Monday, July 19, 2010

Link Round-Up: July 19, 2010

Interview: Functional Nerds interview Hugo winner Mike Resnick.

Interview: Geek Syndicate interviews Karen Miller, author of The Reluctant Mage.

Interview: Notes from Coode Street speaks with Gary K. Wolfe.

Interview: Suvudu On Air interviews Scott Sigler, author of Ancestor. [Podcast]

Interview: Ted Chiang talks about the future of publishing at ReaderCon.

Review: The Great Geek Manual plugs Ripley's Believe It or Not: Enter if You Dare.

The BBC warns that Traditional books ‘may not survive electronic age.’

Book View Cafe rants about Ten Things I Don’t Want to Read About.

Janice Hardy offers writing advice on Being Trendy.

Mary Robinette Kowal explains her theory on the appeal of Steampunk as a writer.

Mike Brotherton on Summing Up Stars, and Moving on to Galaxies

One ReaderCon Panel discusses "The New And Improved Future of Magazines."

Slate discusses the quiet hell of 10 years of novel writing.

Tansyrr contemplates Court Fantasy.

Writers Digest shares The Best and Worst of Writing Advice.

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