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Fly-By Post of Newsiness

Here's some great news: "The Man in the High Castle, Amazon's Biggest Pilot Ever, Greenlit for a Full Series."

And here's more great news: "Lost Sherlock Holmes Story Discovered in Man's Attic." (Then again, the story's authorship is disputed. Nonetheless, this is a very interesting find!)

Recreation of the Sitting Room in 221b Baker Street

In addition, I hope you'll be joining us online on March 14-15 for SofaCON 2, a weekend of virtual, live, interactive SF convention goodness. Tickets are now available and are expected to sell out this weekend.

Here's the lineup. Please note that the schedule is listed in London time, and you may need to adjust for your time zone.

SATURDAY, March 14 (Tickets are here.)

5:00 PM - Welcome
6:00 PM - Cheryl Morgan in Conversation with Joe Haldeman
7:00 PM - Lightspeed Magazine panel
8:00 PM - Kim Stanley Robinson talks to Diane Severson
9:15 PM - Cyberpunk Panel - Paul Di Filippo talks to Bruce Bethke, Pat Cadigan, Marc Laidlaw
10:00 PM - SofaQuiz featuring Geek's Guide To The Galaxy vs. Stupefying Stories

SUNDAY, March 15 (Tickets are here.)

5:00 PM - "Women Destroy Science Fiction" panel
6:00 PM - Dr. Amy H. Sturgis in Conversation with Guest of Honour David Brin
7:00 PM - Gareth Powell reading from Ack Ack Macaque
7:30 PM - "Sherlock Holmes and Science Fiction" with Dr. Amy H. Sturgis
8.30 PM - World Science Fiction panel featuring Rajan Khanna and Aliette de Bodard
9:30 PM - The British Empire panel - Dave Robinson talks to Adam Roberts and Peter F. Hamilton



( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
Feb. 23rd, 2015 10:14 am (UTC)
I really need to get around to watch the pilot of The Man in the High Castle - I've heard such good things about, and I have such a kink for AU history!
Feb. 28th, 2015 02:42 pm (UTC)
It's sooo good! And it really captures the vibe of the novel, IMHO.
Mar. 1st, 2015 05:26 pm (UTC)
Off topic, this ongoing post might be of some interest.
Mar. 9th, 2015 03:48 pm (UTC)
Very interesting indeed!!! Apologies for the tardy reply.
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