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» Publishers Weekly, Cory Doctorow: Zen and the Art of Self-Publishing

» Gather: 17 minutes of 2001: A Space Odyssey Found

» Salon: Paul Di Filippo asks, Is Science Fiction Dying?

» From Bar to Bar interviews Charles Stross

» An Open Letter From The Arthur C Clarke Award

» Infinity Plus launches an ebrook imprint, beginning with a collection by Eric Brown and five titles by Keith Brooke

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo summarizes Beyond the Horizon: 21st-Century SF

» BSCreview: Hal Duncan's column Notes from New Sodom: The Kipple Foodstuff Factory; interviews with Marjorie Liu and Mark Charan Newton

» All Golden Gryphon Press books are 1/2 price -- for a limited time only

» ChiZine Publications begins Thirteen Days of CZP-mas - thirteen days of special offers on their books

» Naples Daily News: Ben Bova on Time travel

» Washington Post's Best of 2010 Fiction & Poetry list includes Larry Doyle's Go, Mutants!, Justin Cronin's The Passage, David Mitchell's The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet, and Guy Gavriel Kay's Under Heaven

» Washington Post: Mary Quattlebaum reviews Paolo Bacigalupi's Ship Breaker

» Time Magazine's Top 10 Fiction Books of 2010 include Jennifer Egan's A Visit from the Goon Squad, David Mitchell's The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet, Charles Yu's How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe, and Justin Cronin's The Passage

» Amazon's Omnivoracious has Gift Book Suggestions for the Imaginative, the Curious, the Weird

» LA Times: Ed Park's online Astral Weeks column reviews Patterson's Heinlein bio

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Tricia Sullivan, Jean-Christophe Valtat, Brandon Sanderson, Matt Forbeck

» UC Riverside: Eaton Conference to Explore Global Science Fiction, along with honors for Harlan Ellison and Samuel R. Delany

» Wall Street Journal: Paul Di Filippo reviews Harry Turtledove and Connie Willis

» Times Literary Supplement: Michael Saler reviews Patterson's Heinlein bio

» Baltimore City Paper's Top Ten Books of the year includes David Mitchell and China Miéville

» Neo-Victorian Studies' latest issue is about "Steampunk, Science, and (Neo)Victorian Technologies"

» ABC TV [in Australia] interviews Alastair Reynolds

» Lou Anders has thoughts on Google Books

» The Agony Column interviews Tim Powers

» Salon's best fiction of 2010 includes Jennifer Egan's A Visit from the Goon Squad and Gary Shteyngart's Super Sad True Love Story

» Financial Times' 2010 Fiction round-up includes SF titles (scroll down) by Philip Palmer, Hannu Rajaniemi, and Jeff VanderMeer; and titles in other categories by David Mitchell, Alan Garner, and Jonathan Stroud

» NY Times Book Review's 10 Best Books of 2010 includes Jennifer Egan's A Visit from the Goon Squad [Locus Online's description]

» December Lights Project is posting "short stories to light up the winter season" through December, with stories so far by Sarah Prineas, Patrick Samphire, Maurissa Guibord, and Karen Healey

» National Review Online: John J. Miller interviews Larry Niven

» The Science Fiction Oral History Association second Space Dog Podcast interviews Scott Westerfeld

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Cherie Priest, Stephen M. Irwin, Catherynne M. Valente

» The Agony Column interviews Guillermo Del Toro (twice) and reviews The Fall (by Del Toro and Chuck Hogan)

» Back to the socialist future at Prague sci-fi exhibition

» Dave Langford's Ansible 281

» NY Times Book Review's 100 Notable Books of 2010 includes fiction titles by Charles Yu, Ian McEwan, Gary Shteyngart, David Mitchell, and Jennifer Egan; Michiko Kakutani's Top 10 Books of 2010 include the novels by Gary Shteyngart and David Mitchell

» Oprah Magazine's top ten books includes the novels by Jennifer Egan and Gary Shteyngart

» Publishers Weekly talks with Jo Walton

» News: Jo Fletcher leaves Gollancz to start a new imprint at Quercus Books, Jo Fletcher Books

» Awards news: Romanian SF&F Awards Announced; Cybils Awards nominations (for children's and young adult books); Nova Awards (for fanzines)

» Lawrence Person reviews Charles Stross' The Fuller Memorandum

» Black Gate interviews Gene Wolfe

» Guardian Books Podcasts asks, Is science fiction the only way of grappling with the modern world?

» Fantastic Literature's Bumper Christmas Booklist is online

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» John Joseph Adams seeks recommendations of Cthulhu Mythos stories for anthology The Book of Cthulhu

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews William Peter Blatty's Crazy

» NY Times profiles Anne R. Dick, author of just-re-released The Search for Philip K. Dick

» The Science Fiction Oral History Association launches its Space Dog Podcast with a 1976 discussion with Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, Lester del Rey, Frederik Pohl, and Gordon R. Dickson

» NY Times: Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library Opens in Indianapolis

» Salem-News: Kourosh Ziabari interviews Adam Roberts, who explains why "Science Fiction is the most Powerful and Imaginative Mode of Writing"

» Guardian: Roz Kaveney explains why Antimatter? Not such a big deal

» Angry Robot has launched its digital short story store

» Denver Post: Dorman T. Shindler reviews Connie Willis' All Clear

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Galen Beckett, Patricia McKillip, Robin McKinley

» Ellen Datlow's photos from November 17th KGB reading

» Library Journal's Best Books: 2010 names SF/Fantasy titles by James Barclay, Todd McCaffrey, China Miéville, Mark Charan Newton, and Skyler White

» Amazon's Omnivoracious highlights Hiromi Goto's Half World

» From Bar to Bar interviews Ekaterina Sedia

» Norman Spinrad is offering an e-book edition of Greenhouse Summer, his 1999 novel, for just $3 through Jan 1st '11

» Small Beer Press has invited several guest bloggers to celebrate the Fall; posts so far are by Karen Joy Fowler, Kathe Koja, and Vincent McCaffrey

» Ellen Datlow's photos from Neil Gaiman's birthday bash in New Orleans

» The Agony Column interviews S.G. Browne and reviews his new novel Fated

» Guardian: Sam Jordison's "Back to the Hugos" considers Philip José Farmer's To Your Scattered Bodies Go

» LA Times: long obituary of Glen H. GoodKnight

» New Scientist's Clare Wilson reviews Iain M. Banks' Surface Detail

» BBC Woman's Hour: Margaret Atwood is interviewed about The Handmaid's Tale [via]

» SFWA notes the passing of Glenn Lewis Gillette

» The Agony Column interviews Kevin Kelly and reviews What Technology Wants

» ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) interviews Jeff VanderMeer

» Guardian talks with Hannu Rajamiemi

» Guardian: Neil Gaiman reviews Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars

