Friday Links Roundup - 2/6/15

2/06/2015 01:00:00 PM Unknown 1 Comments


Welcome to the Friday Links Roundup for February 6, 2015. I did a theatrical performance about puns. Really it was just a play on words.

Locus Magazine did a spotlight on David Pomerico, who I had the pleasure of meeting at NYCC. He's one of the Impulse editors and a really neat guy, and the interview's a great look at where he thinks SF/F is headed. Plus my friend Sarah Remy's book Stonehill Downs gets name-dropped. Check it!

Speaking of other Impulse authors! Bishop O'Connell, whom I regard as my best frenemy, was interviewed by SFF World, and that interview is pretty great.

And to complete the trifecta of things my fellow Impulse authors are up to, my buddy Katherine Harbour will be hanging out on Twitter this afternoon answering questions about folklore and fairy tales (fitting, that's what her book Thorn Jack is about!). Use the hashtag #SciFiChat to get in on the conversation. I'll try to remember to be there, too!

I am sure it is shocking—SHOCKING—that the founder of the MRA movement is an abusive and deadbeat dad! Go step barefoot on 10,000 Legos, Paul Elam.

Get that horrible taste out of your mouth now with a wonderful interview with Kelly Sue DeConnick (I will not apologize for my love of this writer, nor will I stop linking to her things in my roundups). Comics and Human Rights.

Draw Your Own Nebula! Warning: this WILL suck up all of your free time. But it's so neat, sooooo...

Favorite Slightly Spoilery Line of the Week: Guy gave her an aggrieved look. “I’m sorry, who was it that punched Jeremy?”

Song of the Week:


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1 comment:

  1. It's great to get to bask in the glow of the Lexieverse! I hope everyone checks out the cool links here. Thanks for sharing!

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Please keep it PG. My mom reads this blog.