- In case you're still starved for interviews, check out my Nebula Awards interview with Adam Rex. And watch this Smekday puppet video.
- Since my most recent blog entry is about book covers, here's a similar subject matter: Kevin Church proposes cover redesigns for comics in bookstores.
- Ellen Datlow's 1989 Summation of Horror.
- On Wired: Why We Need More Torture in Videogames.
- I wanted Things We Think About Games ever since I heard about it (along with Hobby Games: The 100 Best) but I never thought I'd see a feature on it at Amazon. Here are five reasons why you should pick up this book.
- Here's Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio's Nobel lecture In the Forest of Paradoxes.
- On a side note, the Pulitzer now includes online-only publications for consideration in their journalism category.
- Jeff Vandermeer has a post on the Rain Taxi Benefit Auction. Here's the actual auction.
- Elizabeth Bear notes the writing advice she ignores (and gives her own writing advice).
- The unofficial table of contents for Clockwork Phoenix 2.
- Editorial Anonymous on the effects of networking when it comes to submission. While you're at it, check out their Venn diagram on Submission Volume Explained.
- I really, really love PS Publishing and now's your chance to participate in one of their anthologies: Catastrophia anthology - call for submissions.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
December 17, 2008 Links and Plugs
In case you're wondering how I manage to come up with these long lists of links, justs be aware that I'm reading more than 200 blog entries in my Friends list...