First and most importantly, John Scalzi finally made it to the Creation Museum; the resulting report (illustrated, of course) is utterly hilarious. And, at John's Ficlets blog, he has a Big Idea Interview with Ekaterina Sedia, author of The Secret History of Moscow.
At Antick Musings, Andy Wheeler reviews The Surgeon's Tale and Other Stories by Cat Rambo and Jeff VanderMeer (which I am reading also right now and loving to bits!).
At Asking the Wrong Questions, Abigail reviews the Steven King-edited Best American Short Stories 2007.
At Bookie Monster, Arthur looks at two Christopher Moore favorites.
At the Endicott Studio blog, Terri Windling reviews Kate Bernheimer's Brothers & Beasts: Men on Fairy Tales.
Via the Eos Books blog, a link to this great video interview with Steph Swainston.
Fantasy Book Critic has an interview with Joel Sheperd, author of the novels Breakaway and Crossover; an interview with Cat Valente, author of In the Cities of Coin and Spice; and an interview with Wayne Barlowe, author God's Demon. There are also a number of new reviews, including War Machine by Andy Remic, The Orc King by R.A. "Hi, it's Bobby!" Salvatore, and Gentleman of the Road by Michael Chabon.
Graeme Flory reviews Queen of Candesce by Karl Schroeder, The Ivory and the Horn by Charles de Lint, Patrimony by Alan Dean Foster, True Colors: Star Wars Republic Commando by Karen "Ya Wanker!" Traviss, and The Ice Dragon by George R. R. Martin.
Grasping for the Wind has an interview with Nathalie Mallet, author of The Princes of the Golden Cage.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
The long-overdue (but kinda short anyway) genre link round-up. With Kleenex.
Okay, perhaps the idea of doing laundry was more appealing than the actual doing of said laundry. In either case, fever is back, energy is suddenly gone and I have decided I have enough clean underwear to last through the end of the day tomorrow, so I'll do a link dump instead. That okay with you guys? Onward, then: