Saturday, December 1, 2007

Insomniac's genre link round-up. It might be Friday. Then again, it might be Saturday.

SFWA appears to be imploding with silliness and stupidity. Again. What's that old saying? Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, get reappointed to a committee to ensure that you can fool me a third time while also picking my pocket and kicking my puppy? Wheeeeeee! (Pass the popcorn., kidz.) In the meantime, linkage.
Nethspace is feeling neglected in my round-up posts so here's some Nethspace stuff: a review of In the Eye of Heaven by Dave Keck and a short interview with Celia Friedman.

Strange Horizons has new reviews of Thirteen by Richard K. Morgan and The Secret History of Moscow by Ekaterina Sedia.

Small Beer Press is having a bitchin' sale. (Yes, I just used the word bitchin'.) Go do some holiday shopping. (And remember, Hanukkah starts on December 4th, so you'd best hurry!)

The December 2007 issue of Clarkesworld has been posted. There's a great interview of Steven Erikson by Jeff VanderMeer.

Love Vampires...well, they love vampires! Reviews of Darkangel by Meredith Ann Pierce, Dark Thirst by Sara Reinke, Witchling by Yasmine Galenorn (wait, witches aren't vampires!), and The Nymphos of Rocky Flats by Mario Acevedo. There's also an interview with Jennifer Rardin.

At Sci Fi Weekly, Jeff VanderMeer reviews Clive Barker's Mister B. Gone, and John Clute discusses The Commons by Matthew Hughes.

At Sci Fi Wire, John Joseph Adams profiles Tim Pratt and Joe Abercrombie.

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