Just as I would urge you to subscribe to F&SF, Asimov’s, Interzone or any of the fiction magazines, I’d urge you to subscribe to Locus. I’ve worked on it for a while and read it for a lot longer and think it’s a worthwhile magazine. Mark has just fixed the online subscription form, so it’s [...]
Monthly Archives: October 2004
There’s an article about Anne Rice’s response to Amazon.com reader’s reviews over at the New York Times. In the piece she re-iterates her comments about editors and editing, saying “People who find fault and problems with my books tend to say, ‘She needs an editor,’ When a person writes with such care and goes over [...]
William Gibson started blogging back in 2003 to help promote his novel Pattern Recognition. At the end of the publicity tour, faced with beginning work on his next novel, he wrote that he was taking a hiatus from blogging while he was writing the new book. Locus Online reports that yesterday he started blogging again. [...]
Today is Princess Sophie’s birthday. She is three. Hip hip hooray, oh frabjous day!! Last night was spent assembling things, as parents do, in preparation for the big day. She was fast asleep when I left for work this morning, but hopefully she’s going to have the best birthday ever (till next time)!
The ABC has posted the transcript of the first half of “In Realms of Gold”, a documentary about Shirley de la Hunty.