Episode 4 Show Notes
Tin Duck results
Australian Shadows Award 2009
-- Yonmei's post on feminist response to Hugo list
Alisa debriefs from Swancon 2010 and the launch of 2011 (Natcon 50) and provides a homework reading list for 2011, as discussed on a recent Swancon panel:
Sean Williams: The Resurrected Man & Metal Fatigue if people like SF, The Change series if they like fantasy, would be a good place to start. Sean also has a YA series (The Changeling), and has written several Star Wars tie-in novels.
Justina Robson: Silver Screen is a standalone, but hard to get hold of, or start the first of the Quantum Gravity series: Keeping it Real. (Alex recommends Natural Gravity)
Ellen Datlow: Many many many anthologies. The Coyote Road: Trickster Tales, and The Green Man, and we mentioned the fairytale-style anthos and the year's best anthos.
Ethel Turner shortlist features several fantasy works
Press Release: ORBIT TO PUBLISH DIGITAL SHORT FICTION
-- Nick Namatas's reasoning
-- Cat Valente on the devaluing of short fiction
Tansy's new book cover released from HarperCollins
Also we had an actual fan letter from Neal! We like Neal.
What have we been reading?
Alex: To Write Like a Woman (Joanna Russ); Justina Robson's Natural History; Echoes of Earth by Sean Williams and Shane Dix, Octavia Butler's Adulthood Rites
Alisa: Fables, Wil Wheaton's Happiest Days of our Lives, Breaking Dawn
Tansy: Ardeur, ed by Laurell K Hamilton; Heist Society by Ally Carter
E-reading & the iPad, how do we read online and what do we want from an e-reader?
How to decide - flow chart.
And will there be more apps like this rather than ibooks?
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