- The Washington Post has an AP story about Kevin J. Anderson completing the sequel to A.E. van Vogt’s Slan (which I admit to never having heard of — sue me).
- Kassia meditates on categorization by genre and why it can be hard to get readers to dip into unfamiliar ones, leaping off the Always discussion and a recent post by Pam Jenoff.
- Gavin puts up a post announcing (and with pre-ordering details for) two new collections from Small Beer next year from John Kessel and Ben Rosenbaum collectively. Yay, I say, yay.
- Kameron Hurley has some thoughts on avoiding the Mary Sue.
- An interview with William Gibson: "I realized that all watches are jewelry now. That characteristic gesture people make when they check their wristwatches — that will be gone soon. Today, [the dominant technological-human gesture] is people holding their cellphone to their heads, talking. It looks kind of like grief." Except for when Christopher sends me pictures of the cat.
- Meghan re-hearts The Craft. Me too.
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Finally a quote that justifies my desire for an outrageously expensive watch (Cartier Tank Francaise, Alligator Strap; preferably the one I fogged the window drooling over in Paris last fall). It’s jewelry, after all… XO LC
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