Onward to skiffy linkage:
Scalzi is pimping Charlie Stross, Scott Westerfeld and Cherie Priest. Git on over there and check out his pretty new digs.
SF Crowsnest has posted their new October issue. Visit and explore!
Over at SFF World, Rob Bedford has posted a new review of Joe Abercrombie's The Blade Itself.
The Wertzone has a new review of Black Sun Rising by Celia Friedman.
At Strange Horizons, two reviews of Kelley Armstrong's No Humans Involved, and a separate round-up of three books: Ben Peek's Twenty-Six Lies/One Truth, Susan Palwick's The Fate of Mice, and Steph Swainston's The Modern World - and manages to throw Henry James into the whole mix. There's also a brilliant analysis of The Mists of Avalon by Bridget Da Silva. Really brilliant. (Which is why we love Strange Horizons, really.)
Fantasy Book Critic reviews Sarah Langan's The Missing as well as a really great interview with Brandon Sanderson, author of The Well of Ascension.
Graeme's Fantasy Book Review looks at Tobias Buckell's Crystal Rain as well as School's Out by Scott Andrews. There's also an interview with Michaal Moorcock.