Science fiction and fantasy news library July 2005.

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The moon, going cheap.
28/07/2005. Russia's federal space agency has just upped the ante in the field of pan-galactic tourism with the announcement that for $100m, they'll take you on a trip to the moon.

New Tomorrow People DVD set released in the UK
28/07/2005. It must be the time for classic 1970s science fiction TV series. The Tomorrow People combined series 6, 7 & 8 DVD box set has just hit the streets. Your children are not your children, for they dwell in the house of tomorrow. Oh yes.

Emerald City issue 119 out now
28/07/2005. Just in time (hopefully) for you to set off for Worldcon, Emerald City no. 119 is now online and is packed full of reviews of books by Scottish chaps.

The Great Northern Spaceship Company?
27/07/2005. Sir Richard Branson and X-Prize winner Burt Rutan form 'The Spaceship Company' to jointly manufacture and market spaceships for the new sub-orbital personal spaceflight industry.

Radar Men From the Moon
27/07/2005. Download old pulp science fiction TV series for free online now the series is covered by the Creative Commons licence.

Superhero for a day
27/07/2005. Seventeen year-old Adam Witt of Centennial, Colorado has been named the grand prize winner with his short film So You Want to Be a Superhero? His movie will debut on Friday, August 5th 2005 at 7:45 p.m. (ET/PT) and then again at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT), as a part of an evening of super-hero flavoured programming by TV channel Encore Wam.

More on Harry Harrison
27/07/2005. Science fiction author Harry H. will also be appearing at Interaction (the 63rd World Science Fiction Convention and 2005 Eurocon), in Glasgow, from August 4th to August 8th 2005.

The city that stole the moon
26/07/2005. The latest client of the John Jarrold Literary Agency is Scottish author Neil Williamson. Williamson has had a number of stories published in magazines, including Interzone and The Third Alternative, and anthologies.

Spanish deal for King's fantasy trilogy
26/07/2005. Following on from publishing deals in Germany and the Czech Republic, John Jarrold has now sold William King's fantasy series, The Terrarch Trilogy, to Josť Lopez, the editorial director of Timun Mas in Spain.

The big science fiction draw
26/07/2005. Science fiction and fantasy artists & illustrators, it's time to celebrate. The nominees for the 20th annual ASFA awards, the Chesleys, are announced.

Potter purges
26/07/2005. It's dangerous to be a literary critic and expose the Harry Potter novels as the well-marketed but badly written tripe they really are. Read on ...

Repliee, the not so paranoid android
25/07/2005. The Osaka University Intelligent Robotics Laboratory develop the most human-seeming android yet, complete with mock breathing and fluttering eyelids.

Could shuttle be in trouble?
25/07/2005. NASA is looking at the possibility that their latest space launch could have been struck by the same kind of damaged heatshield tile problem that destroyed the Columbia mission.

Orbit books falls foul of Advertising Standards Authority?
25/07/2005. The British ASA are investigating a complaint made against British SF book publisher Orbit, over their tube poster campaign urging readers of Iain M Banks's new SF novel The Algebraist to 'have your mind blown to smithereens'.

SETI and Such
25/07/2005. James Patrick Kelly over at Asimov's Science Fiction magazine ponders the nature of ET and all the online resources dedicated to the search for alien intelligence in the universe.

New time for SciFi Zone
25/07/2005. US science fiction radio show announces a different time slot.

Voltron: Defender of the Universe
24/07/2005. This old anime TV series set to get the big budget movie treatment from Mark Gordon of The Day After Tomorrow fame.

Extensible Hugos
24/07/2005. Some interesting comment on the Hugo Awards and the Brits vs US tastes in science fiction novels.

Where's Harry?
24/07/2005. Science fiction author Harry Harrison drops us a line with his upcoming SFF convention schedule.

Plan set in motion to capture Loch Ness Monster
23/07/2005. Marine biologist David Caldwell and the Highland Council have agreed to a plan that will finally track and capture the large predatory creature that inhabits Scotland's famous lake.

