Friday, October 19, 2007

Friday morning genre mini-link dump (cos I have a lot to catch up on here!)

Mini-dump this morning, and another longer dump tonight. I have a whole week's worth of links to catch up on!
Forbes Magazine interviews Robert J. Sawyer. (via SF Signal)

Brain Aldiss writes a letter to the editor of the London Times, and boy is he annoyed with Margaret Atwood. (again, via SF Signal)

Poppy Z. Brite's services are now available if you're looking for a great freelance editor and/or book doctor, and at a reasonable rate. Check out his Myspace page for more information!

At SciFi Wire, John Joseph Adams has been very busy: He profiles C.J. Ryan, author of Burdens of Empire; F. Paul Wilson, author of Bloodline; British Fantasy Award-winner Tim Lebbon, author of Dusk; Sunburst Award-winner Mark Frutkin, author of Fabrizio.

At SciFi Weekly, Lois Gresh reviews Julie E. Czerneda's Reaping the Wild Wind; Paul Di Fillippo reviews Rudy Rucker's Postsingular; and Scott Edelman talks about his addiction to science fiction.

At the Aqueduct blog, Timmi Duchamp interviews Julie Phillips, author of James Tiptree, Jr: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon.

SF Signal absolutely loves Ken Macleod's The Execution Channel; there's also a review of Infinity Plus: The Anthology, edited by Keith Brooke and Nick Gevers.

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