It’s link time.
Byron Campbell reviews Jump Gate at Indie Cardboard.
edward j rathke’s Noir: A Love Story is still LitReactor‘s September book club selection.
Quincy Rhoads on southern lit
Here we go:
The intersection of Harry Potter, Fifty Shades… and Twilight.
3-d printing gives children superpowers. (Tor, 9/11)
Charlie Jane Anders reviews Gotham. (io9, 9/23)
Johannes Göransson on translation (Boston Review, 9/19)
Jess Jenkins has a new chapbook at Cartridge Lit.
“Every Stephen King Novel Summarized in 140 Characters or Less” (LitReactor, 9/19)
Stream the new Kendrick Lamar track. (Noisey, 9/23)
Ed Piskor’s rejected Marvel comics (boing boing, 23)
Quintin Smith on D&D (Kotaku, 9/22)
Dave Wright on the similarities of Beastly to Gigli.
A huge chart of SFF spaceships, man… (Nerdist, 9/15)
Reading spreadsheets, man… (BookRiot, 9/18)
Dust jackets, man… (The Millions, 9/4)
The new Silent Hill trailer is a bunch of nope. (Kotaku, 9/18)
Queering Sims 4 (Autostraddle, 9/20)
“Ten Indie Titles the National Book Awards Overlooked” (Electric Literature, 9/19)
“10 Of The Strangest Known Medical Conditions” (IFLScience, 9/13)