The first of many interviews with The Apex Book of World SF (out now!) contributors is now up at SF Signal: Guy Hasson.
Today (or yesterday--the Philippines is the future) is Kill Brian Keene on Your Blog Day. Consider making a donation to the Shirley Jackson Awards or buying a copy of Jack Haringa Must Die.
And will be hijacking Jeff VanderMeer's blog this month.
Oh, and on a more serious note, New Home Office rules ban graphic novelist.
And since it's post-Halloween, my right eye feels like a hunchback (editing my recently-posted interview is difficult when you have blurry vision...):
- Eye on Books interviews Brandon Sanderson (podcast). (via Tor Books)
- Geekdad interviews Brandon Sanderson. (via Tor Books)
- A Working Title interviews Tobias Buckell.
- Open Book Society interviews Michael A. Burstein.
- The Green Man Review interviews Christopher Golden.
- Keeping the Door interviews Greg Egan. (via Fabio Fernandes)
- David Steffen interviews Jeremy C. Shipp.
- Rich Horton's Summary: Fictitious Force, 2009.
- Angry Robot Books on Books more popular than games on the iPhone?
- Grasping the Wind on Inside the Blogosphere: Best Book Endings in the Genre.
- Megan Crewe on Story Psych: What Makes a Good Story (Part 3).
- Kassia Krozser on A (Probably Naive) Attempt to Move the DRM Conversation Forward.
- Angela Slatter on Howling into the Void.
- Rachelle Gardner on Writing a First Draft.
- John Scalzi on One Of Those Questions I Wish SF Geeks Would Simply Get Over.
- Pimp My Novel on We Regret to Inform You: The Form Rejection.
- The Intern on NaNoReVisMo #1: the electric kool-aid conflict test.
- Nicola Morgan on Submission Spotlight 8: Picture Book.
The Apex Book of World SF edited by Lavie Tidhar