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I’ve been hearing a lot about this K.J. Parker character lately – as in possibly the best kept secret this side of Joe Abercrombie?   Tom Holt interviews the publicity shy K.J. Parker here.  Doubly fascinating for me, as I’ve just started reading Devices and Desires.

Why yes, I AM playing the pronoun game! Because honestly, I’m not sure if this author is a man or a woman.

Plenty more delicious fantabulousness in Subterranean’s latest issue, go check it out. . . they’ve got some Cory Doctorow!

Subterranean Press, How do I love thee? Let me count the ways:

– beautiful cover art
– you publish a lot of stuff that I really, really want to read!!
– limited editions with even more beautiful artwork at very reasonable prices
– reprints of older stuff that is impossible to find
– your newsletter is timely, and not annoying
and you blurbed me. in one of your front page articles on your site for reviews I wrote for Neal Stephenson’s Zodiac, and Ted Chiang’s The Lifecycle of Software Objects.

this is one of those things that makes a reviewer very, very happy. You read a great book, attempt to write a really good review, and then the publisher blurbs you on their site.

Granted, I wrote these reviews for SFRevu, a well known speculative fiction e-zine, so they are credited to SFRevu and not me, but still! A publisher noticed something I wrote!

What are these articles, you ask? Behold!
Subterranean blurb

Full review for Ted Chiang’s Lifecycle of Software Objects is here.

Full review for Neal Stephenson’s Zodiac is here

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some of the books reviewed here were free ARCs supplied by publishers/authors/other groups. Some of the books here I got from the library. the rest I *gasp!* actually paid for. I'll do my best to let you know what's what.