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The Year’s Best SF and Fantasy, Honorable Mentions, Part 4

For the month of December, FM will be presenting in four segments, all the honorable mentions listed in The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, edited by Rich Horton, which is forthcoming in December from Prime Books.

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Mythpunk: Nicole Kornher-Stace

Pretty much everything I write tends to be based around some tiny kernel of something that somehow manages to accrue a story around it– a line of dialogue, an image, what-have-you.

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Zombie Raccoons & Killer Bunnies, Martin H. Greenberg and Kellie Hughes, eds.

There’s been a lot of brouhaha about the cover of thr DAW anthology, but very little attention paid to the contents. Can a book be judged by its cover? In this case, for better or worse, the answer is “no.”

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The Year’s Best SF and Fantasy, Honorable Mentions, Part 2

For the month of December, FM will be presenting in four segments, all the honorable mentions listed in The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy, edited by Rich Horton, which is forthcoming in December from Prime Books.

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Night’s Master: Tales from the Flat Earth: Book One by Tanith Lee

Night’s Master is one Tanith Lee’s finest, and she is one of fantasy’s finest writers. Norilana Books deserves credit for reissuing this hard-to-find title in lovely new hardcover and trade paperback editions.

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Wheatland Press Asks For Support For Polyphony 7

In order to publish Polyphony 7, Wheatland Press must receive 225 paid pre-orders via the web site (www.wheatlandpress.com) by 1 March 2010. If the pre-order quantities cannot be met, Polyphony will cease publication. It’s that simple.

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Celebrate Free-e-Day!

Today is Free-e-day, which its participants bill as the biggest ever cultural electronic giveaway and celebration of the independent creative spirit. Free-e-day is for every singer, writer, artist, artisan, photographer, film-maker, whatever who believes that the most important part of culture is the fans. And it’s for everyone who loves culture and wants to experience […]

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Interview: K.D. Wentworth

Three-time Nebula finalist, winning the Writers of the Future contest, Teacher’s writers award, tons of novels in publication; is it true are you really HG Wells reincarnated?

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Book Review: Sacred Scars by Kathleen Duey

After the slow start, I enjoyed the book immensely. Sadima in particular is a very involving character, and her fate is surprising and yet quite logical.

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Blog For A Break

This Friday we’re asking – what are the online publications (whether fantasy, spec-fic, or more general) that you read and why?