- La Gringa speed dates — and I spit tea on my keyboard.
- It’s Wizard of the Crow week at the LBC. Yes, I’ve been swamped and haven’t made it over there to post yet, but I will. And you should head over anyway, because this is a fabulous book.
- Ed Park writes a wonderful review of PKD’s Voices From the Street, the last of his mainstream novels to be published.
- Maureen McHugh on language and how she writes, springing off the remarkable "In My Own Language" video.
- Gavin posts the Interfictions TOC and the oohlala pretty pretty cover. Looks like one of the anthologies of the year.
- Go nom your favorite 2006 coming of age books for Colleen’s new You Should Read This awards; I’m still mulling. Coming of age is one of those phantom shadows I see everywhere so I have to winnow.
- Check out the new issue of Lone Star Stories, with work from the one and only Gavin J. Grant, Jenn Reese, Sonya Taafe and Nina Kiriki Hoffman, to name a few.
- Strange Horizons has a fab interview with Steve Berman, whose new young adult novel Vintage Holly Black recommended recently.
- Joe Hill is blogging this week at Powell’s. (Via Colleen.)
- SLJ profiles some stellar children’s litblogs, with almost all my favorites making the list. (Me do not like the term "kidlit.")
3 thoughts on “Monday Hangovers”
The Strange Horizons interview w/ Berman is really cool. I second that call out!
That “In My Own Language” video is remarkable. Thank you for the link. Wow.
Thanks for the mention 🙂
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