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Archive for August, 2014

Blinks: reviews of VanderMeer, Joyce, Watts, and others; Scientists’ favorites; Slusser interview; Loncon3 photos; events

» Entertainment Weekly gives VanderMeer’s Acceptance an A-; also (though apparently not online) David Mitchell’s The Bone Clocks gets an A and Randall Munroe’s What If? an A » B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Graham Joyce’s The Ghost in the Electric Blue Suit » Washington Post: Nancy Hightower reviews Peter Watts, John Scalzi, Ron Duncan […]

Blinks: VanderMeer, Pratchett

» LA Times: Jeff VanderMeer: Sci-fi and fantasy authors reveal truths in the strangest fiction » NY Times Book Review: Terry Pratchett: By the Book

Blinks: UCR’s Eaton collection; conferences in Warwick and Grand Rapids; Bond on Grossman; Mythic Delirium; Dark Delicacies events

» Nalo Hopkinson expresses concern about the future of University of California, Riverside’s Eaton Science Fiction Collection » University of Warwick (UK) is hosting a 3-day conference, 21-23 August, the first day about M. John Harrison, the second and third about SF/F Now » The Center for Future Consciousness in Grand Rapids, MI, is hosting […]

Blinks: Wolfe interviewed, Garner and Harkaway reviewed

» MIT Technology Review interviews Gene Wolfe » NY Times: Dwight Garner reviews David Shafer’s Whiskey Tango Foxtrot — “elements of DeLillo, Pynchon, Dick, Kunzru, Stephenson…” » B&N: Paul Di Filippo reviews Nick Harkaway’s Tigerman

Blinks: Ansible; reviews of Anderson, Gibson, Grossman

» David Langford’s Ansible 325 » Wall Street Journal: Tom Shippey remembers Poul Anderson’s “A Bicycle Built for Brew” » Guardian: Ed Cumming remembers William Gibson’s Neuromancer, 30 years old this month » NY Times Book Review: Edan Lepucki reviews Lev Grossman’s The Magician’s Land — “the strongest book in Grossman’s series”


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