Monthly Archives: September 2007
Jeff Vandermeer’s Ecstatic Days has a link to this essay by Stephen King on the American short story and his perception that it is largely being read by writers and contributors. Perhaps the short story is not as visible as … Continue reading
Farah hasÂ a review of the new StephenÂ Baxter children’s sf novel, the H-Bomb Girl, over on her blog which she largely really likes. Though my own interest in children’s fantasy, I think I’ll give it a go.
Those sorted folk over at HisDarkMaterials.org have linked to a Yahoo movie about the making of the daemons in the forthcoming film. They do look interesting and well done but I reserve judgement until seeing the entire film. The Guardian … Continue reading
Tachyon are publishing Jeff and Ann Vandermeer’s anthology on the New Weird in February 2008. SF Scope’s publication details don’t fill me with much hope. The interviews and authors who I’ve spoken with have all mentioned literary ancestor’s such as … Continue reading
The Heinlein Archives have gone online now. From the website: “The Heinlein Archives presents digital copies of the entire collections of Robert A. and Virginia Heinlein in downloadable form for research and academic purposes. Heinleinâ€™s OPUS manuscripts is the first … Continue reading