- Yeti Stomper interviews Paul S. Kemp.
- The World SF News Blog has A Round Table on Australian SF with Gillian Polack, Simon Brown, Yaritji Green and Tessa Kum.
- Book Banter Podcast interviews Jeff VanderMeer.
- The Science Of Fiction interviews Maggie Jamison, Apex Submissions Editor.
- Tor.com interviews Innsmouth Free Press.
- Diabolical Plots interviews Nancy Fulda.
- Aqueduct Press has
2009 retrospectives by Nancy Jane Moore, Kristin King, Nisi Shawl,
Rachel Swirsky, Cynthia Ward, Therese Littleton, Cheryl Morgan, Jeffrey
Ford, and Lisa Tuttle.[via Locus Online]
- Bibliophile Stalker interviews Lee Harris of Hub Magazine and Angry Robot Books.
- Tor signs Bill Willingham to Starscape Imprint who will debut with a new
original fantasy novel for young readers. [via Press Release]
- Cast your vote for StarShipSofa’s 2010 Sofanaut Awards!
- In-World War is described by
the filmmakers as “a smart and offbeat indie sci-fi feature, [which] tells the
futuristic story of a debt-ridden and depressed beta tester trapped in a buggy
virtual reality simulation of the ‘war on terror’.”
- Underland Press Sale.
- Golden Gryphon 2-for-1 Sale.
- Jim C. Hines on Are Booksignings Worth It?
- Jeff VanderMeer on Choosing Your Platforms and Protecting Your Private Booklife.
- Rachelle Gardner on Where the Money Comes From.
- Janice Hardy on The March Toward Publication (or What Happens Next, Part Two).
- John Joseph Adams on The Secret of My Success–Revealed!
- Mark C Newton on Thoughts on 2009.
- Randy Susan Meyers on Books on Writing.
- Gerry Canavan on Avatar and the War of Genres.
- Win Scott Eckert on Amazon fails again–and contributors to anthologies get punished.