Secret Architectures: A Conversation With David Mitchell
Nazalee Raja speaks with with David Mitchell at his home
in West Cork, Ireland about the secret architectures behind his ground-breaking
fiction and his forthcoming novel, 'Black Swan Green'.
Being Smart: An interview with Lou Anders
Rick Kleffel speaks with the editor of Live Without a Net and the new editor at the helm of SF Imprint Pyr Books.
Prizing the Derivatives: The Pastiche Perfected
Wherein I discover the joys of derivative fiction via Matt
Hughes, John Scalzi, Michael Chabon, John Pelan, Neil Gaiman, Rhys Hughes,
Ramsey Campbell and all the shoulders upon which they stand.
Mad: But Buy 'The Family Trade' and 'The Hidden Family' Anyway.
A Reader's Dilemma. A bit of a rant, I guess. I'm going to
go buy a book to make myself feel better. You should too, buy a couple
of Peter Watts and a couple of Charles Stross books. Then send email.
Atlanta Nights: "Think
of What they'll Do To You"
Science fiction writers hoax an Internet
publisher that preys on novice authors. Mainstream publishers reject
modern classics. Very bad fiction by very good writers offers a glimpse at
the state of the prey.
by Ten: Five Ten-Best Lists From 2004
I doubt you'll find a more peculiar collection of titles
than this. From Thomas Hardy to Tom Perotta, and that's only one list!
A stellar cast of reviewers and writers.