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And, no, I’m still not caught up on e-mail, but I’m going to try and answer five a day this week and catch up completely once my first packet of the new semester’s in next Sunday. Intentions and all that. Apologies if I’ve been very, very rude and late in responding to your messages.
As promised, I collected
all the Always Week links in one handy post; go see if you missed anything. Wednesday will be Justine’s favorite day ever on the Interweb, as the Children’s Litblog-O-Sphere World Domination Campaign rolls on
with its first One Shot World Tour, the "Best Read With Vegemite" Installment. I’ll be putting up some fun stuff here, including a post about the Sassy book, which is relevant because it all started with the Aussies. Full schedule at that link. I heart
the land of the two-nosed dogs. This so makes me want to go on a nonfiction, weird travel book reading binge. The Endicott Studio blog is always making my jaw drop. Midori and Terri, between them, know about Every Amazing Thing In The World Entire.
This post about Andrea Dezsö’s art is a perfect example.
Performance enhancing drugs for writers? I thought that caffeine had it covered…
The Congo’s Children’s Parliament in the WashPost.
Does wiretapping in the movies make us less upset about it in real life? Damn you, Keifer Sutherland.
Matt Cheney realizes that Karen Joy Fowler secretly runs the world. And that’s a good thing. (Um, actually he writes a thoughtful essay about how stories like her "The Faithful Companion at Forty" kept SF interesting.)
Another Gibson interview. And another.