This weekend, the final (we think) Twilight movie hits theaters, and then it's all over. Maybe you love Twilight as much as Mitt Romney, or maybe you're not crazy about it. But either way, you can't deny the huge impact that Twilight has had on pop culture.
Melissa Rosenberg, who adapted the Twilight books into five movies, is writing and producing a movie of Pamela Sargent's young adult novel Earthseed for Paramount Pictures. Rosenberg also wrote for Dexter, and is writing a Highlander reboot.
In this month's books, Greg Bear serves up disaster in deep space, while a beautifully designed book sheds new light on steampunk. Plus medieval utopias, star-crossed loves, and a flaming zeppelin!
Pamela Sargent's Seed Seeker is the long-awaited third book in her early 1980s Seed Trilogy. It's a graceful coming-of-age story set on a colony world, where a group of troubled teens meet the generation ship who engineered them.
With Y: The Last Man wrapping up and turning into a movie, the science fiction cliche of the female-dominated planet is red-hot once again. The cosmos is safe for our red-blooded spacemen to venture to worlds where there are no men, or where men are subjugated and the women wear funny headgear. But what about the…