» has awarded a $15,000 grant to the Shared Worlds Teen Writing Camp at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina

» More Best of 2010 lists: Amazon UK's SF & Fantasy; Publishers Weekly's Best Books of 2010, with SF titles on page 3 (scroll down); PW blogger Rose Fox lists her runners-up

» Publishers Weekly profiles

» Pyr-o-mania: Gillian Polack sits down with Enge, Shepherd & Kenyon

» The Odyssey Fantasy Writing Workshop offers three Online Writing Classes, beginning in January

» The German Conference on the Fantastic hosts an hour audiovideo of Paul Di Filippo reading his latest fiction

» The KGB Fantastic Fiction Raffle was a huge success

» Independent: Doug Johnstone reviews Iain M. Banks' Surface Detail

» New webzines; Angle Mort | Éclats d'imaginaire; "international sf" Inter Nova

» PLoS Blogs has Steve Silberman's Tripping Cyborgs and Organ Farms: The Fictions of Cordwainer Smith

» File 770 reports the death of Glen GoodKnight, founder of the Mythopoeic Society

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Laurence Cossé's A Novel Bookstore

» The Carl Brandon Society is holding a Octavia E. Butler Memorial Scholarship Fund eReader Drawing through November 22nd

»'s Editors' Picks: Top 100 Books of 2010 include titles by Justin Cronin, Charles Yu, Stephen King, Jennifer Egan, Gary Shteyngart, David Mitchell, Brandon Sanderson, Charlaine Harris, and Joe Hill; customer favorites (i.e. bestsellers) put Suzanne Collins, Charlaine Harris, and Stephenie Meyer in the top 10

» Jeff VanderMeer blogs about Amazon's Top 10 SF & Fantasy Books of 2010, here (#1 to #5) and here (#6 to #10)

» Locus Online recounts World Fantasy Con Panels

» Dave Langford's Ansible 280

» Washington Post: Scientists nominate "lost sci-fi classics" that include works by Holland, Lem, Womack, Galouye, Sheckley, Zamiatin, Stapledon, Gunn, and Stewart

» Barnes & Noble: Paul Di Filippo reviews The Wesleyan Anthology of Science Fiction

» From Bar to Bar interviews Mark Charan Newton

» Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, asked its membership of research scientists and engineers Did Science Fiction Influence You? (PDF)

» The Agony Column podcasts an interview with Graham Hancock and reviews his novel Entangled; also, interview with Charles Burns and review of X'ed Out

» Fantastic Literature's November booklist is online

» Washington Post Book World: Bill Sheehan reviews Stephen King's Full Dark, No Stars; also, Yvonne Sipp reviews five books on zombies, and Michael Sims selects three books on Dracula

» Los Angeles Times: Ed Park's "Astral Weeks" online column reviews Ted Chiang's Stories of Your Life and Others

» The World SF Blog is now posting fiction every Tuesday, beginning this week with Aliette de Bodard's Mélanie

» Locus Online attends World Fantasy Con

» Village Voice: Julie Phillips reviews Connie Willis' Blackout and All Clear

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Mark Hodder's The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack

» Telegraph: Peter Ingham reviews Mira Grant, Rachel Aaron, Tricia Sullivan, Mike Carey

» New Scientist is holding a flash fiction competition for "futures that never were", to be judged by Neil Gaiman; deadline 19 November

» BSCreview: Hal Duncan's latest column is about The Booker and the Bistro de Critique

» Barnes & Noble: essay by Paul Di Filippo, Logical Surprise

» Realms of Fantasy's final December 2010 issue is available online

» AE - The Canadian Science Fiction Review is a new webzine that will launch its first issue later this month

» The Asimov's website has the December issue table of contents, with links to departments by Sheila Williams, Robert Silverberg, Peter Heck, and James Patrick Kelly

» Fantastic Fiction at KGB is conducting an online raffle, through October 25th, to support the KGB reading series

» From Bar to Bar interviews Roberto de Sousa Causo

» Concatenation's Jonathan Cowie reviews Iain Banks' Surface Detail

» Barnes & Noble: Paul Di Filippo reviews Jean-Christophe Valtat's Aurorarama

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» New Scientist: Jeff Hecht chats with Charles Stross

» Michael Swanwick has posted Halloween story "October Leaves" on Flickr - written one word at a time on autumn leaves and photographed where they lay in parks and cemeteries and city streets (also available as a Blurb book)

» Jeff VanderMeer is very enthusiastic about debut novel The Orange Eats Creeps by Grace Krilanovich

» Update to today's Magazines/Website page: the second issue of Cheryl Morgan's Salon Futura went online today

» Vermont's Seven Days talks with Rick Moody about his novel The Four Fingers of Death

» Oxford American's Future Issue online content includes Kevin Brockmeier's Ten Great Novels of the Apocalypse

» From Bar to Bar interviews Gwyneth Jones

» Fantastic Literature's October booklist is online

» Dave Langford's Ansible 279

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Mary Robinette Kowal, Charles Yu, Charles Stross

» NPR's Glen Weldon reviews Charles Yu's How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe, with an excerpt

» Techland: Lev Grossman interviews Paolo Bacigalupi [via PW]

» Slate: Kwame Anthony Appiah's How come Jonathan Franzen - like many novelists before him - is haunted by Malthus? cites Daniel Quinn, Harry Harrison, and John Brunner

» The American Interest: Walter Russell Mead's Science Fiction is a Genre That Everyone Should Read

» BSCreview video interviews Brandon Sanderson and has a Q&A with Brent Weeks

» Omnivoracious: Exquisite Treasure: Amal El-Mohtar's The Honey Month

» Concatenation's Autumn 2010 update has lots of news and reviews, plus an essays on German Science Fiction up to 1945

» Aqueduct Press Blog announces a new feminist press, Femspec Books

» Salon: Laura Miller on The fierce fight over the present tense, triggered by an observation over the nominees for this year's Man Booker Prize

» 365 Days of Women Writers is a blog about reading only women writers for a year; early selections include Malinda Lo and Sandra McDonald

» LA Times: David L. Ulin reviews William Gibson's Zero History .. "Even when the novel's darker intrigues manifest, the stakes are never really high enough, nor the dangers particularly real."

