Did you know that you can nominate and vote for the winners of the Hugo Award? You can!
And while you’re at it, please vote for Fantasy Literature at the Preditors & Editors Poll for Best Review Site. Thank you!
Tor collected some of the best of the short fiction published on their website this year and collected them into one free DRM-free ebook.
Maurice Sendak’s last interview with Terry Gross on Fresh Air, animated. Make sure you have tissues available.
io9 just names their links so well I don’t even need to talk about them: http://io9.com/5972411/10-book-series-so-addictive-you-never-want-them-to-end
and http://io9.com/5973778/the-ultimate-guide-to-2013s-science-fiction-and-fantasy-tv and can I just bounce up and down a bit and squee over S.H.I.E.L.D.? And more Doctor Who! And Stephen King’s Under the Dome is getting turned into a TV series, and SyFy is airing Continuum and I might just have to get cable again.
and finally http://io9.com/5973120/jk-rowling-may-+-may-+-be-writing-a-doctor-who-story and I’m pretty sure I just heard all the fangirls’ heads explode from the crossover squeeing causing a breach in the space time continuum.
Tor/Forge is giving away a Memory of Light backpack stuffed full of goodies. Check out the details here.
You may wonder how a two-dimensional drawing could possibly be a threat. Here’s the answer: Wild Chalklings scurry across the ground like scorpions or land piranhas, and bite chunks out of your feet. At which point you fall to the ground and they swarm you. Enough said.
The Rithmatist is about a 14-year-old kid named Joel who wants desperately to be a Rithmatist. But he wasn’t Chosen, so he doesn’t have the ability to bring chalklings or Rithmatic lines to life. All he can do is watch as The Rithmatist students at Armedius Academy learn the mystical art that he would give anything to practice. Then Rithmatist students start disappearing, kidnapped from their rooms at night, leaving only trails of blood. Joel’s professor asks him to help investigate—putting Joel and his friend Melody on the trail of a discovery that could change Rithmatics—and their world—forever….
Okay, people, so what have you seen around the internet in the last week?