new short story (Vice, 6/10)
Check out Stephen Graham Jones’s story “Chapter Six” (Tor, 6/11)
Jonathan Lethem talks about new waves in SF (Former People, 6/13)
Ben Tanzer gets interviewed (The Believer Logger, 6/12)
Creepy Paddington Bear (AV Club, 6/13)
The chemical smell of books (Electric Literature, 6/12)
Bic creates a universal font (PSFK, 6/13)
The new Zelda is imminent. (Kotaku, 6/9)
Check out this horror short film, Cólera (i09, 6/13)
The Turing test’s roots (Popular Science, 6/13)
NBC’s Constantine should be good. (YouTube, 6/8)
Cult horror Leprechaun gets a reboot (Nerdist, 6/9)
Indie comic Quantum and Woody is making a comeback (Comic Book Resources, 6/14)