Congratulations to the 2010 Hugo Award Winners!

The 2010 Hugo Award Winners were presented today at Aussiecon 4, the 68th World Science Fiction Convention, in Melbourne, Australia, Who were among the big winners? China Miéville, Paolo Bacigalupi, and Moon. » 9/05/10 7:05am 9/05/10 7:05am

Ask Paolo Bacigalupi About Windup Girl

For the past few days, we've been discussing Paolo Bacigalupi's novel The Windup Girl in our io9 book club meeting. Now you can ask Paolo about the book! He'll be joining us here in comments tomorrow at 12 PST. » 2/25/10 2:55pm 2/25/10 2:55pm

io9 Book Club Meeting: Paolo Bacigalupi's "Windup Girl"

The io9 Book Club is officially in session. This week, we'll be discussing Paolo Bacigalupi's novel The Windup Girl, which was just nominated for a Nebula Award. Let's start talking in comments. » 2/23/10 11:18am 2/23/10 11:18am

Windup Girl Officially The Best SF Book Of 2009

First Time Magazine named Paolo Bacigalupi's The Windup Girl one of the best novels of 2009 (of any genre), and now the American Library Association's named it 2009's best science-fiction book. And just a reminder: It's our February book-club book. » 1/21/10 3:13pm 1/21/10 3:13pm

Paolo Bacigalupi Talks About New Directions for Hard Science Fiction

Paolo Bacigalupi just released his debut novel, a biotech thriller called The Windup Girl. We sat down with him to talk about hard environmental science fiction, growing up on a commune, and writing about the future of Thailand. » 9/17/09 1:48pm 9/17/09 1:48pm

GMO Espionage Fuels Environmental Thriller "The Windup Girl"

Science fiction about the environment can get preachy, so Paolo Bacigalupi's hard SF novel The Windup Girl is a welcome change. Set in Thailand's future, the book follows scientist spies hunting good genomes in a world ruined by GMO diseases. » 9/09/09 2:34pm 9/09/09 2:34pm