- Hour of the Wolf interviews Ellen Datlow (podcast).
- Outer Alliance Spotlight: Brandon Bell.
- Locus interviews Brian Evenson.
- Jason Henninger interviews Gail Carriger.
- John Scalzi’s The Big Idea: David J. Williams.
- Police: Missing Zephyrhills comic writer is victim of homicide.
- Wanted: list of any sf+f stories set in Tokyo.
Del Toro Steps Down as The Hobbit Director.
- Lawrence Person has posted pictures from Neal Barrett, Jr.’s
Author Emeritus Party.
- Now posted: Notes from Coode Street Episode 4 with Johnathan
Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe
- Jim C. Hines on You Owe Me Nothing.
- Alisa Krasnostein on Your Author Bio is your Business Card.
- Odyssey Workshop on Director’s Corner: Active Versus Reactive Characters.
- Dan Nosowitz on Apple Makes It Easier for Self-Published Authors to Sell E-Books in the iBookstore.
- SF Cover Remodel: New Worlds #223.
- Interfacelab on Is This Really The Future of Magazines or Why Didn’t They Just Use HTML 5?
- Jackie Kessler & Caitlin Kittredge on Collaboration.
- Sherwood Smith on Writers on Writing, and Inspiration.
- Mike Brotherton on “Where Do You Get Your Ideas?”
- Lou Anders on Further Thoughts on eReader apps for the iPad.
- Juliette Wade on Putting your self into your voice and A breadth of critique.
- Janice Hardy on I Have An Idea! Now What?
Gibson’s science fiction book recommendations in NY Magazine. [via
- David Daw on A
brief history of alternate history fiction.
- Jo Walton on an
alphabetical survey of where to start reading with different authors – G.
- Dan Abnett: Of
the teaser, and Pulse, and other matters.
from Sam Ludnwall on optimistic SF from c. 1971. [Thanks, Valentin!]