Yeehaw! It’s another great week for Writerly Goodness 🙂
So this was a thing: Irene Gallo, a Tor employee made a personal statement in the comments of her personal Facebook account about the Sad Puppies (if you don’t know who they are, Google it) and was given a public scolding by her employer.
Here are some reactions:
A little local literary news about Wordstock. The Sudbury Star. It’s happening this weekend 🙂
Anna Lovind wrote this absolutely amazing post: A letter from the psych ward. The Blog.
Allison M. Dickson blogs about generalized anxiety, or, when your brain makes you think you’re dying. Because writing.
K.M. Weiland posted another in her most common writing mistakes series. Part 41: Inferring non-POV characters’ thoughts.
The only thing you need to know about writing strong, female characters. Katie’s Wednesday vlog.
Bruce Holsinger wrote this great post for Writer Unboxed on how to find you mythic theme.
Jefferson Smith, the creativity hacker, explains why readers bail on books (so we won’t make the same mistakes).
Though Extra Credits is a gaming channel on YouTube, the “awesome-per-second” rule is definitely Writerly Goodness!
Here’s part two of Mary Robinette Kowal’s interview on Adventures in SF Publishing. Told you I’d share 🙂
Sword and Laser interviews Beth Cato.
Check out these summer reads by award-winning SF women from Glamour (who knew?).
Stephen L. Carter responds to Ursula K. LeGuin’s anti-Amazon article (you may remember, I shared it last week). Bloomberg Review.
Anne Roiphe: A life 50 years in the writing. Publishers Weekly.
How Canadian writers changed The New Yorker. The National Post.
You may have to turn up the volume a bit for this one, but it’s well worth it. Sheila from Dala (she’s the la) performs an intimate arrangement of W.B. Yeats’s “When you are old.”
Caitlin McDonald shared this cool thing of the day: The Last Bookstore.
You know you’re a serious book collector when . . . The Antiquarian.
Look at these 29 book-inspired tattoos. Buzzfeed. Breathtaking? I dunno.
Ok. I know this just marks me as a HUGE geek, but Reboot is coming back and it makes me #furiouslyhappy! The Huffington Post.
An Outlander wrap post, courtesy of Access Hollywood.
What do you think of the season two casting? Access Hollywood.
Whew! Gotta love the linkage 🙂
See you Thursday!