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Paul Kincaid's From the Other Side, May 2016: Baxter and Reynolds, Asher, MacLeod, McAuley, Rajaniemi, Cornell, Gaiman, and more

Posted on 2016-06-16 at 15:9 by montsamu

[Editor’s Note: From the Other Side is Paul Kincaid’s monthly column on books and news from the other side of the Atlantic.]

From the Other Side, May 2016 By Paul Kincaid

May seems to be the month when the big boys come out to play (and yes, sadly it does seem to be mostly boys). And they don’t come much bigger than Arthur C. Clarke. Well, no, there isn’t a new book from Sir Arthur, but the last work of fiction by him that actually won an sf award was the novella “A Meeting With Medusa” which received the

Posted in From the Other Side | Tagged alastair reynolds, arthur c clarke, eoin colfer, hannu rajaniemi, jeff noon, ken macleod, lionel shriver, neil gaiman, paul cornell, paul kincaid, paul mcauley, stephen baxter

Paul Kincaid's From the Other Side, July 2014: Irregularity edited by Jared Shurin, and other happenings and books pre-LonCon

Posted on 2014-08-01 at 17:52 by montsamu

From the Other Side, July 2014

By Paul Kincaid

Most disturbing news of the month came right at the beginning of July when we learned that Terry Pratchett had pulled out of this summer’s International Discworld Convention in Manchester because of what he calls ‘The Embuggerance’. So far his early-onset Alzheimer’s disease has not affected his attendance at events like that, but now, as he says, it ‘is finally catching up with me’. Though he still seems to be keeping up with his writing schedule. In the

Posted in From the Other Side | Tagged british film institute, hannu rajaniemi, irregularity, jared shurin, joe abercrombie, jurassic london, national maritime museum, nine worlds, paul kincaid, rachel pollack