Also, I get a new bi-weekly column over at BSC Review (I'm no Hal Duncan though). This week's column is Speculative Fiction - The Genre without Limitations.
And as far as new releases go, check out Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
- Juliette Wade on How Syntax Can Help You!
- SciFi Wire on Cyberpunk, steampunk and now stitchpunk? Your guide to 11 sci-fi punks.
- Jay Lake on Finding time to write.
- Victoria Strauss on Writers’ Myth: “You Have To Know Someone”.
- Mary Pearson on What YA Lit is and isn’t.
- Kassia Krozser on How I Spent My Summer Vacation.
- Margaret Ronald on Genre dilettante.
- Josh Catone on 5 Rules for Better Web Writing.
- Maria Schneider on Smart Money Answers for Writers.
- Kristine Kathryn Rusch on Setbacks Part Two.
- Janice Dunlap on One Thing Leads to Another.
- Jeanie Franz Ransom on Are You a Goal Maker or a Goal Keeper? Here’s How to Be Both.
- Josh Olson on I Will Not Read Your Fucking Script.
- Nathan Bransford on Introducing Jacob Wonderbar.
- John August on Last Looks.
- JK Rowling and Stephenie Meyer to get comic-book biographies.
- Debut Novel Wins The Age Book of the Year Award.
The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes edited by John Joseph Adams