Erin Belieu discusses her new collection, COME-HITHER HONEYCOMB.
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Judith Krummeck shares a reading list to celebrate her new book, OLD NEW WORLDS.
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is a study in what happens when imagination is constrained to a single narrative arc ...more
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I’m hoping to God that it’s just temporary, but for whatever reason, the book blogs are suddenly all worried about ethics, whether it’s what to do about reading writers with objectionable opinions or whether writers should base characters on people they know. Some of their thoughts below: Over at TOR, a discussion on what to […]