» LA Times: John Scalzi and Wil Wheaton launch charity e-book

» British Fantasy Awards winners include Conrad Williams, Stephen Jones, Vincent Chong, Murky Depths, and Robert Holdstock

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Jeff VanderMeer's Finch

» Jeff VanderMeer announces Last Drink Bird Head Award Finalists (2009-2010) for "those in the genre community who enrich us with their time, energy, and words, for causes greater than themselves"

» Harlan Ellison's last convention appearance is scheduled for MadCon in Madison, WI, Sept 24-26, 2010

» The Atlantic: Douglas Gorney interviews William Gibson

» LA Times profiles Cornelia Funke (living in Beverly Hills since 2005)

» Lambda Literary interviews Tanith Lee, whose new book is Disturbed By Her Song

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Hawking & Mlodinow's The Grand Design - "the geek humor is endearingly lame"

» The Agony Column: A rather different interview with William Gibson

» NY Times Book Review: Katie Roiphe reviews Suzanne Collins' Mockingjay; Scarlett Thomas reviews William Gibson's Zero History

» Boston Globe: Mark Feeney reviews Gibson's Zero History

» NY Times profiles the late F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre: Froggy's Last Story

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Peter F. Hamilton, Garry Kilworth, Hannu Rajaniemi, JN Fenn

» Participate in an online survey about Aussiecon 4! Communication Studies prof has posted a survey for those who attended this most recent Worldcon at; for more information contact June Madeleyor (email; webpage)

» DragonCon reports from Lou Anders, Clay and Susan Griffith

» Slate's Jack Shafer on The Fallen Status of Books: hard times for hardcovers

» Salon's Laura Miller on The trouble with Google Books

» From Bar to Bar interviews Hal Duncan

» Big Ideas interviews Cory Doctorow on Copyright vs. Universal Access (audio/video)

» Washington Post: Sara Sklaroff reviews Miéville, Okorafor, McDonald

» The Australian: Geordie Williamson's Only connect connects E.M. Forster and William Gibson

» Guardian profiles Tanith Lee

» Dave Langford's Ansible 278

» Aussiecon 4 has released the Hugo voting report [pdf] with the ranked voting breakdown and lists of nominees that didn't make the final ballot

» Deaths: anime filmmaker Satoshi Kon; editor Lawrence Ashmead, whose authors included Isaac Asimov (both NYT)

» Omnivoracious: Jeff VanderMeer's picks for 2010 Novels: The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year So Far?

» Wall Street Journal: William Gibson On the Future of Publishing

» NPR: Gary Shteyngart's Nerd Passion For 'Zardoz'

» The Agony Column interviews Guy Gavriel Kay

» Cosmos has free fiction Songs of a Death Earth by Don Norum, and Rust Night by Ian McHugh

» Fantastic Literature's September list is online

» Locus Online editorial: Drilling Down the Inbox; Hugo Results

» LA Times: Michael Moorcock reviews Stephen Hawking & Leonard Mlodinow's The Grand Design

» NY Times: Ander Monson reviews Charles Yu's How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews William Gibson's Zero History

» Salon: Andrew Leonard reviews the first chapter of The Mongoliad

» NY Times: Jeff VanderMeer's Science Fiction Chronicle reviews titles by Karen Lord, Ian McDonald, Karin Lowachee, Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud

» NY Times Op-Ed by William Gibson: Google's Earth

» The science fiction link to the Discovery TV gunman: Daniel Quinn's 1992 novel Ishmael, winner of the $500,000 Turner Tomorrow Fellowship; details at AOL News, Salon, Pharyngula; Quinn responded in Washington Post

» You can watch last weekend's Writers and Illustrators of the Future Awards Ceremony (144:56)

» Slate's Book Club dissects Suzanne Collins' Mockingjay

» More of Lawrence Person's photos from Armadillocon

» John Joseph Adams' site for The Living Dead 2 features eight free stories, plus 36 author interviews appearing daily beginning today; the book is available now

» Locus Online attends this year's Writers and Illustrators of the Future Awards Ceremony

» Lawrence Person is posting photos from Armadillocon

» Omnivoracious interviews Rose Fox, sf/f/h reviews editor for Publishers Weekly, while Jeff VanderMeeer reports from Shared Worlds, an sf/f writing camp for teen students

» The Agony Column interviews Mary Roach and reviews Packing for Mars

» Cosmos has free fiction Looking Good by Deborah Walker

» Discovery News talks with Robert J. Sawyer at SETI-Con; meanwhile at Philosophy Now, Nick DiChario interviews Sawyer

» Meteor House is posting excerpts from forthcoming book The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions

» LA Times: Susan Carpenter reviews Suzanne Collins' Mockingjay (on sale tomorrow) - "Wow"; also, Ed Parks reviews Charles Yu's How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe

» The New Gay interviews Hal Duncan

» BSCreview interviews Jane Lindskold, Alex Bledsoe, and Aaron Dembski-Bowden

» The Agony Column interviews Gary Shteyngart and reviews Super Sad True Love Story

» Daily Mail: Harry Ritchie reviews Stephenie Meyer, Justin Cronin, Charlaine Harris

» South Africa Mail & Guardian Online: Gwen Ansell reviews Mark Chadbourn, Jacqueline Carey, KJ Parker

» Ellen Datlow's photos from KGB reading on August 18 with Laura Anne Gilman and Mary Robinette Kowal

» Omnivoracious Reports from Clarion San Diego: Great Writing, Purple Dye, Water Gun Battles, and Book Recs

» Orbit Books has built a Chart of Fantasy Art, comparing elements in fantasy cover art from 2008 to 2009

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews William H. Patterson, Jr.'s Robert A. Heinlein biography, due from Tor August 17th

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Larry Doyle, Meg Cabot, Amelia Beamer

» Strange Horizons: John Clute reviews Hannu Rajaniemi's "brilliant first novel" The Quantum Thief

» Alt Hist is a new online magazine of historical fiction and alternate history

» The Berkeley Daily Planet profiles The Other Change of Hobbit bookstore, recently relocated

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Mary Roach's Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void

» The Agony Column interviews David Mitchell and reviews The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet

» Slate: Laura Shapiro reviews Shirley Jackson

» The Agony Column interviews Tim Powers

» Boston Globe: interview with J.C. Hallman, author of a book about utopias; also, Ethan Gilsdorf reviews Rick Moody's The Four Fingers of Death

» NY Times: Alan Dean Foster has an op-ed, Garden Variety Javelinas, about Arizona's new immigration law

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Amelia Beamer, China Miéville, Matt Kindt

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Rob Scott, Charles Stross, Rhys Thomas, Scott Sigler

» NY Times: Michael Wood reviews Gary Shteyngart's Super Sad True Love Story; Clancy Martin reviews Rick Moody's The Four Fingers of Death

» Amazon's Best Books of 2010... So Far includes Justin Cronin's The Passage

» Norman Spinrad blogs about The Publishing Death Spiral - Part One and Part Two

» NPR: Nancy Pearl's Under the Radar Reads includes Guy Gavriel Kay's Under Heaven

» Orion Magazine: Christopher Cokinos on Instead of Suns, the Earth: Another kind of science fiction

