Also just want to plug the Strange Horizons 2009 Fund Drive, and to those promoting the fund drive via blogging, check out their awesome Week 2 Blogger Prize: Small Beer Press Package.
Oh, and to international readers, still waiting for the books to go up at the Prime Books website, but there's a copy or two of Philippine Speculative Fiction IV and A Time for Dragons up at Amazon (thanks Sean!).
Lastly, for humor, Juliet Ulman posted on Twitpic the lesser known editing and proofreading marks.
- Kenneth Mark Hoover interviews David Weber.
- Worlds Without End has an audio interview with Robert J. Sawyer.
- Mihai interviews Ekaterina Sedia.
- SciFiChick interviews Kevin J Anderson.
- Jeff VanderMeer on Writers: Online Press Kit? You Need One. For All Our Sakes.
- Paul Di Filippo on Aging Chrome: Cyberpunks in 2009.
- Jim C Hines on Race in Red Hood.
- Damien G Walter on The myth-making genius of Neil Gaiman.
- Kate Heartfield on The Hugos and that tedious old debate about what qualifies as SF.
- Jeffrey Zeldman on Write When Inspired.
- Joe Abercrombie on the Bloody History Behind the Book.
- K Tempest Bradford on Creating Better Magazines (and Anthologies).
- Mur Lafferty on Gaiman and Doctorow Discuss Giving It Away (don't forget the audio download at the bottom).
- Diana Rowland on Know what a kid knows.
- Steven Harper Piziks on P&D: Publishers & Deadlines.
- Editorial Ass on Reasons to Make Your Delivery Date (Or, Please Don't Be Late, Even Though We Always Are).
- Jeff Cohen on It's Not Funny Ha-Ha.
- Neesha Meminger on From Margin to Center: Writing Characters of Color.
- Rachelle Gardner on Wait, You Mean It's Subjective?
- Richard Eoin Nash on The End of Indie.
- Keith Oatley on Imagination in Life and Art.
- Pimp My Novel on Genre-Specific Sales, Part 1 of 8: Fantasy.
- 2009 Hugo Award Winners.
- Strange Horizons Week 2 Blogger Prize: Small Beer Press Package.
- Paul Di Filippo reviews Ray Bradbury's Farenheit 451.
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