Today’s picture is a sunny, bright picture of the Badlands, in South Dakota.
13. The Cloud Roads, Martha Wells
12. Creative Lighting, Harold Davis
11. The Fallen Blade, John Courtenay Grimwood
10. Hellhole, Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson
9. The Alchemist in the Shadows, Pierre Pavel
8. The Quantum Thief, Hanno Rajanemi
7. The Iron Khan, Liz Williams
6. The Unremembered, Peter Orullan
5. Cleopatra, Stacy Schiff
4. The Hidden Reality, Brian Greene
3. God’s War, Kameron Hurley
2. Hard Magic, Laura Anne Gilman
1. Hell and Earth,Elizabeth Bear
7 Fantasy novels, 3 SF novels, 3 Non fiction books.
I’ve not read enough of these recent SF books by women. Regrettably far far too few. The ones I’ve read are in Bold. I’ve italicized authors where I’ve read other books by that author but not that one.
How many have YOU read?
1 Solitaire, Kelley Eskridge (2002)
2 Warchild [Warchild], Karin Lowachee (2002)
3 Natural History, Justina Robson (2003)
4 Maul, Tricia Sullivan (2003)
5 The Time Traveller’s Wife, Audrey Niffenegger (2003)
6 Spin State, Chris Moriarty (2003)
7 Dante’s Equation, Jane Jensen (2003)
8 Steel Helix [Typhon], Ann Tonsor Zeddies (2003)
9 Life, Gwyneth Jones (2004)
10 Nylon Angel [Parrish Plessis], Marianne de Pierres (2004)
11 The Courtesan Prince [Oka-Rel Universe], Lynda Williams (2004)
12 Survival [Species Imperative], Julie E Czernada (2004)
13 Banner of Souls, Liz Williams (2004)
14 City of Pearl [Wess’har Wars], Karen Traviss (2004)
15 The Year of Our War, Steph Swainston (2004)
16 Bio Rescue, SL Viehl (2004)
17 Apocalypse Array [Archangel Protocol], Lyda Morehouse (2004)
18 The Child Goddess, Louise Marley (2004)
19 Alanya to Alanya [Marq’ssan Cycle], L Timmel Duchamp (2005)
20 Carnival, Elizabeth Bear (2006)
21 Mindscape, Andrea Hairston (2006)
22 Farthing [Small Change], Jo Walton (2006)
23 Half Life, Shelley Jackson (2006)
24 The Carhullan Army, Sarah Hall (2007)
25 Bright of the Sky [The Entire and the Rose], Kay Kenyon (2007)
26 Principles of Angels [Hidden Empire], Jainne Fenn (2008)
27 Watermind, MM Buckner (2008)
28 The Rapture, Liz Jensen (2009)
29 Zoo City, Lauren Beukes (2010)
30 Walking the Tree, Kaaron Warren (2010)
31 Birdbrain, Johanna Sinisalo (2010)
32 Who Fears Death, Nnedi Okorafor (2010)
33 Song of Scarabaeus, Sara Creasy (2010)
Artificial Waterfall in Monochrome at Roseville Central Park, a photo by Jvstin on Flickr.
I feel hot and sweating from my workout, so how about cooling off with this closeup of an artificial cascade at Roseville Central Park?
As you probably know, the good people at SF Signal have a weekly podcast with a cast taken from the irregulars who contribute to SF Signal.
Since I am one of those irregulars now,I was invited to participate in the latest podcast–on Doctor Who.
So go listen to what Patrick, John, Jeff, Fred and me, have to say:
A book by Harold Davis
A review by Paul Weimer
So Meera Barry, of Portal Doctor E fame, asked me:
Hey, why don’t you do a post sometime (when you get internet availability again) about the podcasts you listen to, the ones you stopped listening to (and why) and all that?
Especially since I am going to make my debut as a guest irregular on a podcast soon, I figured it was time.
So here goes: