Interviews & Profiles
- [SFFWorld] interviews Brian Aldiss.
- [Nerds of a Feather] interviews cyberpunks Rudy Rucker, Paul Di Filippo, Bruce Sterling, Pat Cadigan.
- [My Bookish Ways] interviews Margaret Fortune (plus giveaway).
- [The Qwillery] interviews Beth Cato.
- [Adventures in SciFi Publishing] interviews Mary Robinette Kowal.
- [NYTimes] interviews Stephen King.
- [Lawrence M. Schoen] interviews Eric S. Raymond.
- Astronomers pay tribute to Leonard Nimoy by naming an asteroid for him.
- [Forces of Geek] TARZAN Returns in New Book, RETURN TO PAL-UL-DON.
- Bibliotropic] on Knight’s Shadow by Sebastien de Castell
- [Bookworm Blues] on The Violent Century by Lavie Tidhar
- [My Bookish Ways] on Read This: Day Four by Sarah Lotz
- [Tor.com] Warp-speed Action: The End of All Thigns by John Scalzi, Episode One: “the Life of the Mind”
- [SF Signal] Special Needs in Strange worlds: Beth Cato (THE CLOCKWORK CROWN) on Sensory Overload [Cora Buhlert] on Thoughts on the 2014 Nebula Awards.
- [Daily KOS] on Fantasy, science fiction, and the future of democracy.
- [Jeff VanderMeer]’s Nebula Award Acceptance Speech for Best Novel Annihilation.
- [John R. Fultz] on How To Write A Fantasy Novel (In Six Difficult Steps).
- [Marie Brennan] on bright doesn’t have to mean flimsy.
- [Smart Pop Books] Naomi Wood Dismembered Starlings and Neutered Minds.
- [Tor.com] Comic Book Creators Share How Diversity Bleeds into their Work
- [Tor.com] The Wheel of Time Reread Redux: The Great Hunt, Part 4
- [Tor.com] Speak his Name: covering the Shepherd’s Crown
- [Tor.com] the Lovecraft Reread “Not Exactly Greudian Dream Interpretation: “Beyond the Wall of Sleep”
- [Tor.com] Sleeps with Monsters: Looking Ahead in 2015
- [Tor.com] A Message from Tom Doherty to Our Readers and Authors
- [Gawker] America’s Largest Sci-Fi Publisher Gives in to Reactionary “Sad Puppies”
- [Fantasy Hotlist] Extract from Joe Abercrombie’s HALF A WAR.
- [Tor.com] This Hollow Union by John Scalzi