» The Rejectionist interviews Elizabeth Hand

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing has numerous interviews and articles from Comic-Con, from Matthew Sturges, Ann VanderMeer, John Picacio, Brandon Sanderson, Lou Anders, Brent Weeks, Paul Cornell, and others

» Lightspeed launches its August issue today

» Apex Magazine posts its first issue with new fiction editor Catherynne M. Valente

» BSCreview: Hal Duncan's column The Combat Fiction Bar & Grill

» NY Times: Paul Krugman's column Increasing Returns And Economic Areography quotes and links Charles Stross

» CNN profiles Ray Bradbury, on occasion of his 90th birthday; he "watches Fox News Channel by day, Turner Classic Movies by night. He spends the rest of his time summoning 'the monsters and angels' of his imagination for his enchanting tales"

» Publishers Weekly: Cory Doctorow's column, Doctorow's First Law; Genreville: Mark Van Name donating proceeds of next novel to charity

» Slate: Terrence Rafferty reviews Gary Shteyngart's Super Sad True Love Story

» Dave Langford's Ansible 277

» The Agony Column interviews Justin Cronin

» August SF Site features Alexei Panshin

» Washington Post: Ron Charles reviews Gary Shteyngart's Super Sad True Love Story - "a slit-your-wrist satire illuminated by the author's absurd wit"

» SF Chronicle: Alan Cheuse reviews Rick Moody's The Four Fingers of Death - an "homage to and pastiche of the work of Vonnegut"

» John Picacio reports from Comic-Con, with lots of pics

» Fantastic Literature's August list is online

» Locus Online Editorial: Not Splitting the Baby, about the Magazines/Websites page

» Lou Anders reports on Comic Con

» Time Magazine article on Listening for Aliens discusses Gregory and James Benford's SETI research

Spectra Magazine is a new UK-based subscription e-zine of sf, fantasy, and horror, lauching Sept 1st in a variety of eReader formats

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Alasdair Gray's Old Men in Love

» Seattle Times: Nisi Shawl reviews Karen Lord, Eleanor Arnason, Amelia Beamer

» Chicago Sun-Times profiles Nnedi Okorafor

» The Agony Column interviews Brian and Wendy Froud

» Black Gate reports from Readercon

» NY Times: Sarah Lyall profiles China Miéville

» The Speculative Literature Foundation is now open for its 2010 Gulliver Travel Grant , an $800 award to cover travel costs for research needed for a writing project

» Wall Street Journal: Martin Morse Wooster reviews Gardner Dozois' Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Seventh Annual Collection

» The A.V. Club profiles H.G. Wells under its heading Gateways to Geekery (previous subjects include The Twilight Zone, J.G. Ballard, Philip K. Dick, and H.P. Lovecraft)

» Salon posts Paul Di Filippo's review of Jules Verne's The Castle in Transylvania (from B&N)

» io9: Paul Kincaid wonders Why are three of this year's Hugo nominees about the decline of America? (from Big Other)

» NY Times: Amazon says e-books now outsell hardcovers

» New site Gestalt Mash features debut posts by Richard Kadrey, Rhys Hughes, Matthew Cheney (reading Neil Gaiman's Sandman issue-by-issue), and Elena Nola & Jay Tomio (reading George R.R. Martin's A Game of Thrones chapter-by-chapter)

» This is zeppelin week at Lightspeed, with fiction by Genevieve Valentine, an author spotlight on her, and nonfiction by Gregory K. H. Bryant about airships

» Wall Street Journal interviews Rick Moody, author of forthcoming The Four Fingers of Death, "a sequel of sorts" to his breakthrough novel The Ice Storm

» Realms of Fantasy has a new Folkroots editor

» If You're Just Joining Us interviews Paul Di Filippo

» Salon: Sam Adams explains Everything you wanted to know about "Inception"

» Tangent Online posts a 1993 interview with James P. Hogan

» Black Gate: Jerry Pournelle responds to Robert Silverberg

» Frank K Kelly, journalist and writer of space-opera tales in the early 1930s, died last month in Santa Barbara CA

» Wizard's Tower Press, founded by Cheryl Morgan, is dedicated to e-books, anthologies, and online Salon Futura, which will launch at Worldcon in September

» NY Times: Dave Itzkoff on Albert Brooks' forthcoming near-future SF novel 2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America

» Norman Spinrad is now blogging at large

» WOWIO is providing free PDF downloads of Daniel Rabuzzi's The Choir Boats, from ChiZine Publications, (which Locus Online described here), during the month of July

» Lightspeed this week has fiction by Tobias S. Buckell, an author spotlight on Buckell, and nonfiction by The Evil Monkey

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda David Morrell & Hank Wagner's Thrillers: The 100 Must-Reads

» Adventures in SciFi Publishing interviews James Gunn

» WritingRaw for July 15 has 7 Question Interviews with Christopher Barzak, Jess Bullington, David Herter, Mira Grant, and others

» Concatenation's new content includes a Nature Futures story by Bruce W. Ferguson

» Beneath Ceaseless Skies this month has stories by Marissa Lingen, Mishell Baker, Kris Millering, and Yoon Ha Lee

» Welcome to Blastr, the next step in the evolution of SCI FI Wire

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Jules Verne's The Castle in Transylvania, a newly translated work - "An example of Verne at his most pleasurable and educational, exploring the remarkable reality of our simultaneous technological plummet and ascent."

» Kathryn Cramer's photos from Readercon

» Wall Street Journal: John J. Miller profiles Fritz Leiber

» Salon: Laura Miller asks, Is Shirley Jackson a great American writer?

» Boing Boing: Cory Doctorw reviews Ian McDonald's The Dervish House - "superb novel of the mystical nano future of Istanbul"

» The Threepenny Review's Wendy Lesser reviews Isaac Asimov's The End of Eternity (Jo Walton also reviewed it, last week at

» Black Gate: Robert Silverberg asks, Are the days of the full-time novelist numbered?

» Financial Times: Roz Kaveney reviews Gaiman & Sarrantonio's Stories

» Rachel Swirsky is liveblogging on Jeff VanderMeer's blog from Launch Pad, a NASA-funded workshop for writers in modern astronomy

» The Agony Column interviews Aimee Bender and reviews The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake

» Omnivoracious features China Miéville on Five Underrated Literary Cephalopods

» Publishers Weekly's cover features include Stefan Dziemianowicz on The enduring popularity of H.P. Lovecraft, a profile of Subterranean Press, and Laird Barron on Why I Write

» Ellen Datlow's photos from Readercon

» NY Times Book Review: Will Blythe reviews Jennifer Egan's A Visit from the Good Squad; Christopher Hitchens reviews Philip Pullman's The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ - "an attempt by an experienced storyteller to show how even the best-plotted stories can get too far out of hand"

» Entertainment Weekly gives China Miéville's Kraken an A-

» Amazon's Omnivoracious celebrates L. Timmel Duchamp and Aqueduct Press, publishers of 50 books in 6 years

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Paolo Bacigalupi's The Windup Girl - "Not since William Gibson's pioneering cyberpunk classic, "Neuromancer" (1984), has a first novel excited science fiction readers as much..."

