The British Science Fiction Association (BSFA) awards were announced last weekend. Best YA novel went to The Iron Widow, by Xiran Jay Zhou; Best novel, Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky, best shorter fiction Fireheart Tiger by Aliette de Bodard. Congratulations to all the winners.
File 770 has an article about Ukrainian art of resistance. (This column will have a couple of Ukrainian topics included.)
File 770 gave us a link to the most recent WisCon update.
Publishers Weekly provides a list of the most “challenged” books (“banned” is such an unpleasant word) in 2021.
The Mary Sue reviews Amazon’s new series The Outer Range, a, hmm, western-SF-thriller-mystery series starring Josh Brolin and a big hole in the ground.
The story of the work of fiction that “predicted” the sinking of the Titanic is evergreen, but I didn’t know just how sketchy the author of that work was! Smithsonian Magazine spills the tea on Mayn Clew Garnett.
Item 4 in this File 770 Pixel Scroll contains information and some images of what is politely being called the “Ukrainian bird stamp.” (It’s not avian. It refers to a hand gesture.)
Here is the first trailer for Thor, Love and Thunder.