Oct 4, 2012, Science Fiction Lab Radio Show Photos and My 2-Minute Madness from the “Reboot” Episode

The Science Fiction Lab Radio Show [web and Twitter] had its first episode of the season tonight on October 4, 2012 at 7:00pm-8:00pm. Tonight’s episode was hosted by Justin Ellis and Adam LeDoux, and Paul Clifton worked the board. SF Lab members included Ariel Cohen, Matthew Guzdial, Sharena Taylor, Brendan Cecere, and Xavier Culver. TheContinue reading “Oct 4, 2012, Science Fiction Lab Radio Show Photos and My 2-Minute Madness from the “Reboot” Episode”

I Will Be On Air for SF Lab Radio Show Reboot, Thursday evening, Oct 4, 7:00-8:00pm

If you live in Atlanta or have a reliable Internet connection, you can hear me and the other Georgia Tech Science Fiction Lab Radio Show folk on WREK 91.1 FM (tune in or stream live from wrek.org) on Thursday, October 4 from 7:00pm-8:00pm. This week’s theme is “reboots.” We will begin with introductions and aContinue reading “I Will Be On Air for SF Lab Radio Show Reboot, Thursday evening, Oct 4, 7:00-8:00pm”

DC Reboots Full Line of Comics to No. 1 in 2011

Seth and I were talking about DC’s planned reboot of its comic lines after we saw X-Men: First Class with Y and Joy tonight at the Kent University Plaza Theater. After I got home, I saw this article by George Gene Gustines on the New York Times that discusses the scope of DC’s plans: Audacious.Continue reading “DC Reboots Full Line of Comics to No. 1 in 2011”

CFP, Science Fiction Film and Television Special Issues on Remakes and Biopolitics

Sherryl Vint sent out the following CFP for the journal Science Fiction Film and Television. I have a BSG essay that I’m definitely going to send to SFFTV. You should send them something, too! Science Fiction Film and Television is a biannual, peer-reviewed journal published by Liverpool University Press. Edited by Mark Bould (UWE) andContinue reading “CFP, Science Fiction Film and Television Special Issues on Remakes and Biopolitics”