New to the blog? A short definition of speculative fiction:Speculative fiction is an umbrella term that covers spectacular and imaginative fiction such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, urban fantasy, paranormal, slipstream, superheroes, alternate history, post-apocalyptic, and apocalyptic.
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A semi-current list of what I’m reading:
The Demi-Monde: Winter - Rod Rees
Empire State - Adam Christopher
Forgiven - Jana Oliver
Miscellaneous short stories and novellas
Tag Archives: reading list
New-to-me articles, blog posts and interesting reading from the publishing, writing, and general geekery blogsophere, February 2012 edition. Continue reading
I have a friend (Angel Lawson) who has published her first novel, Wraith, which is available for the Kindle over at Amazon. Paperback options are forthcoming. I’m ridiculously excited for her and want to support her in this. Continue reading
I’ve been reading ’round the writing/publishing/geekery blogosphere again. Here are a few new-to-me bits I found interesting enough to share. November 2011 edition. Continue reading
It’s the end of October, and I’ve been reading all around the blogosphere on topics concerning advice for writers, publishing and SF/F politics, genre art, and general geekery. Continue reading
July 2011 releases that have caught my eye and piqued my curiosity. Continue reading
Winners of the Golden Duck Awards for excellence in children’s science fiction literature were recently announced. Picture Book Award: Oh No! (Or How My Science Project Destroyed the World) by Mac Barnett (author) & Dan Santat (artist) (Hyperion) Middle Grades (Eleanor … Continue reading
In recent speculative fiction news, the British Science Fiction Association announced it’s award winners at Eastercon/Illustrious (with thanks to Science Fiction Award Watch, where I found this information): Novel: The Dervish House, Ian McDonald (Gollancz) Short Fiction: – “The Shipmaker,” Aliette … Continue reading
If you’re interested in such things, the Libertarian Futurist Society has announced the 2011 finalists for the Prometheus Award. Continue reading