The big Star Trek poll
23/07/2005. With Star Trek: Enterprise over and the 40th Anniversary of Star Trek fast approaching, Star Trek Magazine have launched a Star Trek Poll of Polls. Who's the Best Captain? Who's your favourite character? Your favourite villain? Which episode of Star Trek is up there with the best science fiction television can offer? This is your chance to let them know.

The Fiction Factory
23/07/2005. Jack Dann's collaborative collection, The Fiction Factory, will be shipping in the next few weeks, and Golden Gryphon Press will be publishing a 100-copy slipcased limited edition of this title at that time.

Eos SF books upcoming
23/07/2005. Forthcoming new novels from HarperCollins' science fiction and fantasy imprint.

Cassini reveals Saturn's eerie-sounding radio emissions
23/07/2005. Saturn's radio emissions could be mistaken for a Halloween sound track.

Iain Banks to appear on Mastermind
22/07/2005. Science fiction author to appear on UK TV quiz programme.

Clone alone? The Island
22/07/2005. Review of the new science fiction movie, The Island.

Filming is underway for series two of Doctor Who
22/07/2005. David Tennant steps into the role of the tenth Time Lord, as filming commences on the highly anticipated Christmas special and second series of Doctor Who for BBC One.

Protophonic publishes first science fiction audio adventure
22/07/2005. Protophonic hasannounced the publication of the first J.D.Venne audio adventure, Brad Lansky and the Alien at Planet X. The story tracks the adventures of explorers Brad Lansky and Alex John through alien worlds.

European sub-agent for Jarrold Literary Agency
22/07/2005. Following on from Thomas Schlueck's agreement to represent the John Jarrold Literary Agency in Germany, Jarrold has now taken on another European sub-agent.

V for Vendetta trailer
22/07/2005. New downloadable trailer from the movie based on Alan Moore's graphic novel about a fascist Great Britain limping along after a third world war.

One atom tall
21/07/2005. One-atom-thick materials promise a new industrial revolution, says the University of Manchester.

Howl's all too static castle?
21/07/2005. Interaction, this year's world science fiction con in Glasgow, has sadly announced the cancellation of their previously advertised preview of the latest anime from Hayao Miyazaki, Howl's Moving Castle.

David Tennant's first interview about becoming the tenth Doctor
21/07/2005. David Tennant has spoken exclusively to Doctor Who Magazine on the eve of filming about becoming the tenth Time Lord; how he felt about being offered the chance to take on the iconic role; and his love for the series as a child.

Free Star Trek screensaver
21/07/2005. Just found a free LCARs screensaver for the Windows and the Mac.

A pirate for Potter?
20/07/2005. Wired Magazine says J.K. Rowling wants people to pirate her latest book, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. Odd.

Fred Saberhagen pulls out of Cascadia Con
20/07/2005. Science fiction author announces he has metastatic prostate cancer.

Going to microwave your arse!
20/07/2005. New weapons system uses beam of electromagnetic energy to heat up human enemies.

To Google the moon?
20/07/2005. In honor of the first manned moon landing, search engine Google have added some NASA imagery to their Google Maps interface to help netizens pay their own visit to our lunar neighbor.

Science Fiction Museum launches annual SF short film festival
19/07/2005. Film festival to award prize winner with opportunity to develop a film for the SciFi Channel TV network.

'Scotty' dies
19/07/2005. Actor James Doohan, aka Scotty from Star Trek, has sadly passed away aged 85, according to his agent. There's a teleport pad in heaven glowing somewhere.

NASA's shuttle launch at least one week away
19/07/2005. NASA is targeting Tuesday, July 26th 2005 as the earliest possible date to launch the Space Shuttle Discovery on the Return to Flight mission (STS-114). The determination was made during Monday's meeting of the Mission Management Team (MMT) at Kennedy.

Radiata Stories coming to the Playstation
19/07/2005. Radiata Stories will ship this September for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system. Radiata Stories is the latest fantasy RPG developed by tri-Ace, developers of Valkyrie Profile and the Star Ocean series and aims to takes gamers on a non-linear adventure through an interactive world.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory pours molten chocolate over box office records
19/07/2005. IMAX Corporation and Warner Bros. Pictures have announced that Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The IMAX Experience opened to enthusiastic audience reception and record breaking box office performance this past weekend.

