Meet her at the linkpost parade September 11, 2015
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Tags: aliette de bodard, amal el-mohtar, athena andreadis, british folklore and mythology, cindy pon, ghostwords, indigenous australia, kate elliott, leticia lara, mahvesh murad, no award, serpentine, sophia mcdougall, sorcerer to the crown, space hostages, tade thompson, the toast, those who run with wolves, zen cho
The linkpost is early this week, as I’m going to be absolutely flat out all afternoon, and then away on various workshops and conferences. Oh, the glamorous librarian life!
I’ll start with a few reviews and posts about books I loved, or books I’m very much looking forward to reading:
A joint review of Space Hostages by Sophia McDougall, at Booksmugglers.
Amal El-Mohtar reviews Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho.
Zen Cho chats with Mahvesh Murad about the book.
She talks more about the book here.
Cindy Pon talks about her new book, Serpentine.
SFF in Conversation is one of my favourite columns at Booksmugglers. In it, various groups of writers sit down to discuss topics that are important to them. The most recent features Aliette de Bodard, Zen Cho, Kate Elliott, Cindy Pon, and Tade Thompson, and I highly recommend it.
This is the first part of a BBC radio programme about British folklore, monsters, and the landscape.
The reviews continue to pour in a Those Who Run With Wolves. Recent reviewers have been Leticia Lara, Athena Andreadis, and Aliette de Bodard.
Ghostwords has returned with a vengeance! The latest post sports a cornucopia of links, leading the reader off on an internet treasure hunt.
I very much appreciated this post on No Award about Indigenous (and other) seasonal calendars.
In case you missed it, I reviewed Karen Memory by Elizabeth Bear, The House of Shattered Wings by Aliette de Bodard, and The Girls at the Kingfisher Club by Genevieve Valentine. I loved them all.
Men Wearing A Military Helmet and Nothing Else in Western Art History: The Toast is a gift.
I hope your weekends are filled with as much fun stuff and opportunities for learning as mine will be.