Friday, December 14, 2007

Friday morning genre link round-up.

I am afeared: throat hurting, sneezing all morning. This can't be good. Onward to linkage:
The Pasadena Weekly talks to Ray Bradbury and highlights a new play that Bradbury has written, The Invisible Boy.

I missed this from the Contra Costa Times a couple of weeks ago: Clay Kallam reviews Halting State by Charles Stross, Time's Tapestry by Stephen Baxter, The Sleeping God by Violette Malan, Princes of the Golden Cage by Nathalie Mallet and The Spiral Labyrinth by Matthew Hughes.

At Fantasy Magazine, our very own Angry Black Woman has posted Part One of a round-table discussion she moderated on people of color in fantasy. Good stuff! Also, at her own blog, ABW interviews Cat Valente, author of In the Cities of Coin and Spice.

At Fantasy Book Critic, new reviews of Majestrum by Matthew Hughes, I Am Legend by Richard Matheson, and The Sword-Edged Blonde by Alex Bledsoe.

Fantasybookspot has a new interview with Paul Kearney, author of The Ten Thousand.

OF Blog is continuing its very thoughtful Gene Wolfe retrospective, with reviews of Urth of the New Sun, Latro in the Mist and Soldier of Sidon, and his 1975 novel, Peace.

Reading the Leaves has a joint review of Mary Gentle's Ilario: The Lion's Eye and Ilario: The Stone Golem.

Revolution SF reviews The Devil You Know by Mike Carey.

Strange Horizons reviews Joe Haldeman's The Accidental Time Machine.

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