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“Ghosts Doing the Orange Dance” by Paul Park on F&SF site

Since Paul Park’s novella “Ghosts Doing the Orange Dance” (from the Jan/Feb 2010 issue) is on the final ballot for this year’s Nebula Award, we’ve posted the story on our Website:

Climate change novels?

In the climate change anthology I just edited, I did up a list of books in which climate change plays a significant role.  Which titles did I miss?

—Gordon V.G.

Always Coming Home by Ursula K. Le Guin (1985)

Antarctica by Kim Stanley Robinson (1997)

Arctic Drift by Clive Cussler and Dirk Cussler (2008)

The Child Garden by Geoff Ryman (1990)

Climate of Change by Piers Anthony (2010)

The Drought by J. G. Ballard (1968)

The Drowned World by J. G. Ballard (1968)

The Drylands by Mary Rosenblum (1993)

Earth by David Brin (1990)

Eruption by Harry Turtledove (forthcoming 2011)

Exodus by Julie Bertagna (2005)

Far North by Marcel Theroux (2009)

The Flood by Maggie Gee (2005)

Forty Signs of Rain (2004), Fifty Degrees Below (2005), and Sixty Days

and Counting (2007) by Kim Stanley Robinson

Future Primitive: The New Ecotopias edited by Kim Stanley Robinson (1994)

The Great Bay: Chronicles of the Collapse by Dale Pendell (2010)

Greenhouse Summer by Norman Spinrad (1999)

Greensword by Donald J. Bingle (2009)

Greenwar by Steven Gould and Laura J. Mixon (1997)

Heavy Weather by Bruce Sterling (1996)

Hothouse (aka The Long Afternoon of Earth) by Brian W. Aldiss (1962)

The Ice People by Maggie Gee (2005)

In Flight Entertainment by Helen Simpson (2010)

Mother of Storms by John Barnes (1994)

The Other Side of the Island by Allegra Goodman (2008)

Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood (2004)

Pennterra by Judith Moffett (1987)

Primitive by Mark Nykanen (2009)

Pump Six and Other Stories by Paolo Bacigalupi (2008)

The Ragged World (1991), Time, Like an Ever-Rolling Stream (1992), and The Bird Shaman (2008) by Judith Moffett

The Road to Corlay by Richard Cowper (1978)

River of Gods by Ian McDonald (2004)

The Sea and Summer (aka The Drowning Towers) by George Turner (1987)

The Snow by Adam Roberts (2004)

Solar by Ian McEwan (2010)

State of Fear by Michael Crichton (2004)

Sunshine State by James Miller (2010)

Timescape by Gregory Benford (198x)

Ultimatum by Matthew Glass (2009)

Water Rites by Mary Rosenblum (2007)

The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi (2009)

World Made by Hand by James Howard Kuntsler (2008)

The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood (2009)

Dec. 2009 giveaway promotion for bloggers

I wasn’t planning on doing another one of these promotions this year, but I find myself with fifteen advance copies of the December issue, so I’m looking to give away to anyone in North America who will blog about the issue. (Sorry, overseas readers, but international mailing rates are just too high for F&SF to foot the bill.) So here’s how it works:

1) Go to the F&SF Contact us page:

2) Fill in your name and address and send a message indicating that you will blog about the issue.

3) After your issue arrives, comment about the issue on your blog and send us a link to your comments.

That’s it.

If you’ve participated in one of these bloggers’ promotions before, please give someone else the chance to try F&SF for free.


—Gordon V. G .

On the subject of blogging

I thought this was worthy of note:

Sept. 19, 2008: Jose Saramago starts a blog

Sept. 2, 2009: Jose Saramago gives up blog:

And here’s the blog itself:

(I think it’s curious that the news item on Saramago giving up his blog doesn’t link to the blog itself).


Writing workshop at Anticipation

I’m told that there’s some problem spreading the word about the writing workshop at this year’s Worldcon, so here’s a link in case anyone cares to spread the word:

—Gordon V.G.

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