- Anybody know anything about these Scott Lynch books? I’m intrigued, but can’t tell if they’re my sort of thing.
- E Lockhart’s newest, Fly on the Wall, which is on my TBR list, gets a rave review from John Green (whose amazing An Abundance of Katherines I’ll say more on shortly and who’s lucky he recently rescinded some things he’s said about Kentucky).
- Bookdwarf recommends Hilary Mantel’s Beyond Black.
- Bob Barker conspiracies at Ed’s, apropos of a certain conversation over the weekend.
- Pictures of a raccoon lugging her baby around by the scruff of the neck. So cute. See explanation at Reb Livingston’s Home-Schooled by a Cackling Jackal.
- Lauren has an interview with a woman who met her husband at Match.com, in conjunction with her new short story on Salon.
- Color me jealous of Literaticat, who has a copy of David Levithan’s Wide Awake and is talking all about it. Holly mentioned it to me over the weekend and I now want to read it desperately. Something to look forward to. (And the very existence of which makes me far less nervous about the politics in Aztec Dance Tunes.)
- The Written Nerd rounds up some articles and discussion of the state of indie bookselling.
- The Spring 2006 issue of the Journal of Mythic Arts is up and out, featuring a new Alan DeNiro short story "Meet the Elms" and a new Karen Joy Fowler story "Familiar Birds." Not to mention essays by Hal Duncan, Jane Yolen and Terri Windling. In other words, what are you still doing here? Don’t forget to admire the loveliness of the site design.
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Thanks for the shout out Gwenda! I just wanted to point out that our Spring 06 Issue also has a gorgeous poem by Marisa de los Santos (“Wiglaf”) which I thought you might like as you enjoyed her novel. She’s every bit as brilliant a poet.
Oh, I missed that: yay!
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