Pixel Scroll 11/25/19 It’s A Beautiful Scroll In The Pixelhood

(1) MUNROE DOCTRINE. “Moon dust may not burn you, but it’s no picnic.” In his debut “Good Question” column for The New York Times, “If I Touched the Moon, What Would It Feel Like?”, science author Randall Munroe explores what … Continue reading

Pixel Scroll 11/25/18 The Oldest Established Permanent Floating (Pixel Scroll) In A City With Two Names Twice

(1) BOOKSHELF ART. An amazing idea – “Clever Wooden Bookends Mimic Tokyo’s Narrow Back Alleys Lit Up at Night” at My Modern Met. Based in Tokyo, Japanese designer monde has created a new category of art and design—bookshelf dioramas. His … Continue reading

Best Editor Long Form and Short Form Hugo: Eligible Works from 2018

By JJ: To assist Hugo nominators, listed below are the editors of works published for the first time in 2018. These credits have been accumulated from Acknowledgments sections and copyright pages in works, as well as other sources on the … Continue reading

Pixel Scroll 1/13/16 Scrollilas in the Mist

(1) MIND MELD. SF Signal’s latest Mind Meld asks — Q: What Speculative Fiction titles are you most looking forward to consuming in 2016? The answers this time come from Rachel Cotterill, Fran Wilde, Lisa Taylor, Paul Weimer, Foz Meadows, … Continue reading

Pixel Scroll 12/19 File Be Home for Christmas

(1) EXACTLY. How about that. I never thought they’d make a fourth Star Wars movie. — P Nielsen Hayden (@pnh) December 19, 2015 (2) NO SERVICE. Geek Bar Chicago has posted an announcement that anyone discussing Star Wars spoilers before … Continue reading