Next week’s column will be single-item, probably a review of a series, and there might be a giveaway attached.
I was able to spend a couple of days at the seaside village of Mendocino, California, and the images used in the column are from that trip.
Books and Writing:
This is two years old but still interesting, as Crime Reads interviews Joe R. Lansale about Hap and Leonard.
Publishers Weekly has an article about bookseller unions. I didn’t know booksellers had unions.
Check out Tor Books’s September new releases in science fiction. There’s a link to fantasy and horror in the article.
Here are some September releases from Tordotcom Publishing.
Finally, new releases from Orbit.
This is a long, interesting article about a real case, and the book sounds intriguing.
TV, Streaming and Movies:
Comic Book adaptations continue. This Syfy Wire column has some juicy stuff.
The AV Club takes a look at video concerts and other events, and how a “temporary solution” because of the pandemic may become a fixture, as it makes events more accessible for people living with disabilities. Thanks to File 770.
Gizmodo celebrates the return of FX’s “real” Archer, not fantasy-world Archer.
Kotaku shares a roundup of last week’s webcomics.
Tech, Science and Stuff:
A cute baby otter.