- Go Team Vera Go! (Click the link for the latest update.) Interesting items up for bidding includes an illustrated story from KJ Bishop based on the writing prompts given the bidder and a limited hardcover edition of Subterranean #7.
- Here's as cool anthology I'm looking forward to from Rich Horton: Unplugged.
- Mary Robinette Kowal on The Evolution of Women in Fantasy Movies.
- James A. Owens on A Career as a Novelist - In Layman's Terms.
- What are the best cat stories in speculative fiction? Help out Ellen Datlow. (No trolling and please--please!--read the instructions carefully.)
- K. Tempest Bradford on Overseas SF - I Want To See More Of It.
- HarperCollins strikes a deal with Nintendo and offers some eBooks for the DS.
- -Gasp- People lie about the books they actually read.
- io9 has a list on the 20 Movers and Shakers in Science Fiction. If you don't want the Hollywood version, check out Kathryn Cramer's list.
- Check out Thaumatrope, the Twittering E-Zine (a.k.a. the magazine for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror fiction under 140 characters, available on your mobile phone via Twitter a.k.a. The highest paying magazine on Twitter).
- EP Healy on marketing and Taking Advantage of Opportunities.
- Reality Bypass has an interview with Elizabeth Bear.
- L.E. Modesitt Jr. on Saving the Publishing Industry?
- The Independent on The 50 Most Ludicrous Britons 2008 which includes Harry Potter and Aging "Doctor Who" Fans.
- Ryan Macklin on Reinvention, whether it's the latest edition of Dungeons & Dragons, Battlestar Galactica, or Star Wars.
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