In the meantime, I gush over one of my favorite international authors, Zoran Živković, over at SF Signal. Sorry folks, that's all the interviews we have for The Apex Book of World SF.
And over at BSC Review, my column is up: Hardcover Madness.
And from Nick Kauffman:
- Mihai Adascalitei interviews Sebastian A. Corn.
- The Library of America interviews Peter Straub (PDF).
- New The Business of Writing video series with Tad Williams (The Writer's Journey, Why Did You Become a Writer?). (via Cheryl K. Morgan)
- The Dragon Page interviews J.C. Hutchins (podcast).
- Larry Nolen interviews David Anthony Durham.
- The Link interviews Cory Doctorow.
- Dead Robots Society interviews J.C. Hutchins (podcast).
- SF Signal's Mind Meld: Most Memorable SF/F Book Covers.
- The World SF News Blog on Where is the World in the World Fantasy Awards? (also be sure to read the comments by Cheryl K. Morgan).
- Tobias Buckell on The hard truths of freelancing/writing.
- Jason Sanford on How did you come to the SF genres?
- Kurt Vonnegut letter on his capture & survival in a repatriation camp. (via Juliet Ulman)
- Jonathan Strahan on Becoming a better editor, or me and the Best of the Year.
- J.C. Hutchins on Why SF fans (and authors) can benefit from reading other genres.
- Megan Crewe on Young Adult Fantasy: A Reading Guide.
- Jeff VanderMeer on Envy for a Cheery Wednesday.
- Janet Reid on You're abrogating the social contract we have. Knock it off.
- Justine Larbalestier on Blank Page Heroine.
- Robert Freeman Wexler on Fountain Pens.
- Rachelle Gardner on Finances of Publishing.
- Stroppy Author on Why books are not videos or music.
- Nicola Morgan on A Dilemma of Agents.
- Mark Charan Newton On Artwork.
- New Advisors, Jurors added for The Shirley Jackson Awards.
- Twelfth Planet Press is opening a reading period for their novelette doubles series.
- Paul Di Filippo and Sheila Finch Join Campbell Award Jury.
- How to explore Mars and have fun.
- Digital world has feet on ground.
- Writer Gaiman scoops book prize.
- Coraline author Neil Gaiman received 'hate mail' for liking Rudyard Kipling.
- Weird Tales Fall 2009 TOC.
Unplugged: The Web's Best Sci-Fi & Fantasy, 2008 Download edited by Rich Horton