Arcfinity concludes their three-part interview with the six Arthur C. Clarke Award nominees, asking them what SF authors and books they are currently reading that they recommend:
Arcfinity interview – Part 3
The winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award will be announced tonight (May 1) at the Royal Society in London.
Arcfinity continues their interview from yesterday with the six Arthur C. Clarke Award nominees. In the second of three parts, today’s question is about how Twitter and online debate are affecting the SF community:
Arcfinity interview – Part 2
The winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award will be announced tomorrow (May 1) at the Royal Society in London.
Today, Arcfinity, a bimonthly feature from New Scientist, has the first of a
two-part (ed. 4/30 three-part) interview with the six nominees for the yearly Arthur C. Clarke Award. The first part is about the importance of science fiction prizes:
The nominees for the award, to be awarded May 1, are as follows:
God’s War by Kameron Hurley (Del Rey)
Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie (Orbit)
The Disestablishment of Paradise by Phillip Mann (Gollancz)
Nexus by Ramez Naam (Angry Robot)
The Adjacent by Christopher Priest (Gollancz)
The Machine by James Smythe (Blue Door)