» PW's Genreville blog summarizes a dispute re Night Shade Books

» Amazon's Omnivoracious blog features Mike Allen on Clockwork Phoenix and guest posts by Mark Charan Newton

» Lightspeed has fiction by Carol Emshwiller and nonfiction by Carol Pinchefsky; the complete July issue is for sale now

» Salon: Justin Cronin Q&A

» Blogging the Muse interviews Lisa Goldstein

» Submissions are now open for the Australian Shadows Awards, presented by the Australian Horror Writers Association, this year with cash prizes

» The Onion: News From The Year 2137

» is celebrating Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy this month

» Strange Horizons: Adam Roberts examines The Woo of Lost

» Michiko Kakutani reviews Laurence Gonzales' Lucy, about a human/ape "humanzee", which "doesn't manage to lend Lucy's back story even the veneer of plausibility"; Jerry Coyne is similarly unimpressed

» Hal Duncan on The Lost Airbender

» David Mitchell's The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet is reviewed by David Eggers in New York Times, by Eric Banks in LA Times, and by Ron Charles in Washington Post; last week Mitchell was profiled in NYT's Magazine

» Time Magazine's July 12th What to Read this Summer (mostly not online) includes editor Lev Grossman's choice of two fantasy anthologies: Gaiman & Sarrantonio's Stories, and Strahan & Anders' Swords & Dark Magic

» SF Chronicle: Carmela Ciuraru reviews Aimee Bender's The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake

» Entertainment Weekly reviews Laurence Gonzales' "sci-fi thriller" Lucy and gives it an A

» NPR: Alan Cheuse reviews The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson

» Flagship is a new electronic and audio 'zine, dedicated to "optimistic, entertaining, Golden Age" science fiction, launching July 4th

» Quantum Muse interviews L.E. Modesitt, Jr.

» Dave Langford's Ansible 276

» Strange Horizons has John Clute's latest Scores column, on Cory Doctorow's For the Win and William H. Patterson, Jr.'s Robert A. Heinlein biography

» World SF News Blog is running a movie week, about genre films from around the world

» Functional Nerds chats with John Picacio

» David Herter has created a YouTube trailer for his recent horror novel October Dark

» Lambda Literary's LGBTQI Speculative Fiction Spotlight profiles Sacchi Green/Connie Wilkins

» Washington Post: What scientists recommend for summer reading includes titles by Clarke, Robinson, Wyndham, Butler, Atwood, Butcher, Keyes, and others

» Concatenation previews Hannu Rajaniemi's The Quantum Thief, a debut novel from a new author attracting some amount of buzz; Subterranean Online has a story by Rajaniemi

» Lawrence Person has photos from Apollocon

» Fantastic Literature's July list is online

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Christopher Farnsworth, Dan Wells, and Stories

» The Agony Column interviews Jennifer Egan and reviews her novel A Visit from the Goon Squad

» Claude Lalumière & Rupert Bottenberg's Lost Myths is running an Agents of M.Y.T.H. contest, to guess what M.Y.T.H. stands for...

» features Bruce Sterling's The Exterminator's Want-Ad

» Salon: Laura Miller on When anyone can be a published author

» Lapham's Quarterly: John Crowley's Blossom and Fade, on "The Glass Bead Game"

» BSCreview interviews horror novelist David Moody and children's author/illustrator Adam Rex

» Salon's Rob St. Amant recommends Best fantasy books for children

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Guy Gavriel Kay's Under Heaven - "it is the novel you'll want for your summer vacation"

» Naples Daily News: Ben Bova says Science-fiction conventions are nothing to laugh at

» Philadelphia City Paper's cover story is about China Miéville's Kraken and others, including new books by David Mitchell and Aimee Bender

» BSCreview interviews Lou Anders

» CNN: Jose Saramago has died

» Beneath Ceaseless Skies this month has stories by Marine Brennan, Adam Corbin Fusco, and Aliette de Bodard

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo essays on Okorafor's Who Fears Death -- "As a fantasy the book is overarchingly and culminatively satisfying... as a science fiction novel, the book is exiguous and unfulfilled" -- and reviews Holt's Blonde Bombshell

» Ellen Datlow's photos the June 16 KGB reading with Scott Edelman and Jack Ketchum

» Lightspeed has posted new stories by Jack McDevitt and David Barr Kirtley, both with podcast versions

» Literary agent and script doctor John Jarrold has revamped his website

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Eli Kintisch's Hack the Planet

» Guardian: Terry Pratchett returns to science fiction in collaboration with Stephen Baxter

» Mythic Delirium features poems by Susan Slaviero and Shweta Narayan, with illustrations and audio

» Cosmos Magazine has free fiction All The Wrong Places by Val Nolan

» Hal Duncan's Vellum has won the Tähtivaeltaja Award for the best SF book published in Finland last year; Duncan's blog

» We Are the Galactics Or: Everything I Needed to Know About Sex, I Learned from Science Fiction

» J.G. Ballard archive saved in British Library coup, with photos

» The Agony Column interviews Michael Swanwick

» Chesley Awards nominations have been announced; winners at NASFiC

» Washington Post: Ron Charles reviews Justin Cronin's The Passage - "Of course, you're skeptical. So was I..."

» The New Yorker: Laura Miller on the boom in dystopian fiction for young readers, concerning Suzanne Collins, Scott Westerfeld, Patrick Ness, and others

» Slate has launched YA online vampire serial My Darklyng

» The Agony Column has podcast interviews with China Miéville and Cory Doctorow

» NPR: Pat Cadigan reminisces about her secret life in which she and a friend advised The Beatles

» BSCreview: Guy Gavriel Kay guest blogs about Under Heaven, and the Book World Under Siege; Justin Cronin is interviewed

» Reviews of Justin Cronin's The Passage from Salon's Laura Miller, STLtoday's Dorman T. Shindler

»'s GeekDad reviews Jay Lake's The Specific Gravity of Grief

» Daily Mail: Harry Ritchie reviews Stephen Baxter, M.D. Lachlan, China Miéville

» Lambda Literary awards winners include, in the LGBT SF/Fantasy/Horror category, Catherynne M. Valente's Palimpsest

» Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, after a hiatus, is back online with a new look

» Apex Magazine has re-opened to submissions, with new fiction editor Catherynne M. Valente

» Artworks from George Scithers' estate are for sale on eBay

» BSCreview has an interview with Cory Doctorow from BookExpo America

» Lawrence Person has photos from Neal Barrett Jr.'s Author Emeritus party

» SFRevu's Ernest Lilley has turned editorial reigns of the site over to Gayle Surrette; his final editorial

