January, 2010

DatePost TitleAuthorWorkSeries
Fri Jan 1: Water, love, and meetings: Kim Stanley Robinson's Pacific Edge [Post] [Kim Stanley Robinson] [Pacific Edge]
Wed Jan 6: “Locked in our separate skulls”: Raphael Carter's The Fortunate Fall [Post] [Raphael Carter] [The Fortunate Fall]
Thu Jan 7: The whole notion of autobiography: Samuel Delany's The Motion of Light in Water [Post] [Samuel R. Delany] [The Motion of Light in Water]
Fri Jan 8: Saving both worlds: Katherine Blake (Dorothy Heydt)'s The Interior Life [Post] [Katherine Blake (Dorothy Heydt)] [The Interior Life]
Mon Jan 11: Yearning for the unattainable: James Tiptree, Jr.'s short stories [Post] [James Tiptree, Jr.] [short stories]
Tue Jan 12: Lovely and undemanding: Patrick Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind [Post] [Patrick Rothfuss] [The Name of the Wind]
Wed Jan 13: Unravelling the universe: Ken Macleod's Cosmonaut Keep [Post] [Ken Macleod] [Cosmonaut Keep]
Thu Jan 14: Neglected Books and Authors [Post]
Sat Jan 16: Kage Baker is very ill [Post] [Kage Baker]
Mon Jan 18: SF reading protocols [Post]
Tue Jan 19: Philip K. Dick Award nominees announced [Post]
Wed Jan 20: A conversation with Steven Brust about writing the Dragaera books [Post] [Steven Brust]
Wed Jan 20: A Real Princess: Peter Dickinson's King and Joker [Post] [Peter Dickinson] [King and Joker]
Thu Jan 21: Celtic in a good way: Lisa Tuttle's The Mysteries [Post] [Lisa Tuttle] [The Mysteries]
Fri Jan 22: Neglected Books: the list [Post]
Sun Jan 24: Gateway drugs: what books are good for introducing non-SF readers to SF? [Post]
Mon Jan 25: The tea, the statue, the dragon and you: R.A. MacAvoy's Tea With the Black Dragon [Post] [R.A. MacAvoy] [Tea With the Black Dragon]
Wed Jan 27: “Bright the hawk's flight in the empty sky”: Ursula Le Guin's A Wizard of Earthsea [Post] [Ursula K. Le Guin] [A Wizard of Earthsea]
Thu Jan 28: Let her be eaten!: Ursula Le Guin's The Tombs of Atuan [Post] [Ursula K. Le Guin] [The Tombs of Atuan]
Fri Jan 29: Only in Silence the Word: Ursula Le Guin's The Farthest Shore [Post] [Ursula K. Le Guin] [The Farthest Shore]

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