Something massive lurking in Loch Ness?
19/07/2005. Theories about Nessie being a giant eel are becoming more popular.

AntipodeanSF issue 86 published
18/07/2005. New issue of the science fiction mag from down-under hits the virtual streets.

Of heroes and hormones
18/07/2005. Review of the sixth book in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

Ice station Halley VI
18/07/2005. Faber Maunsell and Hugh Broughton Architects have been named winners of the British Antarctic Survey competition to design the Halley VI Research Station in Antarctica. God save the Queen.

Phasers set to stun? Not yet.
18/07/2005. An interesting article looking at the delays in developing stun gun technology by the military.

Futurama to return as a movie?
18/07/2005. That Simpsons chappie isn't done with his SF cartoon series Futurama yet, says this voice-over artist who is in the know.

New Logan's Run movie looking good
18/07/2005. Producer Joel Silver is looking to move onto the Logan's Run film re-make as soon as he's done with the new Superman movie.

Narnia movie update
17/07/2005. News from the Narnia film panel at this year's Comic-Con.

Stamping on Jules Verne
17/07/2005. Jules Verne's SFF works gets lots of nice postage stamps for his centenary.

Jim Burns swings past London
17/07/2005. SFF artist Jim Burns is signing copies of his new book IMAGO at Forbidden Planet's flagship London store next week.

Interaction announces media programme
16/07/2005. Dr Who writers to appear and new Scottish movie to debut at this year's World Science Fiction con in the UK.

Blade of the King indie production team set to release concept trailer
16/07/2005. Blade of the King production team charges ahead despite two other films about Beowulf in the works.

Natalie Portman interview
16/07/2005. Nats talks about her role in the new V for Vendetta movie.

The doctor is still in
15/07/2005. John Jarrold is still in the book doctoring business for SFF authors.

Harry Potter flys off the shelves in WHSmith
15/07/2005. WHSmith, the UK's bookseller, has reported that Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince flew off the shelves at a rate of 13 per second when 390 of the retailer's stores opened their doors to Harry fans at midnight. Destined to be the biggest book of the year, WHSmith has confirmed this breaks the record set by Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which sold eight per second when it launched in 2003.

Grimm old pictures
15/07/2005. Photo gallery for Terry Gilliam's new movie, The Brothers Grimm.

Moto Sakakibara to direct Gon movie
15/07/2005. Moto Sakakibara, co-director of Square Pictures and Columbia Pictures' Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, will direct Sprite Animations Studios' first CG animated feature film Gon. The film, slated for a 2007 release, will be based on Masashi Tanaka's manga series Gon.

Vallejo on the Path of the Emperor
15/07/2005. Fantasy artists Boris Vallejo & Julie Bell showcase video game key art for MMORPG RYL: Path of the Emperor at San Diego Comic-Con.

J. Lloyd Eaton Science Fiction Collection rocks
15/07/2005. UC Riverside's 'J. Lloyd Eaton Science Fiction Collection' is the largest in the world, and the most useful to scholars of any in the nation, according to the latest edition of Anatomy of Wonder.

The SciFi Podcast Network launches
14/07/2005. New portal for SFF-based podcasting opens its virtual doors.

Mission Earth to become graphic novel
14/07/2005. U.S. publisher announces open art contest to find illustrators for mammoth science fiction project.

The evil Davey Jones?
14/07/2005. First picture of the main villain from Pirates of the Caribbean II: Dead Man's Chest.

IGN loses the folding green stuff
14/07/2005. - which among other things operate a large science fiction portal - announce some big annual losses, including $3.4 million in just the first three months of 2005.

Interaction schedule for 2005
14/07/2005. Interaction, this year's world science fiction convention in Glasgow, has announced that its provisional programme schedule is now available online for download in PDF format.

