Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist was not impressed by David Bilsborough’s debut fantasy novel, . The Wanderer’s Tale
City Paper reviews the new all-original anthology , edited by Gardner Dozois and Jonathan Strahan. The New Space Opera
Another review of the Dozois-Strahan New Space Opera comes from Locus’s Gary K. Wolfe.
YourHub (which seems to be an official organ of the libraries of a region of Colorado) reviews Nevil Shute’s post-apocalyptic classic . On the Beach
Skull Ring reviews the Stephen Jones-edited anthology , which has…a mammoth number of stories about Dracula, silly! The Mammoth Book of Dracula
The Charlatan (proudly proclaiming itself to be “Carleton’s Independent Newspaper – since 1945”) reviews Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning downer of an Oprah pick, . The Road
Farah Mendelsohn has
a short review of Margaret Simpson’s Young Adult novel Strange Orbit.
Sacbee profiles veterinarian Jim Czajkowski, who writes thrillers as James Rollins and fantasy novels as James Clemens.
SciFi Wire interviews Patrick Rothfuss, whose debut fantasy novel is a nominee for the Quill Awards. (Never heard of the Quill Awards? Oy… The Name of the Wind don’t get me started…)
GalleyCat talks to my buddy John Klima about his anthology Logorrhea, in which all of the stories were inspired by winning words in the national spelling bee.