Today (technically yesterday in my part of the world) is when people are posting their Fen of Color blog entries.
- The Shirley Jackson Awards interviews Nadia Bulkin.
- Randolph Carter interviews Sarah Monette.
- Jennifer Jensen interviews Sarah Monette.
- Gwenda Bond interviews Greg van Eekhout.
- Bruce Baugh on Fen of Color United and me as a white creator.
- Nalo Hopkinson on Looking for Clues.
- Jeremiah Tolbert on 5 Rejection Horror Stories.
- Jim C. Hines on The Author-Reader Contract and Backseat Writers.
- Priya Ganapati on Why E-Books Look So Ugly.
- Shawn Speakman on After Editing: Submission.
- K. Tempest Bradford on The Good, The Bad, The Mary Sues.
- BookSpot Central on Back in the Day Gems?
- Courtney Summers On being edited (and what I learned).
- Nnedi Okorafor on May 18th: A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
- Kate Elliott on “There aren’t enough books being written for this age group.”
- Andrew Wheeler on Publishing Light-Bulb Jokes.
- Social Publishing Site Scribd Adds E-Commerce; 80 Percent Revenues To Publishers (also see Site Lets Writers Sell Digital Copies).
- Website for bookworms ready to roll.
- Fantasy Magazine will be closed to submissions in June until August.
- Prime Books needs volunteers for WisCon.
- Flash Fiction 40 Contest Launch Today!
- Fantastic Fiction at KGB May 20: featuring Naomi Novik & F. Brett Cox.
- Innsmouth Free Press' Monster Bytes is open to submissions.
Norse Code by Greg van Eekhout