Because of all this busy-ness, I will try to refrain from posting anything here at least until the middle of August. I've got an interview with Juliet Ulman (senior editor at Bantam) in the works, and will post that whenever we get around to finishing it; also, I'll probably make an appearance or two at the LitBlog Co-op, but otherwise I expect this site will be dormant for at least a couple weeks.
Here, then, as a parting, are some new links:
- The Little Professor on the Dozois and Hartwell/Cramer Year's Best collections.
- John Joseph Adams interviewed my Mafia pal Laird Barron, and has outtakes.
- Barbara Ehrenreich has a blog. (I stole this from somebody, who stole it from somebody else, and I can't remember who either was, or I would credit them.)
- Hal Duncan is writing what I wouldn't be surprised to see become a book-length series of blog entries about strange fiction. (That link is to the intro. Here are parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. I expect there will be more.)
- John Clute has a new homepage. (via Cheryl Morgan)
- Charles Simic considers Dada.
- Waggish on Christopher Priest's The Affirmation and Left-Brained Literature.
- Dead puppies. (MP3)