Interior shot of a rotunda in the British Library. Image by RBAPixSFWA joined several other organizations in correspondence to the U.S. Copyright Office, sending this letter expressing the concerns they have with the potential uses of AI.

The British Library was the victim of a cyberattack. (This article may be behind a paywall.)

For Jim Butcher fans offers an excerpt of his latest, The Olympian Affair.

In the Old and Lost Things department, it’s possible a long-missing model of the Enterprise from Star Trak has been located. It was listed on eBay, but the listing was removed when sharp-eyed techs recognized the long-missing artifact.

The CW has cancelled Superman and Lois.

“[Publishing] is ancient and omnipresent. To me, it is a force of nature or a living thing.” Lyrical and a bit grandiose, but in this Publishers Weekly article the writer waxes poetic about why publishing isn’t dying, and isn’t even sick.

Doctor Who is letting go of a decades-old “no hanky-panky” rule.

File 770 offers a reviews of the British Library’s current exhibit on Fantasy; Realm of the Imagination,  plus some interesting facts about the library itself.

Nerds of a Feather reviews Killers of the Flower Moon, which seems like a stretch. This reviewer loved it unabashedly, so there’s that.


  • Marion Deeds

    Marion Deeds, with us since March, 2011, is the author of the fantasy novella ALUMINUM LEAVES. Her short fiction has appeared in the anthologies BEYOND THE STARS, THE WAND THAT ROCKS THE CRADLE, STRANGE CALIFORNIA, and in Podcastle, The Noyo River Review, Daily Science Fiction and Flash Fiction Online. She’s retired from 35 years in county government, and spends some of her free time volunteering at a second-hand bookstore in her home town.

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