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Archive for January, 2012

Blinks: Gibson, The Edge, Marcus, Mexican SF, Ellison

» Salon: William Gibson: I really can’t predict the future » Edge.com’s annual question, What is Your Favorite Deep, Elegant, or Beautiful Explanation?, has 192 responses including those from Gregory Benford, Rudy Rucker, Bart Kosko, PZ Myers, Brian Eno, Freeman Dyson, and many, many others &#0187: NY Times Book Review: J. Robert Lennon reviews Ben […]

Blinks: Gibson, LJ, Beckett, Marcus, Hand, Nicholls

» NY Times Book Review: Pagan Kennedy reviews William Gibson’s Distrust That Particular Flavor (front page review) » Library Journal’s Science Fiction/Fantasy Reviews, January 2012 gives stars to titles by Saladin Ahmed, John R. Fultz, and Paula Guran » Guardian: Stuart Kelly reviews Chris Beckett’s Dark Eden » Salon interviews Ben Marcus, author of The […]

Blinks: Asimov’s SF readers’ awards ballot; reviews of Gibson, Boudinot

» Asimov’s SF’s Readers’ Awards Ballot is online until February 1st » B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews William Gibson’s Distrust That Particular Flavor; earlier, Di Filippo reviews Boudinot’s Blueprints of the Afterlife

Blinks: Reviews, Epic, Hand, Hughes

» Guardian: Eric Brown reviews Alastair Reynolds, Paul McAuley, Ian Whates, Will Elliott » LA Times: Susan Carpenter reviews Beth Revis’ A Million Suns » Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews Maureen F. McHugh’s After the Apocalypse » John Joseph Adams is soliciting recommendations for new anthology Epic » Publishers Weekly profiles Elizabeth Hand (subscriber only) […]

Blinks: Ansible

» Dave Langford’s Ansible 294

Blinks: January Author Events

» January Author Events include Adam Christopher, Rudy Rucker, Whitley Strieber, Jo Walton, James Patrick Kelly, Kelly Link, and others; see Complete list for details

Blinks: January Conventions

January conventions are Chattacon, Chattanooga TN (20-22), Epic Confusion, Troy MI (20-22), and COSine, Colorado Springs (27-29)

Blinks: Dirda on Tibbetts, Taylor on King

» Washington Post: Michael Dirda reviews John C. Tibbetts’ The Gothic Imagination » The Nation: Charles Taylor’s You Can’t Always Get What You Want: On Stephen King, considering 11/22/63‘s approach to history


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