Sunday, October 7, 2007

Sunday night genre link dump. The all-print edition.

Too tired for commentary. Linkage:
At the Los Angeles Times, Ed Park discusses the new Overlook Press edition of John Crowley's Aegypt, now published under the author's preferred title, The Solitudes. Also, Michael Sims reviews Susan Tyler Hitchcock's Frankenstein: A Cultural History.

At the Philadelphia Inquirer, Gregory Feeley also looks at The Solitudes, as well as Crowley's Endless Things.

At the Contra Costa Times, Clay Kallam reviews D.M. Cornish's The Foundling (the first volume in the most excellent Monster Blood Tattoo series!), Scott Lynch's Red Seas Under Red Skies, Brandon Sanderson's The Well of Ascension, S.M. Stirling's The Sunrise Lands, and briefly mentions Mark Budz's Idolon and 'Till Human Voices Wake Us (neither of which he likes very much, sadly).

At the Houston Chronicle, Bill Radford reviews Kevin J. Anderson's The Last Days of Krypton.

At the Sunday London Times, Andrew Holgate reviews Jeanette Winterson's "not science fiction, dammit!" The Stone Gods.

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