So here's a general question: what are your favorite "world sf" stories, or what are the stories that I should be reading written by speculative fiction authors from around the world?
- I Should Be Writing interviews James Enge (podcast).
- The Agony Column interviews Nancy Etchemendy (podcast).
- BSC Review interviews Charlie Huston (video).
- John Scalzi's The Big Idea: Margaret Ronald.
- Bob Freeman interviews Maurice Broaddus.
- Sarah A. Hoyt on The Death of Science Fiction: It Ain't Over Till The Fat Droid Sings.
- Fabio Fernandes on Found in Translation.
- Rich Horton's Summary: Hub, 2009.
- Victoria Strauss on Author Solutions CEO Wants to Talk to Writers’ “Guilds”.
- Mark Charan Newton on Serious Fantasy Reviewing.
- Ian Tregellis on Almost Like We Planned It.
- Lisa Shearin on Writer’s block is a writer’s best friend.
- Cory Doctorow on Copyright, companies, individuals and news: the rules of the road.
- Rachelle Gardner on How Do You Become an Agent or Editor?
- Andrew Wheeler on An Appreciation of Kage Baker.
- Janice Hardy on Get Your Head in the Game.
- Dan Abnett on England, my England.
- Pimp My Novel on PSA: PSA.
- Running With the Pack Table of Contents.
- Congratulations to Crawford Award Winner Jedediah Berry.
- New Fairy Tales is seeking an assistant editor.
- Small Beer Press will reprint Kelly Eskridge's Solitaire.
Heartland by Mark Teppo