Wednesday, August 15, 2007

The Wednesday night genre review link dump.

What I had for dinner: potato skins (shared with my new assistant), one pint of Stella (she had Pinot Grigio) and a bowl of Honey Bunches of Oats (which I shared with nobody). I'm sure you don't care, but I had to write something so there ya go.

At USA Today, my man Bob Minzesheimer (La Gringa loves Bob because Bob shares her love of red high-top Converse All-Stars and doesn't care who knows this) profiles Stephenie Meyer, author of the bestselling YA novel Eclipse, which has finally knocked HP7 off the USA Today bestseller list. (Whoa.)

An update at Fantasy Bookspot includes reviews of Jack McDevitt's Chindi, Sandra McDonald's The Outback Stars, Ken Bruen's Cross, and Jay Lake's Mainspring.

At Sci Fi Wire, John Joseph Adams talks to Richard Kadrey about his new novel Butcher Bird, and Mark Budz about his new book Till Human Voices Wake Us.

SF Gospel looks at The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, edited by George Mann; this is the inaugural title from Solaris Books, a brand-spankin' new SF/F imprint from Games Workshop.

At Strange Horizons, Timmy Duchamp reviews John Klima's spelling bee anthology Logorrhea.

And lastly, Book Fetish - one of La Gringa's favorite review sites (how can you not love a website whose colophon is a ball gag, and whose logo is "Gagging on bad prose so you don't have to." ??? I ask you!) reviews Demons are Forever: Confessions of a Demon Hunting Soccer Mom by Julie Kenner.

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