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Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #93: Alice Isn’t Dead #10 “Why Am I Alive?”

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Binary System Podcast #93: Alice Isn’t Dead #10 “Why Am I Alive?”

Time for the season finale of Alice Isn’t Dead! As you can tell from the title, things get a little introspective and quickly turn very grim. We got to hear how Kesha met Alice (randomly), how they fell in love (quirkily and sweetly and not at all what Kesha had planned), and then how maybe, just maybe, it all might have been a lie.

Then Kathryn lightens the mood by talking about a very fun Board Games Night (if you’re curious, the games were Snake Oil, Codenames, and Mysterium, which you really need to try), and Elizabeth talks about how her hand-drawn Tarot deck is coming along, and did you know there’s a database of different Tarot decks?

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llyzabeth

New trailer for Rememory starring Peter Dinklage and Anton Yelchin

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New trailer for Rememory starring Peter Dinklage and Anton Yelchin

Early next month Rememory, a murdery-mystery-sci-fi thriller, will appear in select theaters, starring Peter Dinklage and Julia Ormond alongside Anton Yelchin (…that is never going to not feel weird and sad to see scenes he filmed years ago in a new movie..) but it will be available for free on Google Play on August 24. See below for the trailer and the official word from the studio.

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llyzabeth

Preview – Void Trip #1

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Preview – Void Trip #1

Coming this September is the new series from Ryan O’Sullivan and Plaid Klaus: Void Trip. Continuing a partnership that started with last year’s Turncoat,  O’Sullivan and Klaus present a sci-fi comedy series about the last two humans alive in the galaxy. See below for preview pages and the official word from Image Comics!

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Kathryn Adams

2017 Hugo Awards – The Finalists

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2017 Hugo Awards – The Finalists

The Hugo Awards are this Friday, 7:30 PM Eastern European time (that’s 12:30 in the afternoon for those of us on the East Coast). The Worldcon 75 youtube channnel should be streaming the ceremony live, just in case you’d like to watch the announcement for Best Novel (or Best Editor Short Form, if that’s what you’re interested in.)

Pixelated Geek managed to read almost all of the fiction entries this year; we’re only missing the novels A Closed and Common Orbit and Too Like the Lightning, plus a few of the graphic novels. If you’ve read any of those and would like to have a review linked to the PG site, let us know! If any of the ones we’re missing wins an award then I plan to read those next (I still think Death’s End is going to walk away with the Best Novel award this year.)

Huge thank you to the Hugo Awards website and File 770 for providing tons of info on the awards, controversies, and the places to find entries that were posted in full online!

Click the jump for a full list of the finalists (and my predictions for the winner!)

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