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Charles Stross: 'I Want Microsoft Word To Die' - Posted October 15, 2013
Do you wish the publishing industry used some other standard besides Microsoft Word? Novelist Charles Stross published an anti-Microsoft Word manifesto recently, ins... [semanticweb.com]

Charles Stross: 'I Want Microsoft Word To Die' - Posted October 14, 2013
Do you wish the publishing industry used some other standard besides Microsoft Word? Novelist Charles Stross published an anti-Microsoft Word manifesto recently, ins... [GalleyCat]

Charles Stross Lands 'Major Six Figure Deal' for New Trilogy - Posted January 28, 2013
Science fiction novelist Charles Stross has inked a " a major six figure deal" with Tor Books to publish a new trilogy set in the alternate history world of his Merchant P... [GalleyCat]

Authors Pose in Gender-Flipped Sexy Science Fiction Cover - Posted January 22, 2013
To raise money for the Aicardi Syndrome Foundation, a team of five novelists posed for a gender-flipped posed copy of a sexy science fiction cover. You can bid on an autographed copy of ... [GalleyCat]

Free Turkey City Lexicon for Science Fiction Writers - Posted July 5, 2012
Science fiction writer Charles Stross recently held an Ask Me Anything interview on Reddit, sharing tips for aspiring writers. Stross (pictured, ... [GalleyCat]

Jane Rogers Wins Arthur C. Clarke Award for 'The Testament of Jessie Lamb' - Posted May 3, 2012
Jane Rogers has won the 2012 Arthur C. Clarke Award for her novel, The Testament of Jessie Lamb. Below, we've embedded free samples of all the books on the shortlist for the UK's prestigious sci... [GalleyCat]

China Mieville & Paolo Bacigalupi Tie for Best Novel at the Hugo Awards - Posted September 7, 2010
Over the weekend, The City & The City by China Mieville and The Windup Girl by Paolo Bacigalupi reached an historic tie for the Best Novel award at the 2010 Hugo Awards. Here are a few... [GalleyCat]

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