Stuff to Read on This Site Besides This Blog
For those of you who aren’t aware, besides this blog, there’s actually quite a lot of content here on our website for your reading pleasure. For instance, there are our non-fiction departments. This month’s columns feature the following:
- Books to Look For – Charles de Lint, covering The Sword-Edged Blonde, by Alex Bledsoe; Blood Bound, by Patricia Briggs; Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor; Shatterday, by Harlan Ellison.
- Musing on Books – Michelle West, covering The Secret of Crickley Hall, by James Herbert; Ilario: The Lion’s Eye: The First History Book One, by Mary Gentle; Ilario: The Stone Golem: The First History Book Two, by Mary Gentle; The Orphan’s Tales: In the Cities of Coin and Spice, by Catherynne M. Valente.
- Plumage from Pegasus: Two CC’s of Bestseller, STAT! – Paul Di Filippo
- Film: "No Gaydar Required" – Kathi Maio, covering The Martian Child.
- Science: Time for Some Change – Pat Murphy and Paul Doherty
- Curiosities – Bud Webster, covering Father of the Amazons, by Pete Lewis (1961).
These columns are published on our website every month, as soon as the latest issue goes on sale, and are archived there indefinitely. Our website also hosts a web-only column called "Off on a Tangent" by Dave Truesdale. His latest is "SFWA Nebula Apathy Slights Original Anthologies: Or Why I Like the Hugos." An index of his past columns can be found here.
But we also offer a lot of other cool stuff. For instance, we currently have the complete text of our 2007 Nebula Award nominees. That’s the full text of seven different stories, including one of the most talked about stories of the year: Ted Chiang’s "The Merchant and the Alchemist’s Gate."
In addition to that, every month we reprint a story on our website taken from our back catalog. This month, we have "Tropical Nights at the Natatorium" by Richard Paul Russo, which originally appeared in our September 2003 issue.
So take a look around, and enjoy!
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