Monday Links

  • My mother and Ellen Stern have a lovely piece about novels with great second lines up on New York City Woman.
  • Got too many books? Turn them into bedside lamps and speakers.
  • FILM CRIT HULK diverges from films to discuss George R. R. Martin’s A Feast for Crows, explain why the Game of Thrones miniseries is better than the books, and otherwise very thoroughly spoil the entire series through book four. (No spoilers for book five yet, unless you count “Vader is Jon Snow’s father”, “Petyr Baelish is Keyser Söze”, and other contributions to the #dancewithdragonsspoiler hashtag game on Twitter the other night.) I personally found that A Feast for Crows improved greatly upon rereading, but it really isn’t a complete book without A Dance with Dragons.
  • The Readercon schedule is finished! I am very proud. I hope to see many of you at the convention. If you spot me, say hello!

    One thought on “Monday Links

    1. Andrew Porter

      You know, at Readercon you’ll be very close to the Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane (for those involved in con planning). More fannish than the Betty Ford Clinic.

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