187; Dave Langford's Ansible 275

» Entertainment Weekly (and Stephen King) rave about Justin Cronin's The Passage, a post-apocalyptic novel to be published June 8

» short review of China Miéville's Kraken

» Rick Kleffel interviews Carlos Ruiz Zafón

» New York Magazine: William Gibson's favorite SF novels are by Bester, Delany, Engh, Ballard, Haldeman, Roberts, Womack, Crowley, Sterling, and Disch

» Fantastic Literature's June list is online

» Shareable: Design for a shareable world launches story series Shareable Futures with Cory Doctorow's The Jammie Dodgers and the Adventure of the Leicester Square Screening

» John Joseph Adams' Lightspeed Magazine debuts June 1st, with fiction by Vylar Kaftan, Jack McDevitt, David Barr Kirtley, and Carrie Vaughn; plus features by Mike Brotherton and others

» Nominations are open for the Parsec Awards, for Speculative Fiction Podcasting, until June 1st; winners to be announced at Dragon*con

» Soho Gallery for Digital Art features Otherworld, through June 5th, with works by Jim Burns, Bruce Jensen, Tom Canty, Gary Lippincott, Larry Dixon, Stephan Martiniere, Bob Eggleton, Cliff Nielsen, Donato Giancola, John Picacio, and John Harris

» Borders Blog: Alastair Reynolds on Optimism and pessimism - where did it all go right?

» Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction 2009 is an online anthology edited by Charles Tan, with stories by Dean Francis Alfar, Yvette Tan, Kenneth Yu, Gabriella Lee, and others

» May Three-lobed Burning Eye has fiction by Georgina Bruce, Jessica Reisman, Adam Browne, J M McDermott, Cheryl W. Ruggiero, and Ferrett Steinmetz

» Pulp Engine features Jeff Berkwits' Despite changing times, pulp heroes endure

» 15 Sci-Fi Predictions That Came True

» The 2011 Eaton Conference, with the theme "Global Science Fiction, has issued a call for papers

» Ellen Datlow's photos from the May 19th KGB reading with Terence Taylor and Leanna Renee Hieber

» Cory Doctorow at GalleyCat: It Is Impossible to Monetize Obscurity

» Booklist's Top 10 SF/Fantasy: 2010 (books reviewed since last year's spotlight on sf/f) includes titles by Brom, Huff, Fox, Spinrad, Turtledove, Grossman, Wexler, Petrushevskaya, DeNiro, and Koch

» FOGcon is a new literary-themed San Francisco SF/F con, "in the tradition of Wiscon and Readercon", scheduled for March 2011

⏣ Strange Horizons: John Clute reviews Michal Ajvaz

» LA Times: Sarah Smith reviews Charlaine Harris' Dead in the Family

» NY Times Book Review: Jeff VanderMeer reviews Dexter Palmer's The Dream of Perpetual Motion

» LA Times: Ed Park's Astral Weeks reviews The Secret History of Science Fiction, highlighting Don DeLillo

» San Francisco Chronicle goes on a sci-fi safari

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews James Lovegrove, Cory Doctorow, George Mann, Jetse De Vries

» Slate, Nathaniel Rich: Mythologist of Our Age:Why Ray Bradbury's stories have seeped into the culture, on the occasion of Everyman Library's The Stories of Ray Bradbury

» Jonathan Strahan interviews Gary K. Wolfe in his first full-length Coode Street podcast

» World Literature Today's special issue on SF guest-edited by Christopher McKitterick features Kij Johnson, George Zebrowski, China Miéville, Frederik Pohl, Lavie Tidhar, and many others; some content online

» Guardian: 'One Book, One Twitter' launches worldwide book club with Neil Gaiman's American Gods

» Gizmodo reprints Amelia Beamer's The Pipe Labyrinth Behind "Lost", about the show's hypertext narrative

» Bookslut's Jessica Ferri examines Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games

» SF reviews China Miéville's Kraken

» 3Questions4 Gregory Benford

» ActuSf interviews John Connolly

» SF Signal interviews Terra L. Gearhart-Serna, first in a series with contributors to Datlow & Windling's The Beastly Bride: Tales of the Animal People

» May Quantum Muse includes stories by Roi Czechvala, Dominic Licorish, Jeromy Henry, and others

» Fantastic Literature's May list is online

» Slate: David Plotz on The Gospel According to Philip

» Dave Langford's Ansible 274

» NY Times: Philip K. Dick's Exegesis to be published, edited by Jonathan Lethem

» New York Review of Books: Margaret Atwood reviews E.O. Wilson's Anthill

» HuffPo's Athena Andreadis reviews Shine

» Beneath Ceaseless Skies has released a Best-of anthology featuring stories by Richard Parks, Aliette de Bodard, and Holly Phillips

» LA Times: Tim Rutten takes a dim view of Philip Pullman's The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ

» Washington Post: Bill Sheehan reviews Stephen King's Blockade Billy

» LA Times' Jacket Copy blog covers a "Writing the Fantastic" panel with Aimee Bender, Victor LaValle, and Lev Grossman, at this past weekend's Festival of Books

» Boing Boing: Cory Doctorow praises SFWA's Grievance Committee

» Giant Bones, a play based on stories by Peter S. Beagle, premieres in San Francisco May 7 to June 19

» Orbit Books to publish digital short fiction

» Futurismic: Clarke Award administrator Tom Hunter on the trouble with shortlists; the winner of this year's Arthur C. Clarke Award will be announced Wednesday

» Ellen Datlow's photos from the KGB reading with Jeffrey Ford and Richard Bowes

» Apex Magazine is serializing Lavie Tidhar's novella "Jesus and the Eightfold Path" this month, with a new chapter each day

» Sion Smith will be posting I, Wendigo, the world's first twitter horror novel, beginning May 1st at

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Duane Swierczynski, Stephen King, Ellen Datlow, Warren Ellis & John Cassaday

» Columnist and editor Carol Pinchefsky is a guest this week on Food Channel's Food Challenge -- to make a four foot tall science fiction scene in sugar

» The Agony Column interviews Ian McEwan

» Among many others, Charles Stross has been stranded by that volcano

» Publishers Weekly: Jeff Howe's One Book, One Twitter project aims to get Twitter fans reading and talking about one book

» Shirley Jackson Awards nominees

» LA Times: Scott Timberg on the enduring appeal of Dune

» The Millions: David Auerback on The Prescient Science Fiction of Thomas M. Disch

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo's Full Steam Ahead covers books by Cherie Priest, Scott Westerfeld, Dexter Palmer, and others

» BSCreview: Hal Duncan's Notes from New Sodom: The Ghost and the Golem, about science fiction

