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A collaborative blog by Locus editors, contributors, and other invited guests. The opinions expressed here are solely those of the authors, and do not reflect the editorial position of Locus Magazine or Locus Online.

(Earlier posts end here in April 2010)

 




 


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Alvaro Zinos-Amaro

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Archive for April, 2013

Five Golden Things — Seanan McGuire

The Five Best… …genre stories about creepy telepathic kids. Everybody loves a mind-reader, right? The telepath or mentalist has been a part of the genre landscape since the days of vaudeville and traveling carnival sideshows, where “mind-readers” trained in observation would use shills and accomplices to wow the crowd with amazing displays of their supposed […]

Small Blue Planet – Ep 04, France

Our guests this month: Mélanie Fazi is a long-time fan of fantasy, horror and SF as well as a writer and translator. Although her published books include two novels and two collections of stories, she’s mostly a writer of short fiction. Some of her stories were translated in English and appeared notably in The Magazine […]

Five Golden Things – Jim C. Hines

Five Books/Series That Should Totally Be Adapted With Puppets Many of us, fans and authors alike, play the dream casting game where we imagine who should star in film or television adaptations of our favorite books. But not all stories were meant for live-action, or even animation. Some stories require the warmth, creativity, and downright […]

Chris Barzak, Jedediah Berry, and Genevieve Valentine In Conversation

At ICFA this past March we were lucky enough to have three recent Crawford award winners attending the conference: Chris Barzak, Jed Berry, and Genevieve Valentine. (Acutally, there were five winners at the conference that weekend, one of whom was one of our guests of honor, Kij Johnson.) I was lucky enough to catch the […]

Roundtable on Unreliable Narrators

Karen Burnham Unreliable narrators. Why use them? Is it playing fair with the reader? What stories do it best? Who will mention Gene Wolfe first? (Ah, I guess that’d be me.) Who else uses them effectively? As always, this discussion is broken up into multiple pages for ease of reading. If you’d like to read […]

Five Golden Things – Cat Rambo

Five Animal Stories that Manage Not to Be Twee Animal stories have a certain quality that really lets writers play with emotions. There’s a reason White Fang and Black Beauty are classics. And plenty of speculative fiction writers have advantaged themselves of the approach. And OMG sometimes the twee factor runs far too high in […]


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