Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Wednesday night genre link dump.
(Gay superhero included at no extra charge.)

Had the great pleasure of hanging out at lunch today with Andy Wheeler, where much in the way of comfort food was consumed and much in the way of bookishness was discussed. Pubs are wonderful places, especially McGee's. Pubs + friends = even better.

Okay, so here's what you really came for: skiffy linkage!
At the New York Times, George Gene Gustines profiles debut novelist Perry Moore, author of Hero, a new YA novel about a gay teenage superhero.

At the Los Angeles Times, Michael Harris reviews Kage Baker's The Sons of Heaven.

At Sci Fi Weekly, Paul Di Fillippo reviews Chris Barzak's One for Sorrow, A.M. Dellamonica reviews The Guardener's Tale by Bruce Boston, John Clute reviews Walking the Dog by Michael Swanwick, and D. Douglas Fratz reviews Radio Freefall by Matthew Jarpe.

At Bookslut, Paul Kincaid reviews Tomorrow by Graham Swift.

Paul Kincaid reviews another book over at Strange Horizons, Polyphony 6, edited by Deborah Layne and Jay Lake.

At the Amazon Book Blog, Karen Traviss writes about her current book tour.

At Sci Fi Wire, John Joseph Adams profiles Glen Hirshberg, author of American Morons.

Book Fetish reviews The Devil's Right Hand by Lilith Saintcrow and Immortals: The Gathering by Jennifer Ashley.

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