- For those who might be interested (say, those looking for things to nominate for the BSFA Best Artwork Award — one week to the deadline!), the Locus Online Directory of 2006 cover art.
- I am told that this link points to an announcement about an anthology of the short-short Futures from Nature. However, since I don’t have a subscription to Nature, I can’t personally confirm that that is where the link points.
- The ISFDB is now user-editable.
- The first issue of Farrago’s Wainscot is live: fiction from Forest Aguirre, Jay Lake, Nisi Shawl, various other bits and pieces.
- A tourist map of Gotham
- Fictional ruins from fictional worlds.
- Maureen McHugh on the Tiptree biography.
- Michael Moorcock on Against the Day; and more Pynchon discussion at Ed Champion‘s place. And here‘s Michael Wood’s LRB review.
- Jonathan McCalmont on Joe Hill’s Heart-Shaped Box.
- Israeli science fiction is dead!
- What I did over New Year. Mmm, books.
- And finally, here‘s the schedule for BSFA London meetings for 2007:
*24 January: Paul Cornell interviewed by Graham Sleight
28 February: Robert Holdstock interviewed by Paul Kincaid
*28-Mar: Hal Duncan interviewed by Tony Keen
25-Apr: Jon George interviewed by Paul Kincaid
23-May: Stephen Hunt interviewed by Tom Hunter
27-Jun: Brian Stableford interviewed by Edward James
25-Jul: Anne Sudworth, interviewer tba
*22 August: TBA
26-Sep: Juliet McKenna interviewed by Pat McMurray
*24 October: John Clute interviewed by Andrew McKie
28-Nov Iain M. Banks interviewed by Farah Mendlesohn
A * means there are five Wednesdays in the month, and reminds you that the meeting is on the fourth Wednesday, not the last Wednesday.