Sometimes, it already seems like the websites you visit know more about you than you know about yourself — but this is just the beginning. Every day you're helping to generate masses more data, which computers are getting better and better at crunching. How long will it be before the predictive power of these systems…
The latest development in the fairy tale renaissance: Disney will adapt Stephen Sondheim's musical Into the Woods, a decidedly nontraditional, if not downright revisionist, take on the canon.
Last fall, longtime Del Rey editor-in-chief Betsy Mitchell announced her retirement. But she's got bigger plans than taking up a new hobby: Mitchell has joined Open Road Integrated Media as their strategic adviser for science fiction and fantasy.
After decades out of the limelight, suddenly Snow White is everywhere. What woke this particular tale out of its coma?
Connie Willis has joined the illustrious company of Ursula K. LeGuin and Isaac Asimov — she's the author is the 2011 winner of the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award. The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America presents this honor annually for lifetime achievement in science fiction and fantasy, at the…
Science fiction and fantasy books are bigger than ever. A Dance With Dragons and Stephen King's time-travel saga rule the bestseller lists. Literary authors all flock to write about zombies, apocalypses and time travel. And by all indications, 2012 is going to be an even greater year for genre books.
Besides playing Smaug in The Hobbit, Benedict Cumberbatch says he'll also voice another familiar villain. Plus Karen Gillan talks abpit leaving Doctor Who, J.J. Abrams explains Star Trek's 3D conversion, and Sam Neill hints at his Alcatraz role.
We're hip-deep in pictures, videos, and reports from the set of The Dark Knight Returns. Plus the Akira casting rumors continue. And on Fringe, things might get a little rocky for Olivia.
The history of futurism is littered with goofy anachronisms and humiliating misses. But that doesn't necessarily mean science fiction should take its eye off the chronological horizon, says Little, Big author John Crowley.
Just in time for Halloween, this month's new book releases bring vampires! High sorcery! And wine magic! Plus: new books from Terry Pratchett, N.K. Jemisin, Vernor Vinge, and Richard K. Morgan!
With the runaway success of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice, even epic fantasy has toned down the sword-and-sorcery, and ramped up the gritty realism. At NYCC's "Winter is Here" panel, Brandan Sanderson, Peter V. Brett, and other authors offered their theories.
Three authors of military science fiction and fantasy — Jack Campbell (The Lost Fleet), Taylor Anderson (the Destroyermen series), and Myke Cole (Shadow Ops) — gathered in a packed house for the "Accelerate to Attack Speed" panel. In a conversation with their moderator, Ace/Roc editor Ginjer Buchanan, they discussed…
At New York Comic Con's Del Rey/Spectra panel, some of the imprints' most popular authors — including Naomi Novik, Scott Westerfeld, and Peter V. Brett — hinted at what to expect next.
Urban fantasy is famous for taking real cities and recreating them as paranormal landscapes. At the New York Comic Con panel "Demonic Hotspots, Infernal Pit Stops and the Badlands," six writers explained why and how.
Last week, as part of their month-long celebration of Ursula K. LeGuin's Wizard of Earthsea, Manhattan's Center for Fiction gathered four fantasists, including Naomi Novik and Lev Grossman, to explain why fantasy matters.
What does September have in store for you? A new Neal Stephenson novel! Not one, but two new releases from Cherie Priest! Plus faeries, vampires, digital revolutionaries, and a college in outer space. Here are all the new releases your bookshelf needs this month.
The Wolverine has been delayed. Amy Pond gets tested all over again, on Doctor Who. A supermodel will impersonate Jeff Bridges. There are tons of set photos for Man of Steel, The Avengers, Supernatural and the Eureka finale. Will Ghostbusters 3 finally happen?
Don't expect every beloved character to survive True Blood's season finale! And don't hold your breath for the Ouija and Fantastic Voyage movies. Check out some photos of Brad Pitt shooting World War Z! Plus, what makes Loki tick in The Avengers, and a possible new Star Trek TV show.