WWW: November 9, 2011

Hope this Wednesday finds you all well, and my links keep you from doing any work. In the coming weeks, if you find something interesting you think everyone should read, drop me a line via the contact form and let me know, or just post it below. Let’s get started:

fantasy book reviews science fiction book reviews1) Illustrations from A DANCE WITH DRAGONS by George R.R. Martin: Aidan over at A Dribble of Ink always finds the most beautiful artwork to share.

2) China Miéville Talks about Scholarly Genre Fiction: Pat’s Fantasy Hotlist compiled this post very nicely for Miéville fans

3) John Joseph Adams Buys Lightspeed and Fantasy Magazines: Adams is an incredible editor. These magazines could not be in better hands.

4) Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet Unveiled: I will be buying one of the new tablet e-readers, I just haven’t decided which one. I’m still leaning towards the Kindle Fire, but I may wait a few weeks after release to see what people say.

5) National Novel Writing Month has begun: Want to write a novel? This is the month to do it! At Suvudu, Shawn Speakman talks about why he loves NaNoWriMo. Have any of you ever tried NaNoWriMo?

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JUSTIN BLAZIER (on FanLit's staff September 2009 – September 2012) Like many fantasy enthusiasts, Justin cut his teeth on Tolkien. Due to lack of space, his small public library would often give him their donated SFF books. Justin lives in a small home near the river with his wife, their baby daughter, and Norman, a mildly smelly dog. He doesn't have much time for reviewing anymore, but he still shows up here occasionally to let us know how he feels about stuff.

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  1. I’ve done Nanowrimo and I’m participating this month too. It’s fun. There really isn’t a down-side that I can see.

    The China Mieville lecture is scholarly indeed. I had to listen to it at lunch because I had to take notes, really. And did you read the comments? One person said there was no humor! What’s that about?

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