Loch Ness investigator closes in on monster
14/07/2005. Loch Ness Investigator Bill McDonald believes he has now compiled enough evidence to indicate what the Loch Ness Monster is, why it's been so difficult to photograph, and why the Highland Government is covering up a new discovery that could lead to conclusive DNA evidence.

Theron in Flux
14/07/2005. Charlize Theron, Star of the new Aeon Flux movie, to Attend Comic-Con International.

Mission: Impossible 3 kicks off principal photography in Rome
13/07/2005. Principal photography commenced on July 12th 2005 on Mission: Impossible 3, directed by J.J. Abrams and starring Tom Cruise, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ving Rhames, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Maggie Q, Michelle Monaghan, Keri Russell, and Laurence Fishburne.

New Dukes of Hazzard movie takes a good 'ol boy blasting
13/07/2005. Former Georgia Congressman Ben Jones, who played Cooter on the hit TV series The Dukes of Hazzard, has blasted the new film version to be released in August 2005.

New live action Transformers movie
13/07/2005. The live-action Transformers movie has been set to open in the USA on 07-04-07, it was jointly announced today by DreamWorks Pictures, Hasbro and Paramount Pictures.

Del Rey coming soon
13/07/2005. Science fiction and fantasy novels out from publisher Del Rey August-November 2005.

Del Rey acquisitions for July
13/07/2005. Science fiction and fantasy publisher racks up new buys from Arthur C. Clarke, Stephen Baxter, Kevin Dockery and Douglas Niles.

Series 2 Battlestar Galactica photos
12/07/2005. Some photos of the first episode of the new Battlestar Galactica series from the SciFi Channel bods.

Byron Preiss dies in car accident
12/07/2005. Publisher and driving force behind the rise of the graphic novel dies in the USA aged only 52.

New Harry Potter novel leaked by mistake
12/07/2005. The Canadian publisher of the Harry Potter series has filed an injunction against any naughty readers leaking the plot of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince after Raincoast Books of Vancouver accidentally sold 15 copies early. Opps.

Fantastic Four movie sucks
12/07/2005. Not so good at all, says Wired magazine in an early review of the film.

Aeon Flux trailer
12/07/2005. First trailer for the new Aeon Flux movie ready for download.

Infininity Plus July 2005 fiction update
12/07/2005. Short fiction from the pen of Bruce Holland Rogers.

Upcoming from Aspect
12/07/2005. Science Fiction and fantasy novels upcoming from Time Warner's Aspect imprint.

Interaction mails Armadillo Dreams 3
11/07/2005. Interaction, the 2005 Worldcon, has announced the shipping of its final pre-convention Newsletter, Armadillo Dreams 3. This final mailing contains key information that members will need to prepare for their upcoming visit to Glasgow, and includes short articles on a range of topics including travel, accommodation, UK currency and registration procedures.

Lethem on Fast Forward
11/07/2005. Writer Jonathan Lethem is interviewed on this month's episode of Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction. Lethem discusses his recent collection of autobiographical essays, The Disappointment Artist.

Science fiction's best kept secret?
11/07/2005. Word has it that buried somewhere in the Northwest San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, is one of the most intriguing SF/High Adventure TV Shows that, as yet, has not been made.

Teenager's debut novel hopes to shed new light on women in science fiction
11/07/2005. In a new millennium of rights and equality for women, science fiction remains a male-dominated genre, not only by authors but readers and characters alike.

One for the gamerZ
11/07/2005. Pure Magic Films has announced their new fantasy-themed comedy film gamerZ will premiere in Glasgow on the opening night of the 63rd World Science Fiction Convention.

Oliver Stone takes on September 11th
11/07/2005. Nicolas Cage is to star in an untitled World Trade Center movie for Paramount Pictures and Oliver Stone is to direct.

Harry shows his back
11/07/2005. Back cover art for Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince revealed.

Kobol's Last Gleaming
11/07/2005. The last episode of the new Battlestar Galactica series is up in full online to celebrate the start of their second new series.

British Fantasy Awards Showcase postponed
11/07/2005. Bombing in London leads the British Fantasy Society to reschedule their event.

