Speaker for the Dead
by Orson Scott Card
Speaker for the Dead Resources
This is what the title says it is: Card's official web place. It includes video interviews, news and reviews, writing lessons, essays by Card, and lots of other things OSC.
A user-created encyclopedia of all things Orson Scott Card, including lots and lots of entries on Speaker for the Dead. Again, it's user-created, so you want to be careful to double-check the info, but it's a great resource.
Movie or TV Productions
Though Ender's Game was adapted into a 2013 movie, there are no plans to film Speaker of the Dead. Card himself has said "'Speaker for the Dead' is unfilmable. It consists of talking heads, interrupted by moments of excruciating and unwatchable violence […] I don't want it to be filmed. I can't imagine it being filmed.'"
So, he isn't going to greenlight a film adaptation, is what Shmoop takes away from that.
Articles and Interviews
A review which talks about how Ender changed between Ender's Game and Speaker for the Dead.
A short, positive review of Speaker for the Dead.
A review arguing that the novel excuses domestic abuse and that Ender is treated as a white male savior who knows better than everyone else.
An interviewer describes an extremely difficult interview with Card, touching on his attitudes towards violence, his virulently anti-gay opinions, and his views of Christianity and Mormonism.
Musician Steven Padin sings "Speaker for the Dead," a song inspired by the book. Lots of earnest angst.
Card talks about the character of Ender in relation to Ender's Game, Speaker for the Dead, and others.
A news report on the controversy in which LGBT organizations urged a boycott of the film Ender's Game because of Card's opposition to gay marriage.
An NPR interview with Gavin Hood, the director of the film Ender's Game.
A piggie imagined by Pop Mihan, who drew the Speaker for the Dead graphic novel.