And for those suffering writer's block, here's your story hook for the day: What would have martial law been like if the Philippines had access to the Internet back then?
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- Jeff VanderMeer interviews Ian R. MacLeod.
- SF Signal interviews C.J. Cherryh.
- Elizabeth VanderMeer on E-Science.
- SF Signal Mind Meld Make-Up Test: S. Andrew Swann on Scientific Accuracy in SF Film.
- Clarkesworld Magazine on Why We Don’t Accept Paper Submissions.
- Jeremiah Tolbert on 10 Writers, Editors, Agents, and Interesting Parties to Follow on Twitter (uh oh, the pressure's on me!).
- MangaBlog on The Handley case and the slippery slope.
- Neil Gaiman on Entitlement Issues... (a.k.a. George R. R. Martin is not your bitch.)
- Lisa Paitz Spindler on Star Trek’s Reboot Seeks Out New Life, New Civilizations, New Audiences.
- Charlie Stross's LOGIN 2009 keynote: gaming in the world of 2030.
- MG Siegler on Kindle Publishing Now Open To All Blogs.
- Paul DiFilippo reviews Aladdin's Lamp.
- Andew O'Hehir on Why the original "Star Trek" still matters.
- T.A. Pratt on Thematic Circling.
- Angela Slatter on Gaimany Goodness and a Bit of a Bollocking.
- Maria Schneider on What makes for great flash fiction?
- Jeri Smith-Ready on Writers’ nightmares (literally).
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- Calvin Reid on Romance, DRM and the Future of Reading at Digital Book 2009.
- Check out the Table of Contents to Ellen Datlow's Darkness: Two Decades of Modern Horror.
- Steampunk Beholder.
- 2009 Children's Choice Book Award Winners.
- Apex's first author chat with Paul Jessup next Monday.
The Magpie Codex by Paul Jessup