Who is the Half-Blood Prince?
11/07/2005. Scholastic has announced that the Shrieking Shack poll on the company's Harry Potter website has received 300,000 votes responding to the question 'Who is the Half-Blood Prince?'

Reader's Digest and the Martian invasion
11/07/2005. Fresh from a record-breaking box office weekend for the new Steven Spielberg film, War of the Worlds, Reader's Digest has announced the publication of a collector's edition of the classic science fiction tome.

Major terror strike in London
11/07/2005. Most SFcrowsnest staff check in okay after what looks like a wave of bombings on various London underground network stations, train stations and buses. Attack timed for G8 Summit and Olympic win.

Bewitched casts no spell for medical foundation
11/07/2005. The American Liver Foundation has condemned Nicole Kidman's fantasy film Bewitched - based on an insensitive joke regarding people with hepatitis C.

Luke Skywalker's light saber for sale
10/07/2005. Beverly Hills auctioneer Profiles in History will auction treasures from the archive of filmmaker Gary Kurtz on Friday, July 29, 2005 at 11:00 a.m. PDT. Kurtz was the producer of Star Wars and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, as well as American Graffiti, Return to Oz and Dark Crystal.

Spielberg bored of science fiction after War of the Worlds?
10/07/2005. No more SF movies for our Steve for the moment. Steven Spielberg has commenced production on an as-yet untitled historical thriller set in the aftermath of the 1972 massacre of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics.

Dark knight sails on
10/07/2005. Warner Bros. Pictures has announced that Batman Begins has continued to post impressive box office results over the holiday weekend, grossing approximately $1.45 million on 55 North American IMAX screens from Friday, July 1 to Monday, July 4.

Chris Beckett signs up over at the John Jarrold Literary Agency
10/07/2005. British SF author Chris Beckett has joined the John Jarrold Literary Agency. Beckett has had short fiction published over a number of years in Interzone and Asimovs, and his first novel, The Holy Machine was published by Wildside Press in the US in 2004.

We have ways of representing your work
10/07/2005. John Jarrold Literary Agency for science fiction and fantasy authors now represented in German-language markets by Thomas Schlueck GmbH.

Ansible 216, July 2005 hits the virtual streets
10/07/2005. Issue highlight? The Queen tells Brian Aldiss she liked Day of the Triffids because it's such a cosy catastrophe.

Transformational Space Corp is go
10/07/2005. Three weeks of flight tests over the Mojave desert have demonstrated a breakthrough in how to safely launch future passenger-carrying rockets using a carrier aircraft.

Wrigley-Cross Books goes virtual
09/07/2005. Portland, Oregon's favourite science fiction and fantasy book store is closing its physical store as it feels the heat from the web. They're going on as an online operation, though.

Hunt for FAB Gerry Anderson prizes at San Diego Comic Con
09/07/2005. Online specialty retailer FAB Gear is sponsoring FABHUNT! at this year's San Diego Comic Con International, July 14th-17th 2005 at the San Diego Convention Center.

NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft gets ready for July 4th fireworks
09/07/2005. NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft continues to sail through its final checkout, as it hurtles toward comet Tempel 1. Impact with the comet is scheduled for 1:52 a.m. EDT, July 4 (10:52 p.m. PDT, July 3).

The Jedi MP
09/07/2005. The British House of Parliament has its first Jedi MP, Jamie Reed. And yes, the force is strong within him.

Annoying green frog coming to the game world
09/07/2005. Agreement reached for 'Crazy Frog' PC and PlayStation 2 game.

Half-Blood Prince kills many trees
09/07/2005. Scholastic has announced that the company is in the final stages of printing and shipping 10.8 million copies of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince - filling more than 600 trucks - in preparation for the biggest book release in history.

Highland police officer recalls Loch Ness tooth complaint
08/07/2005. A Police officer stationed in Inverness, Scotland, has contacted Nessie investigator William McDonald with knowledge about a 4-inch barbed tooth, found in a mutilated deer carcass at Loch Ness back in March by two American college students.

