Sunday, September 23, 2007

Sunday night genre link dump. With feather boa.

So many links today. And poor La Gringa still recovering from a bachelorette party.
First and most importantly, Swivet pal Andy Wheeler has a new home in publishing at John Wiley. Congratulations, Andy!

At the Guardian UK, Ursula K. LeGuin looks at Jeanette Winterson's The Stone Gods. (Best line ever from a review: "I can only suppose that Jeanette Winterson is trying to keep her credits as a 'literary' writer even as she openly commits genre." Bwa ha ha ha!)

At the Times of London, Matthew Dennison also reviews The Stone Gods.

At the Amazon Book Blog, Jeff VanderMeer interviews Gavin Grant. (Via SF Signal, which you should be reading every day!)

At Jeff's own blog, he interviews Chris Barzak, author of One for Sorrow.

A Dribble of Ink reviews Tobias Buckell's Crystal Rain.

CA Reviews looks at Greywalker by Kat Richardson.

Endicott Studio Blog reviews So Fey: Queer Fairy Fiction, edited by Steve Berman.

Terry Pratchett is on tour in the United States; the Eos blog has posted his tour schedule.

Fantasy Book Critic reviews The Electric Church by Jeff Somers. There's also an interview with Frank Beddor, author the Looking Glass Wars, as well as a review of Beddor's newest book, Seeing Redd.

SF Diplomat also reviews The Electric Church.

Fantasy Debut reviews Morgan Howell's Clan Daughter, the second book in Howell's Queen of the Orcs trilogy; there's also an interview with Howell.

Graeme's Fantasy Book Review looks at John Beachem's Storms of Vengeance.

At Ficlets, John Scalzi keeps busy while Whatever gets fixed by interviewing Matthew Jarpe.

The Book Swede interviews Karen Miller, author of The Innocent Mage. There's also a review of the sequel to The Innocent Mage, The Awakened Mage.

Fantasy Review looks at Michael Moorcock's The Metatemporal Detective.

Lastly, via SF Signal, LOLthulhu. Because, well, just because.


Aidan Moher said...

Thanks for the link, Ms. Swivet!

A Dribble of Ink

Chris, The Book Swede said...

Thanks, as always, for the mention :) It's great.

-- Hello Aidan!