I’m in Uppsala. Here’s a post from Tuesday over at Tor.com!
This week I want to talk about two recent works, one by Finnish writer Leena Likitalo, and one by Singapore-based J.Y. Yang. It seems fitting to talk about the works of international writers as I head off to the Worldcon, somehow.
A new column over at Tor.com:
Ursula Vernon’s writing is filled with compassion, weird shit, and sharply observed humour: in some ways, much of her short fiction and most of her novels as T.K. Kingfisher is reminiscent of Terry Pratchett at his best. (One could call her an American, feminist Terry Pratchett — but that would do her a disservice: Vernon is very much her own unique self as a writer and an artist.)
I have been away, enjoying the delightful company of friends who insisted on feeding me. I sometimes look around and wonder how I ended up with a life that has so many smart, funny, kind, generous, <I>interesting</I> people in it…
Anyway! Over at Tor.com, I have column about novellas – Sleeps With Monsters: “There are such monsters in a palace” – and a review of Jim C. Hines’ <I>Revisionary</I>.
How are you all doing lately?