Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Wednesday night genre link round-up.

I have nothing witty to say this evening. Sorry!
The Book Swede looks at Crossover by Joel Shepherd, and has a Quote of the Week essay by Karen Miller.

Fantasy Book Critic has a a review of a different Joel Shepherd book, Killswitch, The Darkest Evening of the Year by Dean Koontz, and The Solaris Book of New Fantasy, edited by George Mann.

At Ecstatic Days, Cat Valente is guest-blogging for Jeff VanderMeer, and she's discussing world-building and (ominous drum-roll) when steampunk goes bad! (Hee hee hee!)

OF Blog goes through the wayback machine and takes a second look at Gene Wolfe's The Fifth Head of Cerberus.

The transcript of Guy Gavriel Kay's Toastmaster Address from the World Fantasy Awards has been posted online.

Milady Insanity has an interview with Jenna Black, author of The Devil Inside.

Astrobiology Magazine has a fascinating essay about what life on Earth would be like if we had no moon. (via SF Signal)

SF Signal reviews The Commons by Matthew Hughes, and Queen of Candesce by Karl Schroeder.

SF Gospel looks at the theology of Battlestar Galactica.

SFF World reviews Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Jennifer Rardin.

The Penguin Blog has an interview with Ace editor and Grand Poobah Ginjer Buchanan.

1 comment:

Neth said...

sad that my blog no longer appears is in these updates - oh well.