And here's a book trailer from John Langan.
Last but not least, Theodoro Goss is one of my favorite favorite favorite writers. She has a story up in Strange Horizons, and the reason I didn't plug it last week is that the second part wasn't uploaded until today (didn't want to leave you hanging!): "The Mad Scientist's Daughter" Part 1|Part 2. (I'll go read it now if you don't mind...)
- The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy Podcast interviews Marjorie M. Liu.
- The Agony Column interviews Jasper Fforde (podcast).
- The Big Adios interviews Paul G. Tremblay.
- The World SF News Blog interviews Wu Yan.
- The Force interviews Paul S. Kemp.
- David Steffen interviews Orson Scott Card.
- Lavie Tidhar on Confessions of a Book Junkie #19: Collecting Steampunk.
- Fiction Circus on Sign Ursula Le Guin's Petition Against the Google Book Settlement.
- Cheryl Morgan on Hugo Voting on the Cheap.
- Jeremy L.C. Jones on ‘As Freshly as a Child with an Adult’s Mind’: Booklife in the Classroom.
- Vera Nazarian on Introduction to Wonder.
- Lilith Saintcrow on Editors Are Not Enemies.
- Rachel Swirsky on Genres of Fiction, and Why They Aren’t Discrete Entities.
- Shawn Speakman on Courage For Hopeful Writers.
- The Millions on Confessions of a Book Pirate.
- Michele Ang on Story Mapping: How I do It.
- Jeff Cohen on Are Author Web Sites Obsolete?
- Justine Larbalestier on Unsung YA.
- Rachelle Gardner on We DO Publish Debut Authors.
- Janice Hardy on Why, Oh Why.
- Erin M. Evans on Being a Hack: Writing a Shared-World Novel.
- Dan Abnett on My own private universe.
- Nicola Morgan on Points of View.
- Pimp My Novel on A Word on Awards.
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