As some of you may know, I’ve been on the steering committee for the Parsec Awards for several years now. The awards seeks to celebrate the best in speculative fiction podcasting. If you have an interest in audio fiction of the science fiction, fantasy, horror, and steampunk flavors (just to name a few), then I can recommend nothing better than the current and past lists of finalists and winners.
It took a bit longer than usual for us to listen through and evaluate this year’s round of nominee samples, so I’m happy to announce the finalists for 2014! Check out these podcasts for stories, audio dramas, science behind the stories, and geeking out about favorite speculative fiction content.
This past weekend I did something that I’ve wanted to do ever since I was a geeky teenager. I attended a science fiction convention, or con as it’s more commonly known. I’m sure you’re all conjuring up visions of storm troopers and Klingons, and while there were a few of the latter, they were more of a minority. In fact, it seemed like there were multiple cons happening all at the same time.
“A Wrinkle In Time” has been made into a TV movie airing tomorrow evening on ABC.
This evening, NPR’s All Things Considered reported on the TV movie of the classic book A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine L’Engle. It will be broadcast in the evening on ABC Monday, May 10th. I don’t have a television, but as luck would have it, I’m house sitting for someone tomorrow evening who has a television, so I may get to watch it.