Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Wednesday night "I got me a flu shot today!"
super-sized genre link dump.

Another late night. Nothing else to report. Onward to linkage:
Haaretz profiles Israeli SF/F publisher Yanshuf Publishing.

At Sci Fi Weekly, Jeff VanderMeer reviews The End of the World Blues by Jon Courtenay Grimwood, and Paul Di Fillippo reviews Kevin J. Anderson's The Last Days of Krypton.

Bookie Monster has a spiffy new design.

And so does John Joseph Adams!

The Autumn 2007 issue of Goblin Fruit has been posted.

At the Endicott Studio blog, Elizabeth Genco reviews Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr.

Fantasy Book Critic interviews Joe Abercrombie, author of The Blade Itself. There's also a review of Joe Schrieber's Eat the Dark.

Fantasybookspot has a nice chunk of new content: reviews of Dragonhaven by Robin McKinley, The Ivory and the Horn by Charles de Lint, Fablehaven by Brandon Mull, The Orc King by Bob Salvatore, The Raw Shark Texts by Steven Hall and much more.

Graeme's Fantasy Book Review also reviews Dragonhaven, as well as a review in verse of Micah and Strange Candy by Laurell K. Hamilton. (Don't ask me; I just report 'em.) There's also a review of Witch Ember by John Lawson.

OF Blog also reviews The Ivory and the Horn, as well as de Lint's Promises to Keep.

Fantasy Debut highlights Wind Follower by Carole McDonnell.

At Katie's Reading, scads of new reviews including Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Jennifer Rardin, Beg For Mercy by Toni Andrews, Blood Magic by Matthew Cook (as well as an interview with the author), Wind Follower by Carole McDonnell, and an interview with paranormal romance writer Colleen Gleason.

Neth Space reviews Feast of Souls by C.S. Friedman.

Orbit Books is holding the BEST CONTEST EV-AH!!! (Seriously. The best.)

Pat's Fantasy Hotlist looks at Spook Country by William Gibson.

SF Signal revisits Amnesia Moon by Jonathan Lethem.

At SFF World, even more new stuff: Interviews with Brian Ruckley, Karen Miller, and Peadar Ó Guilín.

The Gravel Pit has a new review of Charlie Huston's No Dominion.

3 comments:

Rick Klaw said...

Do you think it would be hypocritical of me to enter the Orbit Electric Church contest even though I panned the book?

There are some sweet prizes.

La Gringa said...

Hell, no. That's an AWESOME prize package!

Chris, The Book Swede said...

It's quite an awesome contest :) Fingers crossed!

Thanks for the SFFWorld mention! (My interviews :D ... )

~Chris
The Book Swede