With the wonderful Sarah Hoyt. Also, Meljean Brook is holding a contest to give away an ARC of her upcoming book, Demon Angel. All you have to do is give her series a name. PBW has also been giving away books this week—next up is Denzel Washington’s A Hand to Guide Me, which I already have, and which I enjoyed quite a bit.
Here, too, is an article called: Britney Spears, Victorian Chastity, and Brand-name Virginity. And yes, despite the title, the essay takes itself completely seriously. Way too seriously maybe, though it’s still interesting to read given Britney’s recent panty problems. So to speak. Another interesting interview can be found here with Shelby Steele, writer and research fellow on race relations and multiculturalism.
Finally, an interview with Wladimir Kamine: Language for me is merely a means of addressing the reader. It’s only an instrument, like a guitar for a musician. You can be a great guitar player, but if you’ve got nothing to say, it’s meaningless.