Thursday, February 15, 2007

SF news

I think Lost is finally back on track. Last night's episode gets back to the science fiction story line that was sorely lacking in the prison drama that dominated the first seven episodes of the season. Judging by the episode scores on TV.com, I think the viewing public concurs. Hopefully a meteor will strike the Others island and we can pretend those first episodes never happened. I was close to giving up on this one.

SF Site has some interesting bits. There is an interview with Ken MacLeod about his new book, in the new field of "The New British Catastrophe." I must admit that his use of Castro-lover Phillip Agee as a source gives me pause. They list their top ten scifi books of 2006. The brief overview of David Hartwell & Kathryn Cramer's new hard scifi anthology has moved it to my must purchase list.

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