» Summer Concatenation has lots of news, columns, and reviews

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews three horror novels by Seth Grahame-Smith, A.E. Moorat, and Christopher Farnsworth

» LA Times: Dale Bailey reviews Peter Straub's A Dark Matter

» Clarion West is looking for a part-time Executive Director

» Ellen Datlow has photos from World Horror Con/Stoker Awards in Brighton UK; Wales, including Port Portmeirion; and Odysseycon

» Publishers Weekly profiles new SF/fantasy imprints and small presses and profiles Nnedi Okorafor

» The Agony Column interviews Jill Levine, editor of a new series of books by Jorge Luis Borges

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Michael Cobley, Adam Roberts, Gareth L Powell, Keith Brooke

» Sunday NY Times Book Review: Barbara Kingsolver reviews E.O. Wilson's Anthill; today's NYT has a review by Verlyn Klinkenborg

» John Scalzi On How Many Times I Should Get Paid For a Book (By Readers)

» Hal Duncan blogs about writing a musical... which is being staged in Chicago, in June

» Garden State Horror Writers podcasts an interview with Ellen Datlow

» SF reviews Justin Cronin's The Passage, film rights for which have been acquired by Ridley Scott

» SF in SF is hosting a reception showcasing Rudy Rucker's artwork Friday, April 9th, 6-9 p.m.; samples on Rucker's site

» New York Magazine interviews Samuel R. Delany about the stage adaptation of Dhalgren

» Black Gate interviews 11 authors from Darrell Schweitzer's Cthulhu's Reign anthology

» Rick Klaw reviews Steven Amsterdam's Things We Didn't See Coming, a "dystopian novel with heart"

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Dexter Palmer's The Dream of Perpetual Motion, an "extravagantly wondrous and admirable first novel"

» The Agony Column interviews the VanderMeers about literary movements

» Washington Post: Molly Gloss reviews E.O. Wilson's Anthill

» Strange Horizons: John Clute reviews American Fantastic Tales

» Winston-Salem Journal: Steve Wishnevsky reviews This Is Me, Jack Vance!

» Dave Langford's Ansible 273

» Globe & Mail reviews Guy Gavriel Kay's Under Heaven

» April Writing Raw has interviews with Joe Hill, Joe R. Lansdale, Thomas E. Sniegoski, and others

» March Broadsheet has interview with Kelley Armstrong, reviews of Robin McKinley and Vivian Vande Velde, articles by Vylar Kaftan, Richard A. Lovett and others

» Locus Online's April 1st posts are still online: 2010: News Summary of the Year To Date; Google to Digitize Lost Library of Alexandria; Doctorow and Stross to Write Authorized Sequel to Atlas Shrugged; Tachyon Publications Announces First Annual Make-a-Genre Contest

» Amazon's Omnivoracious comments on the Clarke Award shortlist, with quotes from some nominees

» Guardian's Alison Flood also comments

» Rick Klaw reviews Ann & Jeff VanderMeer's The Kosher Guide to Imaginary Animals

» Lit Sutra covers China Miéville's India tour, with a brief excerpt of his new novel Kraken

» Fiction about science: Ian McEwan's Solar reviewed in NY Times, LA Times, San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today; Google News

» Washington Post: Victor LaValle reviews Joe Hill's Horns

» B&N interviews Ann VanderMeer & Evil Monkey about The Kosher Guide to Imaginary Animals; also at B&N, Paul Di Filippo's Small Press Spotlight focuses on Soft Skull Press

» Western State College of Colorado offers an MFA program open to genre fiction; more at Facebook

» Black Gate: Mark Tiedemann reviews Daryl Gregory's The Devil's Alphabet

» Fantastic Literature's April list is online

» News from China: Magazine editor under fire

» First Things: Robert R. Chase's Science Friction, on SF, religion, and scientism

» Finalists for the 2010 Lambda Literary Awards include SF/F/H titles by Ore, Dawn, Thomas, Valente, and Cardamone

» Penguin Canada is auctioning the first copy of Guy Gavriel Kay's Under Heaven off the press, autographed by the author, with proceeds donated to Indigo Books & Music, Inc.'s Love of Reading Fund; bidding closes March 25th

» SF Site's Editors' Choice Best of 2009 are books by Gregory, Wilson, Chadbourn, Miéville, and Erikson

» Washington Post: Barbara Ehrenreich reviews Dan Simmons' Black Hills

» Pyr is celebrating its 5th anniversary with an essay contest

» Omnivoracious: Jeffrey Ford interviews David Herter about new novel October Dark; Herter's blog links excerpts

» B&N: Paul Di Filippo's spotlights Small Press Graywolf

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Peter Straub, Ian Whates, Ken MacLeod, Alastair Reynolds

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Connie Willis' Blackout

» LA Times: Ed Park's Astral Weeks online column reviews Real Unreal: Best American Fantasy, Volume 3

» NY Times Paper Cuts Blog: Living With Music: A Playlist by Michael Moorcock

» Cleveland Plain Dealer reviews Matthew Hughes, Connie Willis, Henry Porter, Kim Stanley Robinson, Elizabeth Bear

» Green Man Review collects Best of 2009 lists from Charles Stross, Elizabeth Bear, Ellen Datlow, Tim Pratt, and others

» Spring-Summer Flurb has fiction by Paul Di Filippo, Rudy Rucker, Kathe Kofa & Carter Scholz, Richard A. Lupoff, others

» Amelia Beamer has begun online serialization of forthcoming novel The Loving Dead

» The Agony Column has recent interviews with Dan Simmons, Jedediah Berry, David Drake, Joe R. Lansdale, Victoria Blake of Underland Press, Joe Hill

» Daily Kos looks at Science Fiction You Should Be Reading

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Dan Simmons, Joe Hill, Michael Shea, Kage Baker

» Amazon's Omnivoracious talks with Maurice Broaddus about anthology Dark Faith

» March Clarkesworld Magazine has fiction by Gord Sellar and Matthew Kressel

» B&N Review: Paul Di Filippo surveys Theodore Sturgeon's Complete Stories; earlier, spotlight on small press Underland

» Rain Taxi's Matthew Cheney interviews James Patrick Kelly and John Kessel about The Secret History of Science Fiction

» March Writing Raw has 7 question interviews with Tad Williams, Chaz Brenchley/Daniel Fox, Catherine Fisher, and K.J. Parker

» Penguin Canada's new Guy Gavriel Kay website highlights his new novel Under Heaven

» Ian R. MacLeod has a new website

» Dave Langford's Ansible 272

» SF Site's Readers' Choice Best SF and Fantasy are by Miéville, Bacigalupi, Abercrombie, Wilson, Priest, McAuley, Roberts, Robinson, VanderMeer, Jordan & Sanderson, Banks, Doctorow, and McAuley; meanwhile, Greg L. Johnson's Best of 2009 includes Robinson, Wilson, McAuley, and others

