Also, this Sunday, two of my favorite guys, Rick Kleffel and Jeff VanderMeer (and Ann VanderMeer and Jacob Weisman), will be on NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday, in the 5-10 AM slot on KQED. Do try to check them out.
- Editors Unleashed interviews Literary Agent Ginger Clark.
- The Interstitial Arts Foundation interviews Alaya Dawn Johnson.
- The Agony Column interviews Scott "SG" Browne (podcast).
- Frightening Journeys interviews Lauren Beukes.
- SF Signal Mind Meld: The Pros and Cons of eBooks.
- Video of Barry Malzberg on Astounding.
- Publisher's Weekly on Making Contacts and Money at Philcon.
- Sarah Monette on A rose by any other name...
- Anil Menon on The Raw and The Cooked.
- NextRead on Reviews, what are they good for? (via OF Blog of the Fallen)
- Newser on Books Are Bad for You. (via Booksquare)
- TechDirt on Publishers Getting The Wrong Message Over eBook Piracy. (via Booksquare)
- Madeleine E. Robins on How to Escape from the Slushpile.
- Lynne Patrick on A two-way process.
- Juno Books on E-Galleys and Zombies.
- Jim Rubart on Marketing Principles: Part 2 of 3.
- Steve Boyett on Books to Die For (1, 2).
- Nicola Morgan on Books Save Lives.
- Jason Sanford on Where to shove your self-published crap.
- Fantasy theme park plans unveiled.
- Boneshaker is on the PNBA Book Awards Shortlist 2010.
- New Name for Harlequin Horizons: DellArte Press.
Child of Fire by Harry Connolly