Yesterday, as I counted the weeks, days, hours and minutes until my expected rejection letter from Asimov's, I stumbled across a cleverly buried section of their site: A tiny archive of blogs from science fiction authors and the like.
tags), and cherry-picked a few of the listed blogs for my own Sage
reader lineup. Specifically, I am now officially stalking the
intellectual contrail left by Charlie Stross, and am really enjoying
the counter-news from Futurismic. I'll probably dump some of this into
Links later today, as well as a little wiki about the SIngularity,
which is pretty much the unofficial bible for contemporary SF writers,
especially those who have ever roleplayed or read a fantasy novel.
Yeah, I am so out of my league.
Jay Garmon has a vast and terrifying knowledge of all things obscure, obtuse, and irrelevant. One day, he hopes to write science fiction, but for now he'll settle for something stranger — amusing and abusing IT pros. Read his full profile. You can also follow him on his personal blog.