» American Booksellers Association's Indies Choice Book Awards finalists include titles by Richard Powers, Suzanne Collins, Libba Bray, Scott Westerfeld, Neil Gaiman

» LA Time: Jedediah Berry reviews Joe Hill's Horns

» BSCreview: Hal Duncan's Notes from New Sodom: The Spelunkers of Speculative Fiction

» Guardian's Ten rules for writing fiction collects advice from Neil Gaiman, Margaret Atwood, Michael Moorcock, Will Self, Sarah Waters, and many others

» Christian Science Monitor reviews Dan Simmons' Black Hills

» Michael A. Ventrella has an interview with Norman Spinrad

» Wesleyan University has constructed a labyrinth in honor of Joe and Kit Reed

» SFFMeta compiles and averages online reviews of SF/F/H books

» Fantastic Literature's March list is online

» Black Coat Press lists French SF classics

» The Nation: China Miéville on J.G. Ballard: On Disobedient Rooms

» NY Times: Janet Maslin reviews Joe Hill's Horns

» SF gives Guy Gavriel Kay's Under Heaven a five-star review

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Ali Shaw's The Girl with Glass Feet, a "gorgeous first novel" reminiscent of Mirrlees and Peake

» LA Times Book Prize 2009 finalists include YA titles by Frances Hardinge and Shaun Tan, and a new category for graphic novels

» LA Times: Ed Park's Astral Weeks SF column reviews Lise Haines' YA Girl in the Arena

» Strange Horizons: John Clute reviews Peter Straub's American Fantastic Tales

» Ellen Datlow's photos from KGB February 17th reading with Daryl Gregory and Peter Straub

» LA Times profiles Kim Stanley Robinson

» Denver Post: Dorman T. Shindler reviews Blackout by Connie Willis, the 'heir to Robert Heinlein'

» Washington Post: Sara Sklaroff reviews Kit Whitfield, Matthew Flaming, Cory Doctorow

» Final Internet Review of SF

» New York Times' Gerald Jonas on the passing of William Tenn

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Robert Jackson Bennett's Mr. Shivers; earlier, Maureen Corrigan reviewed Peter Straub's A Dark Matter

» NY Times: Lisa Von Drasek reviews Libba Bray's Going Bovine

» LA Times reviews Catherine Fisher's Incarceron and other titles by Dashner, Knox, and Whitley; earlier, Erik Himmelsbach reviewed Michael Shea's The Extra

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Joe Hill, Lavie Tidhar, and others

» Seattle Times: Nisi Shawl reviews Connie Willis' Blackout; also, SF Chronicle's Louis Peitzman talks with Willis about the novel

» Rick Klaw reviews Robert Jackson Bennett's Mr. Shivers

» BSCreview has Hal Duncan on "The Kerspindle Kerfuffle"

» SciFiDimensions is going on hiatus

» Fantastic Literature's February list is online

» Dave Langford's Ansible 271

» Guardian: M. John Harrison reviews the rediscovered John Wyndham novel Plan for Chaos

» Amazon pulls Macmillan (including Tor) titles

» Paul Haines has made his novella Wives (from Australian anthology X6) available online for Hugo consideration

» Amazon's Omnivoracious contributor Jeff VanderMeer picks his "best of decade" books including titles by Edward Carey, Samuel Delany, M. John Harrison, David Mitchell, Sean Tan, and Edward Whittemore

» Telegraph: Peter Ingham reviews Philip Palmer, Jesse Bullington, Kelley Armstrong, Paul McAuley

» Stargate Universe is hosting a graphic novel contest

» Fantasy Book Critic is hosting a book giveaway of titles by Matthew Hughes and others

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Patti Smith

» Paul Di Filippo reviews Kim Stanley Robinson's Galileo's Dream

» Awards News: Aurealis Awards winners include Andrew McGahan, Trudi Canavan, Jonathan Strahan, Greg Egan, Scott Westerfeld

» SF Chronicle: Michael Berry reviews Peter Straub, Steven Amsterdam, Barbara Roden

» LA Times: Jeff VanderMeer reviews Thomas Mullen's The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers; also, Scott Timberg's The Writer's Life addresses Philip K. Dick: A 'plastic' paradox

» Ellen Datlow has posted photos from the KGB January 20th reading with David Anthony Durham and Lev Grossman

» The New Yorker profiles Neil Gaiman's fantasies

» John Joseph Adams' podcast The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy is up to issue #3

» Washington Post: Elizabeth Hand reviews Melanie Benjamin's Alice I Have Been

» BSCReview interviews Charlie Huston

» World SF News Blog needs your help

» Strange Horizons: John Clute's column Scores covers Kim Stanley Robinson and others

» Winter Goblin Fruit, guest-edited by Mike Allen, includes video files of readings by several poet contributors

» Black Gate has new reviews of Robert Low, Douglas Clegg, A. Merritt, and others

» Ellen Datlow has posted photos from the Lovecraft Unbound reading

» The Atlantic: Christopher Hitchens on The haunting science fiction of J.G. Ballard

» Guardian interviews Jonathan Lethem

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Shearman, Barnett, Bennett, and Constantine

» The Agony Column interviews S.T. Joshi

» Hal Duncan's column Notes from New Sodom: The Scourge of Sci-Fi

» Omnivoracious: Graham Sleight interviews Farah Mendlesohn on Joanna Russ

» Rick Klaw surveys the New Weird movement

» Fantastic Literature's January list is online

» Dave Langford's Ansible 270, plus a long supplement, Remembering Rob Holdstock 1948-2009

» January SF Site has reviews of Shiner, Braziel, Banks, Brooks, and others, plus its annual readers' choice poll

» January Clarkesworld has fiction by Peter Watts and Megan Arkenberg, nonfiction on Lucius Shepard and video games, and a 2009 reader's poll and contest

» Fantasy Magazine is also running a 2009 poll and contest

» Strange Horizons has 2009 in Review summaries from Paul Graham Raven, Karen Burnham, Farah Mendlesohn, Paul Kincaid, Adam Roberts, Abigail Nussbaum, and many others

» Boston's The Edge has a list of 2009 Books not to overlook, including titles by VanderMeer, Van Gelder, Brockmeier, Zebrowski, Skillingstead, Resnick, and Moffett

» ICON Magazine Online: Bruce Sterling's The Hypersurface of this Decade

» Washington Times reviews Philip José Farmer and Win Scott Eckert's The Evil in Pemberley House

» LA Times: Carolyn Kellegg reviews Alan DeNiro's Total Oblivion, More or Less

» NPR: Rick Kleffel talks with Margaret Atwood about science and religion

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