Interviews & Profiles
- Emma Newman interviews Mur Lafferty.
- My Bookish Ways interviews Gail Z. Martin.
- The Qwillery interviews Emmi Itäranta.
- The League of Extraordinary Writers interviews Elizabeth Richards.
- WSJ interviews Neil Gaiman.
- Redditors interview interviews Michael R. Underwood.
- Comic Vine interviews Tony Lee.
- NPR’s To the Best of Our Knowledge focuses in Weird Fiction by posting interviews with Jeff Vandermeer, Ursula K. Le Guin, Dean Lockwood, Neil Gaiman, Rebecca Goldstein, and Lawrence Krauss.
- 2014 Seiun Award Nominees.
- 2014 Mythopoeic Awards Finalists.
- Harper Voyager Expands Digital-First Publishing.
- New from Infinity Plus: Rites of Passage by Eric Brown and Fish Eats Lion by Jason Erik Lundberg.
- Now avilable: Conrad’s Last Campaign: Book Eight in the Adventures of Conrad Stargard by Leo Frankowski, Rodger Olsen and Chris Ciulla.
- LeVar Burton Rounds Up Star Trek Costars for Reading Rainbow.
- Jaime Lee Moyer on When in doubt, call in a woman.
- Salon.com on From Stephen King to Slenderman: Why the horror genre is particularly horrible for women. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Marie Brennan on 5 Underused Mythological Creatures.
- Annalee Newitz says Science in Fantasy Novels Is More Accurate Than in Science Fiction.
- BBC News on The lasting allure of the flying saucer. [via Paul Di Filippo]
- Margaret L. Carter on Protagonist Bait and Switch.
- Jessica Valenti on Why do women love The Walking Dead? It might be the lack of rape scenes.
- M.R. Carey asks When will People Realize that Genre Fiction can be Just as Great as Literary Fiction?
- Thomas Parker In Praise of Paperbacks.
- Whatever on The Big Idea: Daniel H. Wilson.
- Nicholas Barber asks Out of this world: are space operas making a comeback?
- George Dvorsky asks Is It Time to Give Up on the Singularity?
- Patrick Hester on There’s a Clone in the Kitchen.
- Marty Halpern on Editing in Process…The Very Best of Kate Elliott.
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