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SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-10-08

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  • Book Riot is giving away 5 Dothraki Language Courses [via Paul Di Filippo]
  • The Museum of Science Fiction, the world’s first comprehensive science fiction museum, is hosting a film festival in partnership with the DC Public Library to raise child literacy and inspire a new generation of dreamers. The event will be held at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library at 901 G St. NW in Washington, DC on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at 6:00pm. Reserve seating now.
  • The Schenectady County, NY Historical Society is putting on a science fiction exhibit showing the area’s contributions to the genre, featuring Barry B. Longyear, author of Enemy Mine and It Came From Schenectady, Saturday, February 14, 2015 at 2:00pm at the Mabee Farm Historic Site at 1100 Main St. Rotterdam Junction, NY.

Crowd Funding

  • MADHOUSE – an illustrated shared world psychological horror anthology from the publisher of World War Cthulhu. A pledge of as little as a dollar gets you a digital copy.
  • Pulp Literature Year 2 – The best new source for short fiction in glorious print and gorgeous ebook.



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1 Comment on SF/F/H Link Post for 2014-10-08

  1. Re: Hardcovers And Paperbacks Are Outselling Ebooks(in ‘News’ above)

    This chimes with the book trade news given seasonally (spring, summer, autumn)
    on SF2 Concatenation.

    For example, paperbooks are not due to be overtaken by e-books for another couple
    of years at current trends

    But the current trends themselves are changing and e-book growth is slowing

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