War of the Worlds marks Tom Cruise's largest opening day ever
08/07/2005. War of the Worlds, a Steven Spielberg film starring Tom Cruise, has opened to an estimated 34.606 million greenbacks, worldwide, in its first day.

One way to get an early copy of Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince
08/07/2005. Publisher Scholastic has announced the winners of their Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince US essay contest.

Science fiction TV community site soliciting input
07/07/2005. The website is now actively soliciting input from the fan community.

Dragons invade libraries
07/07/2005. Coming soon to a public library near you, wicked orc hordes and ice dragons.

Music to lose your planet to
07/07/2005. The soundtrack to the motion picture, War of the Worlds, featuring original music by John Williams (Star Wars, Jaws, E.T., Harry Potter, Schindler's List), was released by Decca on June 28th 2005.

IHG horror stars named
07/07/2005. Along with the nominees for its eleventh awards, the INTERNATIONAL HORROR GUILD has named GAHAN WILSON as recipient of its annual Living Legend Award.

Muppet models
06/07/2005. Giselle and Naomi move over - Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy are the hottest newcomers to the world of fashion.

Writers honoured at 18th annual Bram Stoker Awards
06/07/2005. This Saturday night the Horror Writers Association honored excellence in horror by presenting this year's Bram Stoker Awards at its annual banquet and ceremony in Los Angeles.

Loch Ness boat operators identify kill zone
06/07/2005. For several months rumors have been swirling around Loch Ness about a 4-inch barbed tooth, possibly belonging to a giant mutation of an eel species that inhabits the waterway, found in the mutilated carcass of a half-eaten deer back in March by two American college students.

Fantastic 4 movie gets a video game
06/07/2005. Marvel's first family of Super Heroes is releasing Activision's Fantastic 4 computer game.

A Pang for horror
05/07/2005. Pang Brothers and Ghost House announce casting of untitled Pang Brothers movie project.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's oxygen?
05/07/2005. For those that have always dreamed of breathing the air of the rich and famous comes the one and only "Celebrity Jar" containing the air of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

A War of the Worlds ... or something more? asks UFO researcher
05/07/2005. From the breathless panic of the golden age of radio to the breathtaking special effects of modern Hollywood, when it comes to UFOs and aliens, history proves they tend to be a source of intense fascination and cautious fear.

A good day for bad science fiction
05/07/2005. DVD bumper packs for Sliders: The Third Season, Earth 2: The Complete Series, and Cleopatra 2525: The Complete Series, hit the racks of US stores.

NASA's Cassini Reveals Lake-like Feature on Titan
05/07/2005. Scientists are fascinated by a dark, lake-like feature recently observed on Saturn's moon Titan. NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured a series of images showing a marking, darker than anything else around it. It is remarkably lake-like, with smooth, shore-like boundaries unlike any seen previously on Titan.

GOH books announced for Interaction
04/07/2005. The Interaction WorldCon announces their publishing progamme for this years world science fiction con in Glasgow.

King Kong trailer
04/07/2005. First online trailer for the Peter Jackson Kong movie. Oddly, it's currently only at the VW car site, rather than the movie site.

Iain M. Banks, what a heffer
04/07/2005. Iain M. Banks will be at the Heffers Grafton Centre in the UK to discuss his new science fiction book The Algebraist.

Chesley Awards to be presented at Interaction
04/07/2005. The Chesley Awards will be given out at this year's worldcon in Glasgow.

BBC to close its science fiction site
04/07/2005. The science fiction and fantasy site run by BBC Online is to shut its doors, falling victims to the recently announced cuts at the Beeb.

Tom Cruise loves science fiction fans. True.
03/07/2005. Tom Cruise will host a screening of War of the Worlds for hundreds of science fiction fans and special guests.

John Jarrold sees a Priest
02/07/2005. SFF writer Leigh Priest has joined the John Jarrold Literary Agency.

Barnett plumps for the JJLA
01/07/2005. SFF author David Barnett is the latest writer to join the John Jarrold Literary Agency.

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